OT Jared Veldheer had his hands full with Cowboys DE Demarcus Lawrence last Monday, and after being called out by his GM, his play must improve.
San Francisco 49ers running back Carlos Hyde turned 21 touches into 95 total yards in Week 4's loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The problem is, one of them figures to be headed back to the drawing board wondering if there's enough time to turn things around after the teams meet Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.
"I'm exhausted", Palmer said afterward, "but hopefully we have a walkthrough on Wednesday and we don't have to practice". "I can not wait for Sunday to see what we're made of".
The 49ers (0-4) got the ball first in overtime needing a touchdown to end the game. "But working hard isn't going to guarantee you anything". You can still find seven points at some sites, and that hook could prove valuable.
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The 49ers had been concerned about their pass rush after mustering three sacks - all against Seattle - through the first three games.
KEYS TO THE GAME: On offense, the Cardinals are desperate to get their running game going and they have found it incredibly hard without their injured star back, David Johnson. In that Rams game, Niners QB Brian Hoyer posted 332 yards, two scores and one pick. The 13 receptions were his most in a regular-season game since 2009, and Johnson will have to be aware of him on every snap. When Palmer has been given time to throw he has looked sharp, however, the Cardinals haven't been able to give Palmer much time.
In a game headlined by defense and field goals, San Francisco once again came up short in a close game. "We can't really worry about what they were trying to do". However, their inconsistent play has earned them their 0-3 record. "It was like we were down by three the whole game and that continued for five quarters". "We finally got him in a one-on-one situation (against Rashard Robinson) and he does what he did". San Francisco lost wide receiver Marquise Goodwin with an apparent concussion and defensive back Adrian Colbert with a hamstring injury. "In the last three weeks, in particular, I don't feel that way". I mean the first play, I felt so bad. Nine Browns players, including LB Christian Kirksey, raised their right arms with closed fists.
The game kicks off at 4:05 p.m. EST and will be broadcast for your enjoyment on your local FOX affiliate. "I've been in this league a while, and they always say, 'Catch the ones they throw to you'". He finished with 84 yards on 25 carries and scored two touchdowns.
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"Never surprised", Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said of Fitzgerald. The offense appeared more diverse Sunday afternoon, with eight players making a catch. "And we stood for the anthem because we respect the flag and respect the veterans and everything that got misconstrued with us taking a knee last week". That win belongs to the Cardinals, and they enter today's contest on 1-2 and with the hope of claiming a second win here to get back to an even 2-2.
John Brown narrowly missed a TD on the last drive when the defender tipped the ball and the receiver grabbed it as he dragged his feet on the sidelines in the end zone.
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