The Arizona Cardinals got another win on Sunday, defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 34-31 on a game-winning field goal by Chandler Catanzaro on Sunday Night Football. Carson Palmer threw for four touchdown passes, J.J. Nelson had 142 receiving yards and the Cardinals defense sacked Andy Dalton four times.
Here are recaps of the game from all over the Web.
Full Highlights: Bengals vs. Cardinals
Relive the top plays from the thrilling Sunday night win over Cincinnati
Cardinals Win Another Primetime Thriller
Catanzaro field goal with one second left takes out Bengals, 34-31
Locker Room Speech: "We're gonna play to win"
Bruce Arians addresses his team from the locker room following the thrilling Sunday night victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Arizona Cardinals rookie WR J.J. Nelson breaks out vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Nelson hauled in four catches for 142 yards and his first career touchdown.
Cardinals secure dramatic victory over Bengals
Since late July, the Cardinals practiced for moments just like the one they faced Sunday night at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Bickley: Cardinals stay on a roll, keep working to protect NFC No. 2 seed
After the Cardinals’ 34-31 victory over the Bengals on Sunday night, they are in perfect position.
Cards catch Bengals, 34-31
GLENDALE, Ariz. - After the Bengals erased a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to tie the game with 1:08 left when Mike Nugent hit a 43-yard field goal from the right hash to tie it at 31, Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer hit three passes to put his team in field-goal position.
Quick hits: last call a mystery to Bengals; Concern for Dennard; Dalton gives it a shot
Peko thought the Cards were offsides with 20 seconds left at the Bengals 27, which may have ended regulation with a runoff of the clock. But instead of OT or a 47-yard field goal, it was a 32-yard chip shot to win it.
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Arizona Cardinals on Nov 22, 2015. Watch video of the game, buy tickets, get stats & depth charts, game highlights, analysis, recap, and discuss with other NFL fans!
Carson Palmer led a late scoring drive to send the Cardinals (8-2) past his former team, 34-31. Andy Dalton and the Bengals (8-2) have now lost two in a row.
After a slow first half both the Cards and Bengals put on a show for the nation.
Arizona is 8-2 and winning in great ways.
There are three certainties in life: Death, taxes and the Bengals losing in primetime. At least a disastrous third quarter led to an exciting fourth quarter comeback, but the Bengals couldn't hold on to win the game.
Carson Palmer overcame two early interceptions to throw four touchdown passes and, with 57 seconds left, completed three quick passes to move the team into game-winning field goal range.
Fifty-eight seconds. No timeouts. About 50 yards away from field goal range. That was the scenario facing the Arizona Cardinals Sunday night after Cincinnati’s Mike Nugent kicked a 43-yard field goal to tie the contest at 31-31.
Arizona Cardinals kicker Chandler Catanzaro said he always envisions getting an opportunity to kick a game-winning field goal. However, he had never actually had a chance as a professional. Until Sunday.
Carson Palmer got hot late and Chandler Catanzaro kicked a game-winning field goal as the Arizona Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night.