Arizona Cardinals At San Diego Chargers: Second Half Thread

GLENDALE AZ - SEPTEMBER 02: Quarterback Max Hall #6 of the Arizona Cardinals warms up before the preseason NFL game against the Washington Redskins at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 2 2010 in Glendale Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

If you missed the first half to this game, don't be upset. It's been rather painful to watch, especially with Derek Anderson at quarterback. Here's a rundown on how the first half went:

 

  • The Cardinals opening drive looked very good. A Tim Hightower 22-yard touchdown run was negated by a phantom holding call.
  • After that, Anderson threw an interception.
  • The Chargers scored off of that turnover by throwing to a wide open Antonio Gates, in which our beloved safety Adrian Wilson blew the coverage.
  • The Cardinals have allowed Mike Tolbert to run wild on them so far.
  • Greg Toler forced a fumble in which Kerry Rhodes returned for a touchdown.
  • Derek Anderson threw a pick six -- after he was benched.
  • Max Hall is the starting quarterback right now and didn't look bad in his first drive. Let's hope he's got the jitters out of his system.
Go Cardinals!!!
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