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GLENDALE, Ariz. Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb was taken out of the game and his return was in question Sunday after a hit to the head in the first quarter of Arizona's game against the 49ers.
San Francisco defensive tackle Justin Smith sacked Kolb, who fumbled and then took a knee to the head from San Francisco linebacker Ahmad Brooks. Kolb was taken to the locker room shortly...
The Cardinals lost 23-7 in San Francisco just three weeks ago, but, they have won four of their last five games. The Cardinals will be starting Kevin Kolb at QB instead of John Skelton this time around against the Niners, so I expect a much different football game. The 49ers dumped the hapless Rams in San Francisco last weekend, 26-0. Here is a look at the matchups in this...
GLENDALE, Arizona: Round 2 of this NFC West fight has slightly more on the line than the last time these two teams met, a Week 11 victory for San Francisco, 23-7. Arizona (5-7) hosts the 49ers (10-2) and hope to defy the odds once more and pull off an upset, keeping their ever-slim Playoff wish alive.
They need much help from a handful of NFC teams in front of them in the playoff...
Boivin: The Cardinals are 6-7 and beat the team that had the second-best record in the NFL because all that hooey coach Ken Whisenhunt spewed was true: This team is in far better shape than their 1-6 start indicated.
In the first half Sunday in Arizona, San Francisco had plenty of opportunities to blow the Cardinals right out of the game.
But to the 49ers, red apparently means “stop,” so getting into the red zone just meant stalled drives and getting three points instead of seven. The result was a 21-19 Cardinals victory and some lost ground in the race for the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs...
John Skelton stepped in for the injured Kevin Kolb and threw for 282 yards and three touchdowns, and the Arizona Cardinals rallied to hand the San Francisco 49ers just their third loss of the season, 21-19 on Sunday.
Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb left Sunday's game against San Francisco after the first series following a blow to the head.
The Arizona Cardinals pull out a 21-19 win over division-leading San Francisco 49ers.
A week after clinching the NFC West title, the San Francisco 49ers had trouble holding off the Arizona Cardinals' second-half rally.