The Arizona Cardinals are 2-0. They got a win on the road on Sunday, defeating the Chicago Bears 48-23 at Soldier Field behind four Carson Palmer touchdown passes, three touchdown catches by Larry Fitzgerald, an interception returned for a touchdown by Tony Jefferson and a kickoff return touchdown by David Johnson.
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Cardinals vs. Bears final score: Larry Fitzgerald scores 3 TDs in 48-23 blowout in Chicago - Revenge of the Birds
The Arizona Cardinals hammered the Bears behind a strong offensive effort and big plays on defense and special teams.
Bears vs Cardinals Final Score: Bears lose 48-23 as Jay Cutler injures hamstring - Windy City Gridiron
Another game at Soldier Field, and another loss for the Chicago Bears. Come inside for a quick recap of today's events.
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Wide receiver gets three touchdowns in 48-23 road rout in Chicago
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Larry Fitzgerald was walking on the sideline having just come off the field after scoring his third touchdown Sunday when he looked my way – I was down there, about 30 feet away – and yelled at me. I looked at him, and he yelled at me, "Working on my legacy."
CHICAGO – The season is only two games old, yet the Cardinals already have displayed enough offensive versatility to drive fantasy owners crazy.
Arizona hits the road for the first time in 2015.
CHICAGO – Football players feed off raucous home crowds. They love the sound of silence on the road even more.
Arizona wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has a historic day at Soldier Field against Bears former first round pick Kyle Fuller. Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler looked sharp before exiting the game with a pulled hamstring following a pick-six.
Heading into Sunday's game in Chicago, Larry Fitzgerald was in the midst of a nine-game touchdown drought. That ended in a big way against the Bears.
David Johnson and the Arizona Cardinals couldn’t have started their game off with the Chicago Bears any better on Sunday, with Johnson taking the opening kickoff back 108 yards for a touchdown. It was the first time in 74 games that Arizona had a kickoff returned for a touchdown, plus it was the longest kickoff return in team history.
With touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams, the Arizona Cardinals enjoyed their best scoring performance in five years, rolling to a 48-23 Week 2 victory in Chicago.
Palmer threw for four touchdowns to lead the Arizona Cardinals to a 48-23 victory over the Chicago Bears, who lost Jay Cutler to a hamstring injury Sunday.
The story of Week 2 for the Arizona Cardinals is going to be Larry Fitzgerald’s career day, but it would be unwise to forget the two interceptions that Tony Jefferson and Patrick Peterson provided in key moments.
"I don’t need any motivation at this point in my career. What I am capable of doing, what I have done, it speaks for itself," Fitzgerald said. "At this point I’m just so happy to be on a team that has a chance to do something special."