The Arizona Cardinals will look to bounce back from a last-minute loss to the Minnesota Vikings as they face the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Arizona Cardinals are seeking to avenge a heartbreaking 30-28 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. They allowed the game-winning touchdown pass with 18 seconds remaining.
Quarterback Carson Palmer had another efficient performance, but it was not quite up to par with his previous performance.
The running game sputtered as Andre Ellington was held to five yards on two carries, and the entire team was held to 96 yards on 34 carries despite rushing for two touchdowns.
Wide receiver Michael Floyd is expected to make his preseason debut after recovering from a groin injury.
For the Bengals, quarterback Andy Dalton had a perfect performance with 144 yards and a touchdown while completing all eight of his passes.
Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu had a 43-yard touchdown catch last game, and he will continue to battle Marvin Jones for catches across from A.J. Green.
It remains to be seen whether running back Jeremy Hill can return from his shoulder injury, but it may be wise for the Bengals to rest him for the time being.