Cardinals Vs. 49ers Video: Larry Fitzgerald Incredible TD Catch

The San Francisco 49ers were holding onto a two touchdown lead against the Arizona Cardinals, but then John Skelton finally got them going on a crucial drive early.

Instead of playing the receiver, 49ers defender Dashon Goldson gambled for the football against Larry Fitzgerald, which is never a good idea against a receiver of Fitz's caliber. Because Fitzgerald is pretty good, and he can do things like this, Arizona got their second touchdown of the game to make it a 19-14 game. Check out the video here.


Arizona is right back in it with San Francisco, and it's a one score game going into the 4th quarter. Fitzgerald has four catches for 83 yards and one touchdown, and Skelton and the Cardinals are still very much in this game.

To talk about the game with Cardinals fans, head to Revenge of the Birds. To discuss things with 49ers fans, go to Niners Nation.

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