Patrick Peterson got his revenge on Sunday against the Cardinals and now he's just running up the score.
We know P2, who spent 10 years in a Cardinals uniform and made 8 Pro Bowl rosters and 3 All Pro teams in that decade, had an ax to grind against General Manager Steve Keim.
Peterson was unhappy with how Keim handled Peterson's departure in 2020 and clearly displeased with how he was treated at times as a member of the Cardinals organization.
Peterson continued his one sided war of words this week on his podcast, "All Things Covered" but saved his most damning takes for head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Kingsbury was the head coach for Peterson's final two years in the desert and according to Peterson, the head coach hadn't changed a thing in the playbook or how they run the offense.
Peterson claimed he knew what the team was going to do from the very first snap of the game.
While the saga with Keim may be more salacious and personal, his claim that the Cardinals offense hadn't changed at all in two years is the most revealing.
If true, Peterson just validated what I and so many other Cardinals fans have been screaming: Kliff's offense is predictable and easy to defend.
Peterson continued in the podcast to very specifically discuss what routes different Cardinals WR's would run based on how they were lined up as a team.
Its utterly indefensible for an NFL head coach and play caller to not change up a team's offensive scheme or play calls.
Peterson not only got the win on Sunday, he may have finally solved the mystery of the Cardinals disappearing offense.