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Updated Apr 30, 2015 - 8:38 pm

Arizona Sports predicts Cardinals vs. 49ers

The resurgent Cardinals travel to the bay Area to face
the 8-1 San Francisco 49ers who, yes, are actually 8-1.
Boasting one of the game’s best defenses, the Cardinals
are looking to beat their division rivals for the first
time since 2008.

What’s going to happen? Let us know what you think by
leaving a comment below.

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Vince Marotta If you would have told me back in August that the 49ers
would be 8-1 heading into this game, I would have pointed
and laughed at you. I didn’t see this coming at all. But
the Niners play good defense and have given up the least
points in the league. The Cardinals are playing better
behind John Skelton, but the magic’s gotta run out
sometime, doesn’t it?

Final Score: 49ers 26, Cardinals 14

Katy Hartley I always feel that stats, records, and rankings are out
the window in these kind of divisional games. I think this
game will come down to turnovers, and San Francisco is the
best in the league at forcing those.

Final Score: 49ers 31, Cardinals 21
Adam Green The John Skelton show travels to San Francisco and, I’m
sorry to say, the winning streak will end there.

The Niners’ pass rush will be too much for the Cards line,
and the ensuing lack of offensive production will leave
the defense in bad situations far too often.

Arizona will put up a fight, but ultimately fall short.

Final Score: 49ers 23, Cardinals 13

Kyndra de St. Aubin So the Cards are trying to make it 3 in a row. I was
shocked they won last week, but that was against a team
that is a mess. This the SF 49ers are anything but a
mess. San Fran’s defense is good and they have their
sights set on a first round bye in the playoffs. The
winning streak ends here.

Final Score: 49ers 24, Cardinals 14
Dave Burns Between Beanie Wells’ injury and the 49ers vaunted rushing
defense there is no doubt; the Cardinals best (only)
chance to win is if John Skelton is able to move the
offense through the air. Defensively, how will Ray Horton
use Daryl Washington after his brilliant game vs. the
Eagles? I think the injury to Frank Gore may slow the
running game of San Francisco, so the Cardinals secondary
will, once again, be a key. I like Skelton but I don’t
think he’s ready for this.

Final Score: 49ers 24, Cardinals 13
Tyler Bassett I’m riding the John Skelton wave as long as I can. This
team has confidence and is doing just enough to win a few
ballgames. I’m still not sold on the 49ers offense on a
weekly basis and I think Ray Horton has this defense
improving by the week. The defense does just enough and a
fourth quarter touchdown gives the Cardinals a slim edge.

Final Score: Cardinals 21, 49ers 20
Joe Huizenga San Francisco may not be exciting but they have been
efficient. Besides, wouldn’t Cardinals fans love a boring
8-1 team right about now? People like points on the
scoreboard but they really care about a winner.

The Niners, all they do is win (and lose one in OT).

The key here is efficiency. San Francisco has won the
turnover battle in every game this year but one, and yeah,
they won that one too. If the Cardinals can control the
ball and not hand it over maybe, just MAYBE they can steal
a W.

I doubt it though.

Final Score: 49ers 27, Cardinals 17

Charlie Feinerman Don’t call me a believer… Not yet at least. However, I
do think the Cardinals are going to win this week. Why? I
see the Cards offense “evading” the 49ers run defense by
using extended handoffs like screens, quick slants and any
pass that goes to Larry Fitzgerald. I think Patrick
Peterson will have a TD, but not on special teams…
That’s right, time for a pick 6. Cards win the turnover
battle 3-1 and end the 49ers win streak.

Final Score: Cardinals 24, 49ers 20
Jon Bloom There’s no question the last two weeks have been a lot
more fun than the previous half dozen in the land of Big
Red, but unfortunately I think the fun is coming to an end
on Sunday. I’ve heard a lot of folks mention that the
49ers could be due for a letdown after another emotional
victory vs. the Giants. I’m not buying it, this team is
tough and motivated and that is a combination that
requires an extremely high level of success to beat. SF
won’t blow many teams out though so it’s another close

Final Score: 49ers 24, Cardinals 20


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