GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A miscommunication between Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald left the ball right in Terence Newmans hands. And the Cincinnati cornerback made the most of it. Newman returned the interception 54 yards for the early score and the Bengals went on to beat the Arizona Cardinals 19-13 on Sunday night. "He pretty much threw it right to me," Newman said. "It wasnt like I did anything, just an errant throw on his part. Fitzgerald blamed himself. "I didnt break across the corners face and Ive got to do that," he said, adding that he cant let the quarterback "hang out to dry." But it will look like Palmers mistake. "Thats what it is in the quarterbacks world," Arizona coach Bruce Arians said. It was that kind of night for the Arizona offence against a Bengals defence that ranked second in the NFL last season. "We had a number of things that were just off," Palmer said, "from overthrows to missed opportunities, some funky things that happened on a couple of routes and some drops." Mike Nugent added field goals of 48 and 36 yards for Cincinnati (1-2). Jay Feely, competing with rookie Chandler Catanzaro for the Cardinals kicking job, made a 24-yarder, but missed from 48 yards. Catanzaro made a 23-yard attempt. The Cardinals (1-2) got their lone touchdown on a 30-yard pass from backup Drew Stanton to rookie John Brown, who stretched out for a diving grab in the end zone with 1:29 left in the third quarter, tying it at 13-13. Cincinnati backup Quinn Sharp kicked field goals of 34 and 51 yards after that for the deciding margin. "We kind of gave it to a pretty good football team," Arians said, lamenting the missed opportunities, "and you just cant do that, especially at home." The Bengals Andy Dalton completed 13 of 21 passes for 183 yards. Palmer was 7 of 19 for 92 yards. Larry Fitzgerald caught five of Palmers throws for 71 yards. Both teams played their starters the entire first half. Palmer was facing the team he was with for the first eight years of his NFL career before an acrimonious split sent him to Oakland. Dalton replaced Palmer as a rookie in 2011. Cornerback Leon Hall said "it means something to me, for emotional reasons I guess" to hold Palmer, his former teammate, without a touchdown. "But really," Hall said, "Id feel almost the same way regardless who we were playing. This was what they call a rehearsal game. ... This builds some momentum for (the opener against) Baltimore." Bengals owner Mike Brown was taken to a Phoenix hospital before the game for what was termed a "minor" health problem. The team said he was to return to Cincinnati and did not attend the game. "I guess the good thing is everyone acted very quickly to get things headed in the right direction very fast," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said, adding that Brown would have preferred to have kept the incident quiet. "Were happy that, hopefully, everything is going in the right direction and hopefully hell get back with us very quickly." Cincinnati inside linebacker Vontaze Burfict left the game in the first quarter with a hamstring injury. On the Cardinals second possession, it was third-and-7 from the Arizona 40 when Palmer fired a pass intended for Fitzgerald. But the errant throw went right to Newman, who evaded a couple of early would-be tacklers and outran everyone else to the end zone. The Arizona starters biggest offensive threat came on their first possession of the second quarter. The defence forced the Bengals to punt from their 6-yard line, giving the Cardinals good field position at the Cincinnati 41. 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