Carson Palmer looks to take care of 'unfinished business' this season
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer knows last year was shaping up to be one of those special seasons. The Cardinals started the year 9-1 before Palmer tore his ACL. The Cardinals limped into the playoffs, before they were eventually beaten in the first-round by the Carolina Panthers.
Palmer spoke to Sports Illustrated's Monday Morning Quarterback about finishing off what they started last season.
"[It's] as big of a feeling of unfinished business as you could have," Palmer says. "That's the main thing. We were 9-1, and things ended for me, and we just didn't finish the year strong, and it left a bad taste in a lot of people's mouths -- no more than mine."
Palmer understands he does not have that many chances left to win his first Super Bowl. His knee is feeling healthy and knows he has a good enough supporting cast to go all the way this year.
"I think about that all the time. Absolutely," Palmer says. "You only get so many shots. I'm hoping this is lucky No. 13. I believe it is. It is another thing, though, to go out and prove it."
(h/t SB Nation)