NFC West Recap: Larry Fitzgerald Dominates On 'Monday Night Football'

A recap of the latest news around the NFC West division after Week 4.

Here's a recap of the latest news around the NFC West division: 

Arizona Cardinals (1-2)

What happened:The Cardinals fell to the Dallas Cowboys, 28-17, in Week 3.

  • Despite the Cardinals losing to the Cowboys, at 34, future Hall of Fame wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald had one of the best games of his established career Monday evening. 
  • In his notes, Darren Urban writes that veteran Chris Johnson will remain the starter at running back in the Cardinals backfield. 
  • Also, Kyle Odegard looked at how things drastically changed for the Cardinals as the game against the Cowboys progressed. 

What's Next:The Cardinals take on the 49ers in Week 4.

San Francisco 49ers (0-3)

What happened: The 49ers fell to the Rams, 41-39, on Thursday Night Football. 

  • Jeff Chadiha of NFL 360 sat down with 49ers general manager John Lynch and No. 3 overall pick Solomon Thomas to discuss their relationship that began well before the 2017 NFL Draft. 
  • 49ers senior reporter Joe Fann looked at how the team can address their pass-rush struggles in his latest mailbag. 
  • Keiana Martin of 49ers.com asked players one of the hottest debated questions: is a hot dog a sandwich? 

What's Next:San Francisco faces Arizona this weekend.

Los Angeles Rams (2-1)

What happened: As noted above, the Rams defeated the 49ers in a high-scoring shootout last Thursday. 

  • Rams Insider Myles Simmons looked at how Los Angeles is looking to improve on defense headed into Week 4. 
  • Rams kicker returner Pharoh Cooper detailed how he's correcting his mistakes after fumbling against the 49ers. 
  • Finally, Rams head coach Sean McVay hopped on ESPN L.A. and discussed how the team has improved on offense. 

What's Next:The Rams take on the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday.

Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seahawks' game against the Tennessee Titans during Week 3 at Nissan Stadium.  

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