3rd-highest Arizona Cardinals scoring game of all time: October 7th, 1923
Another placeholder logo, this game was actually against the Rochester (NY) Jeffersons, one of the original members of the NFL. Stats from this game from PFR actually have “?”‘s put in for the box score, so this is all we know.
2nd-highest Arizona Cardinals scoring game of all time: October 17th, 1948
This time the New York Giants were the actual opponent, and just looking at this score screams “Scorigami”. 98 total points were scored in this barnburner of a game, and it came in the middle of the Cardinals’ second-consecutive season where they played in the NFL Championship.
The Cardinals had nearly 300 yards rushing and passing, including a 70-yard punt return touchdown as well by Jerry Davis.
The highest Arizona Cardinals scoring game of all time: November 13th, 1949
This game was played against the New York Bulldogs, so the Jets’ logo was used to break up the string of Giant logos.
This is the Cardinals’ highest scoring output of all time. The Cardinals had over 300 yards rushing and three scores on the ground on top of the aerial attack that Cardinals quarterbacks Paul Christman and Jim Hardy utilized.
Both quarterbacks had three touchdowns apiece, something that I’m not sure has ever been done by two players on the same team ever again in the same game in NFL history. So that’s a unique record for the Cardinals to hold.