NFL schedule 2012: Cardinals best shot at ending their losing streak comes Sunday

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With their final two games against a tough Bears team and the NFC West-leading 49ers, the Cardinals' best shot at turning around their seemingly-endless skid comes Sunday against the struggling Lions.

The Arizona Cardinals will take another crack at putting an end to their long-running losing streak when they play host to the Detroit Lions on Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.

Arizona's losing streak has reached nine consecutive games, and their best shot at breaking that streak of futility lies in Sunday's clash with the Lions (4-9), who are struggling with a five-game losing streak of their own. The Cardinals will wrap up the season with games against a tough Chicago Bears squad and the NFC West-leading San Francisco 49ers.

Arizona (4-9) will have to flush the memories of an embarrassing 58-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday, and figure out a way to get their sputtering offense started against a Lions defense that is fairly average.

Here is the complete NFL schedule for Week 15. Visiting teams are listed first and all times are MT.

Thursday, Dec. 13

Sunday, Dec. 16

Monday, Dec. 17

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Head over to SI.com for more on the NFL schedule this week.

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