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Complete information for Sunday's game between the Washington Redskins and the Arizona Cardinals.

By SI Wire
October 10, 2014

Washington Redskins vs. Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals (3-1) are uncertain about their quarterback situation as they come off their first loss of the season. Carson Palmer has missed the last three games, and backup Drew Stanton was knocked out of last week’s 41-20 loss at Denver with a concussion, leaving rookie Logan Thomas to finish the game.

The Washington Redskins (1-4) have lost three straight, including a 27-17 defeat at the hands of the Super Bowl champion Seahawks on Monday night. The former divisional rivals last met in 2011 when the Redskins beat the Cardinals 22-21 in Washington, which has won the last eight meetings in the series. Arizona’s last win over the Redskins was in 2000.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV coverage: Fox

Radio: For a list of Cardinals affiliates, click here. For a list of Redskins affiliates, click here.

Season Recap


Week 5: Seahawks 27, Redskins 17

DeSean Jackson caught five passes for 157 yards and a touchdown. Kirk Cousins threw for 283 yards and two scores. Washington gave up 225 yards rushing to Seattle, including 122 to quarterback Russell Wilson.

Week 4: Giants 45, Redskins 14

Washington had six turnovers, their most since last Dec. 15, when they had seven in a loss at Atlanta. Kirk Cousins threw a career-high four interceptions. The Redskins were penalized 11 times for 88 yards.

Week 3: Eagles 37, Redskins 34

Washington’s last possession ended on an incompletion by Kirk Cousins on fourth-and-10 from the Eagles 41. Kirk Cousins threw for 427 yards, a career high, and three touchdowns with one interception. The Redskins had two 100-yard receivers: Pierre Garcon caught 11 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown, and DeSean Jackson had 117 yards and a touchdown on five receptions.

Week 2: Redskins 41, Jaguars 10

Kirk Cousins relieved an injured Robert Griffin III in the first quarter and threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns. Washington had 10 quarterback sacks, including four by Ryan Kerrigan and 2.5 by Jason HatcherNiles Paul caught eight passes for 99 yards and a touchdown.

Week 1: Texans 17, Redskins 6

Washington surrendered a touchdown on a blocked punt late in the first half. Robert Griffin III made his first start since Week 14 of last season and threw for 267 yards. Alfred Morris ran for 91 yards on 14 carries.


Week 5: Broncos 41, Cardinals 20

Logan Thomas made his NFL debut after Drew Stanton went down with a concussion. He only completed 1-of-8 passes, but the completion was an 81-yard touchdown to running back Andre EllingtonEllington finished with four receptions for 112 yards and a touchdown. Arizona was outgained 568-215.

Week 4: Bye

Week 3: Cardinals 23, 49ers 14

John Brown caught two touchdown passes, including the go-ahead score on a 21-yard pass from Drew Stanton with 4:39 left in the third quarter. Michael Floyd caught five passes for 114 yards. Drew Stanton threw for 244 yards and two scores.

Week 2: Cardinals 25, Giants 14

Drew Stanton was 14-for-29 for 167 yards and did not turn the ball over in his first regular-season appearance since 2010. Andre Ellington had 91 yards on 15 carries. Ted Ginn Jr. put Arizona ahead for good with a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown with 10:10 remaining in the game.

Week 1: Cardinals 18, Chargers 17

Arizona went ahead on a 13-yard pass from Carson Palmer to John Brown with 2:25 left in the game. Palmer was 24-for-37 for 304 yards and two touchdowns. Michael Floyd had 119 receiving yards on five catches.

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