After Sebastian Janikowski booted a 57-yard field goal with a little more than two minutes left in the game to give the Oakland Raiders and 18-17 lead, Max Hall drove the Arizona Cardinals to a touchdown to win it. Hall led a 68-yard drive, going 4/4 and hitting Isaiah Williams from 28 yards out with 39 seconds left, sealing the 24-18 victory.
Kevin Kolb's night was good enough. He finished 4/7 for 68 yards, did not throw a touchdown or an interception. He did, though, connect with Larry Fitzgerald for two passes and 60 yards, including a beautiful play that went for 43 yards on a deep pass that Fitz brought in with one hand.
Each of the four quarterbacks made plays. John Skelton, Richard Bartel and Max Hall all threw for scores and no one threw an interception.
The defense gave up some yards, but they kept Oakland out of the end zone except for one play. The other scoring was four Janikowski kicks. They only sacked Oakland once.
At a glance, the offense was better. They had 400 yards of offense -- 110 on the ground and 290 in the air. That is the best news out of it all.
As for injuries, nothing major happened. Todd Heap sprained his left thumb in the second quarter. It does not look serious. Max Komar was a last minute scratch. He tweaked his groin.
Next up for Arizona is a Friday game next week against the Green Bay Packers in Wisconsin.