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Cardinals vs. Bears score update: Arizona trails 28-6 after three quarters

Brian Hoyer replaced Ryan Lindley at quarterback following a pick-six that made the score 28-6 in favor of the Bears.

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After three quarters of play, the Arizona Cardinals trail the Chicago Bears by a score of 28-6.

The Bears picked up where they left off early in the second half, as cornerback Charles Tillman intercepted quarterback Ryan Lindley deep in Arizona territory and returned the pass 10 yards for a score. It was the second touchdown of the game for Chicago's defense and Tillman's third touchdown on the season.

Arizona later replaced Lindley with Brian Hoyer, who was 3-of-6 for 51 yards in two possessions. The Cardinals as a team have 209 yards of total offense, but just 32 rushing yards.

Chicago's passing attack hasn't been much better, as quarterback Jay Cutler is 11-of-24 for 141 yards and a touchdown. Star wide receiver Brandon Marshall has five receptions for 63 yards and a score. Running back Matt Forte left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury and will not return. He had 88 yards at the time.