7-0 on the road, 10-2 overall.
The Arizona Cardinals put away the pesky Bears of Chicago on a cold, rainy Sunday afternoon in the Windy City, winning 33-22. The final score didn’t indicate how impressive the Cardinals’ performance put together in leading wire to wire.
The Cardinals were bolstered by the dynamic duo of Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins after they missed the last month due to injuries. Murray didn’t waste any time getting Hopkins back into rhythm, finding the star receiver for a 1st quarter touchdown, and the Cardinals never looked back. Murray would rush for two scores.
Arizona would pick off Bears quarterback Andy Dalton four times.
The Cardinals host the LA Rams next Monday night. If Arizona wins that game, they would essentially wrap up the NFC West, by holding tie-breakers over the Rams.