Arizona Cardinals (10-5) Close Out Regular Season Versus San Francisco 49ers (11-4)

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The 2013 regular season comes to a close for the Arizona Cardinals when they take on the NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers at home. Carson Palmer can break the 4,000 passing yard mark for the second consecutive year with 133 more yards. FOX will broadcast the game at 4:25 PM ET. Arizona has a 10-5 overall record and 2-3 division record. San Francisco has an 11-4 overall record and is 4-1 in the division.

In week six, the Cardinals lost to the 49ers, 32-20. Palmer completed 25 passes on 41 attempts for 298 yards, two touchdowns and two picks.

The Cardinals are coming off a 17-10 victory over the Seahawks. Calais Campbell finished with four tackles and two sacks. The 49ers are also coming off a win over the Falcons, 34-24. Patrick Willis finished with 18 tackles to lead the team. Another strong outing came from Frank Gore, who racked up 97 yards on 21 carries and one score.


49ers Passing Leaders
Grade Name Comp Att Yds TDs Int
B 83.5 C. Kaepernick 222 382 2,887 19 8


Cardinals Passing Leaders
Grade Name Comp Att Yds TDs Int
B- 80.3 C. Palmer 334 523 3,867 22 21


49ers Rushing Leaders
Grade Name P Att Yds YdsA TDs
B 86.2 F. Gore RB 263 1,114 4.2 9
B 83.5 C. Kaepernick QB 88 500 5.7 4
C 72.2 K. Hunter RB 76 345 4.5 3


Cardinals Rushing Leaders
Grade Name P Att Yds YdsA TDs
C 73.5 R. Mendenhall RB 207 640 3.1 8
B 85.1 A. Ellington RB 109 622 5.7 3
F 59.0 S. Taylor RB 34 108 3.2 0


49ers Receiving Leaders
Grade Name P Rec Yds YdsA TDs
B+ 89.6 A. Boldin WR 76 1,030 13.6 6
A 94.2 V. Davis TE 49 805 16.4 12
B+ 87.4 M. Crabtree WR 16 255 15.9 1


Cardinals Receiving Leaders
Grade Name P Rec Yds YdsA TDs
B+ 87.4 M. Floyd WR 59 950 16.1 5
B+ 89.9 L. Fitzgerald WR 76 841 11.1 10
C 73.7 A. Roberts WR 40 397 9.9 1