The Arizona Cardinals won. Here is what was written about the game.
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See the top plays from the 23-14 win over San Francisco
So the Cards head into the bye. A short week of practice, needed time off and a 3-0 record. Can’t complain.
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"I tried to stay as low as I possibly could on (Stanton)," Skuta said. "I talked to him after the game and said, 'Hey man, you know I wouldn't hit you if you were down.' He said, 'I know, that's why I didn't say anything. I knew it was a bad call.' That's what he said."
The Cardinals capped a week full of losses with a victory, outscoring the 49ers 17-0 in the second half to win 23-14 and enter their off week 3-0 and still in first place in the NFC West.
When a team isn't expecting something from an offense -- which is rare in the NFL -- the first half of Sunday's Arizona Cardinals game is the result.
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie said he won't know the severity of his hyperextended left knee until Monday.
Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss' game ball goes to quarterback Drew Stanton, who was 18 of 33 for 244 yards and two touchdowns. Niners receiver Stevie Johnson gets the honor from Paul Gutierrez after nine receptions for 103 yards.
John Brown wasn’t supposed to be the Arizona Cardinals receiver with whom Drew Stanton clicked. That was supposed to be the other Brown.
A few thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' 23-14 win at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Rookie John Brown caught two touchdowns, and Michael Floyd had 114 receiving yards to lead the Cardinals offense in the win over San Francisco.
Cardinals backup QB Drew Stanton has led the team to its bye week with a 3-0 record.
Arizona outscored San Francisco 17-0 after haltime as rookie John Brown caught two touchdown passes in a 23-14 win.
Arizona went into the afternoon looking to make a statement, and they did exactly that with a 23-14 win.
The eight-year veteran who waited four years in between NFL starts just wants to play and win. In the last two weeks, he's done both.
"Coming out, it was just the whole practice week, it was just like the game plan was around me, to try to get the ball in my hands more," the rookie said after he caught four passes for 52 yards and two touchdowns in Arizona's 23-14 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
The San Francisco 49ers couldn't be stopped in their first two possessions, marching 80 yards for touchdowns on both. The would take a 14-6 lead into the locker room at halftime.