Patrick Peterson tied an NFL record, bedeviling St. Louis Rams special teamers for the second time in three weeks. Beanie Wells set a franchise record.
Somehow, the Arizona Cardinals didn't win big. They had just enough to make it seven in a row in the city they fled in 1987.
Wells had 228 yards on 27 carries and a touchdown in only his third career 100-yard game and Peterson became the fourth player in league history with four punt returns for a touchdown in a season in a 23-20 victory on Sunday.
''The kid's amazing,'' Wells said of Peterson. ''I mean, he's a beast.''
Wells broke loose for 71 and 53 yards and rebounded after his fumble led to the tying score for St. Louis. The 53-yarder came on the possession after his turnover and set up Jay Feely's go-ahead 22-yard field goal with 4:12 remaining.
Wells aggravated a lingering right knee injury on the fumble, but couldn't wait to get back out there. He set the record with a 14-yard gain to the Rams 34 on the game's next-to-las...