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2019 Schedule
2-3-1, 4th in NFC West
Who most needs a change of scenery by the NFL trade deadline? (1:28)
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Stephen A.: Murray is 'incredibly dynamic and electrifying' (1:20)
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3dJosh Weinfuss

Murray enjoys big passing day, seals win with run

Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray threw for 340 yards and three touchdowns Sunday but also made plays with his feet, including a 5-yard run on third down with 1:45 remaining to secure the Cardinals' second win of the season.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Talk about strides. The Cardinals were 2-for-3 in the red zone in the first half against the Atlanta Falcons and it led them to a 20-10 lead at halftime. It's a sign that coach Kliff Kingsbury has been learning from his mistakes and correcting them, a key element to him being successful as a first-year head coach.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Just how potent can the Cardinals' offense be? Look at the drive that put them ahead 17-7 as the perfect example. It took them three plays to go 78 yards down to the Falcons 1-yard-line, and then David Johnson powered in from there for a touchdown. Arizona's three plays went for 17, 30 and 31 yards, respectively. But there's more. Only two players got the ball on that drive: David Johnson had plays of 17, 30 and then the touchdown, and Chase Edmonds had a 31-yard play.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals inactives: WR Christian Kirk, S Charles Washington, LB Dennis Gardes, LB Zeke Turner, OL Lamont Gaillard, OL Brett Toth and DL Zach Allen.

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4dAdam Schefter

Source: Multiple teams eye Cards CB Peterson

The Cardinals have gotten calls from at least three teams interested in trying to trade for star cornerback Patrick Peterson, a league source told ESPN.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Cardinals WR Christian Kirk, listed as questionable for Sunday against the Falcons due to an ankle injury, is not expected to play, per source. But RB David Johnson, listed as questionable due to a back injury, is expected to play, per source.

Ninkovich: Cardinals' young offense will get the win vs. Falcons (1:15)
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11dJosh Weinfuss

In the cards: Murray, Kingsbury book 1st NFL win

The Cardinals beat the 0-5 Cincinnati Bengals 26-23 on Sunday to give coach Kliff Kingsbury and rookie quarterback Kyler Murray their first NFL win.

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Kyler Murray leads Cardinals to 1st win, 26-23 over Bengals

Rookie Kyler Murray ran for a touchdown and led the Cardinals on a drive to Zane Gonzalez's 31-yard field goal on the final play Sunday as the Cardinals got their first win under coach Kliff Kingsbury, 26-23 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals are leading a battle of two of the worst teams in football 13-6 at halftime thanks to an impressive run game by quarterback Kyler Murray. Arizona's defense figured out how to slow down the Bengals run game after getting torched on Cincinnati's first drive. But then Murray looked very good, showing improvement in areas like throwing the ball away and coach Kliff Kingsbury had a great half calling plays.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals inactives: WR Christian Kirk, WR Damiere Byrd, S Charles Washington, LB Dennis Gardeck, LB Zeke Turner, OL Brett Toth and DL Zach Allen.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards254.211th
Rushing Yards122.712th
Points For22.3
Points Against28.5