The Arizona Cardinals used two plays on defense and one on special teams to turn into their 13 points as they trail the Seattle Seahawks 14-13 at the half.
Josh Rosen has had his best game in a month, maybe it is a comfort thing against the Seahawks, and the Cardinals offense was able to take advantage of those three short fields on offense.
Defensively, it continues to be ebbs and flows.
When they are on, they look fantastic, with Deone Bucannon, Rodney Gunter and David Amerson all making splash plays to help setup the offense.
When they are off, the opposing team has a 1-20 and scores a touchdown in three plays.
It’s the problem with this team more than anything, consistency.
Their third and final score of the half was set up by the fantastic return of Pharoh Cooper, the former All Pro.
Offensively, they really stink still, but short fields are their friends and Rosen found Larry Fitzgerald on their second red zone attempt of the day, Fitz made a one handed catch that looked so easy and was the first for Rosen in a month.
Now, can they put together another half that way?