The Arizona Cardinals improved to 9-2 on Sunday with a 19-13 divisional road victory over the San Francisco 49ers. It was not a pretty win. The Niners played well, Blaine Gabbert threw for a career-high in yards, but mistakes got in the way. Here are recaps of the game from all over the Internet.
Cardinals Escape Against 49ers
Late Palmer touchdown run, defensive stand provides 19-13 victory
Andre Ellington, Chris Johnson Injured In Win
David Johnson could see expanded role if top two running backs miss time
Defense Clamps Down Late on 49ers
Notes: Officiating issues; Weatherspoon rotates with Bucannon; Powers hurt
Locker Room Reaction: NFC West Dogfight
Bruce Arians, Carson Palmer and the Cardinals react to the 19-13 win in San Francisco
Full Highlights: Cardinals at 49ers
Check out all the big plays from the 19-13 win in San Francisco
Cardinals Blogs | Niners aftermath, and a sigh of relief
J.J. Nelson smiled. His thoughts on his soon-to-be 36-year-old quarterback racing toward the end zone for what turned out to be the game-winning touchdown?
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The Cardinals insisted Sunday’s contest against the lowly 49ers was anything but a "trap game." Maybe, but it sure seemed as if the Cardinals spent the afternoon gnawing limbs off to survive.
The Cardinals are one of the NFL's most exciting teams. Their 19-13 win over the 49ers proves they can win ugly, too.
Carson Palmer won Sunday's game in unusual fashion: with his legs.
The Cardinals and 49ers both were underwhelmed by the job referee Pete Morelli and his crew did Sunday at Levi’s Stadium.
It wasn't pretty, but the team is 9-2.
It was ugly, but it was a win.
The 49ers gave the Cardinals everything they had on Sunday and almost extended their woes in the Golden State.
Carson Palmer held without a TD pass but runs for the winning score with 2:28 to play.
There will be no "Victory Monday" for the Arizona Cardinals after an uncomfortable 19-13 win against the San Francisco 49ers.
It wasn't one to put in the time capsule, but the Arizona Cardinals got their ninth win of the season over the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer rushed for a go-ahead touchdown against hte San Francisco 49ers, then spiked the ball and fell over.
49ers-Cardinals final score: Blaine Gabbert, defense come up short amidst shoddy officiating - Niners Nation
The San Francisco 49ers came up short in their Week 12 contest against the Arizona Cardinals. They lost by a final score of 19-13 in a game marred by poor officiating.
What We Learned from 49ers vs. Cardinals
The San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals played a close game in Week 12 of the regular season. Here's what we learned from the divisional clash.
49ers Players React after 19-13 Loss to Cardinals
Players spoke to the media about a variety of topics, including the officiating and Blaine Gabbert's continued strong play.
Blaine Gabbert Throws for Career-high 318 Yards in Loss to Arizona Cardinals
Gabbert was harsh on himself when assessing the final series of Sunday’s divisional loss, but his teammates showed their support when discussing his performance.
Watch Arizona Cardinals vs. San Francisco 49ers [11/29/2015] - NFL.com
Palmer ran for a go-ahead 8-yard touchdown with 2:28 left and tumbled after spiking the ball in a telling story of his day, and NFC West-leading Arizona squeaked by the San Francisco 49ers 19-13 on Sunday for its fifth straight win and first road victory in the series since September 2008.