Age is more than a number for the Arizona Cardinals. Actually, it added up to a ton of numbers in their latest victory
The Cardinals' thirtysomething trio of quarterback Carson Palmer, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and running back Chris Johnson set a milestone of sorts in Sunday's 47-7 dismantling of the San Francisco 49ers.
NFC West-leading Arizona became the first team since the Oakland Raiders in 2002 to have a 300-yard passer along with a 100-yard rusher and receiver who were all at least 30 years old.
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Johnson, who eclipsed 100 yards for the first time since the regular-season finale in 2013, provided the timing to make it possible, turning 30 four days before the game.
Carson, 35, and Fitzgerald, 32, have been turning back the clock throughout the first three games. Carson already has thrown nine touchdown passes and five have gone to Fitzgerald, who has 23 receptions and is averaging 111.0 receiving yards per game.