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The Cardinals will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars this Sunday.

The Cardinals managed just 48 yards rushing on 18 attempts in Sunday's loss to the Texans, and at one point, Johnson was fed up with head coach Bruce Arians' play-calling.

Chris Johnson played in four games for the Arizona Cardinals this season before he was ultimately cut in favor the team trading for RB Adrian Peterson.

"It's obvious. I thought we'd make it", Arians said when asked why go for it. He now ranks third in National Football League history in career receptions (1,185), sixth in career receiving yards (15,066) and eighth in career touchdown receptions (107).

"He can spin it as good as anybody I've ever had", Arians said earlier this week of Gabbert.

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The play was the Cardinals' "bread and butter play", Arizona quarterback Blaine Gabbert said. His three touchdowns were a career high, even if those two late interceptions drew away from his scores.

"When it's fourth-and-six inches, everyone knows we're handing it to A.D., because he's one of the best in the game at getting those and that play". Peterson finished with 26 yards on 14 carries. The 28-year-old Gabbert completed 56.9 percent of his passes for 925 yards, five touchdowns and six interceptions in six games last season. Stanton has been progressing during practice this week, but Blaine Gabbert has been taking first-team reps. Arians told reporters that Stanton, who has a sprained knee, will be Gabbert's backup if he can physically play.

"We just turned too many guys loose up the middle", Arians said.

The Cardinals' run game struggled to get going all game.

Hopkins was once again QB Tom Savage's favorite receiver as he led the Texans with eight targets, including seven in the coverage of CB Patrick Peterson.


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