To increase the hype surrounding this new series — which is just one of the many that have happened since Scott Peterson's conviction — a recording from a phone call in June he had with his sister-in-law was released.
He hasn't spoken out since he was sentenced to death for the murders.
He was targeted four times in the pass game, catching just one for 12 yards and dropping a pair.
Peterson had a monster debut with the Cardinals in Week 6, but he crashed all the way back to Earth in this one, especially with the Cardinals falling in a deep hole and losing 33-0.
Peterson was even involved in the passing game, catching two passes and seeing a target split out wide.
If this offense is going to survive without Carson Palmer, it will be on the back of Peterson, and the coaching staff seems to know it. We’ve just got to make sure we feed him the ball so he can get comfortable." Peterson replied, "I'm all about that." With Carson Palmer (arm) out for at least a month, the Cardinals will almost certainly rely on Peterson and the run game to minimize Drew Stanton's effect on the game.
Obviously, this is not uncommon of convicted murderers.
And if it weren't for the lack of DNA evidence and the multiple other leads that the police seemingly ignored, this case probably wouldn't have garnered all the attention it did in 2002.
He kept it going after the break, consistently grinding out positive yards and keeping the offense on schedule.
While a large chunk of the world is convinced that her killer — her husband, Scott Peterson — is behind bars where he belongs, there are some who still think the murder remains unsolved.
Though he was consistently called out for his "unemotional" and "sociopathic" behavior during the whole ordeal, discovered to be a serial cheater and had basically all the circumstantial evidence in the world pointing in his direction, Scott has still maintained his innocence.
He will be a solid RB1 even against the Seahawks on Thursday night. Against San Fran, it should be doable since the Niners aren't capable of blowing Arizona out.
Peterson should be considered a lock for 20-plus carries Sunday as a high-end RB2.
Both coach Bruce Arians and GM Steve Keim threw cold water on Johnson's return Tuesday, but the back is still holding out hope.