The Arizona Cardinals are 2-0 in the preseason but the second win was much more important.
The reason it was more important was because we saw more of Sam Bradford and of course, the first touchdown pass of the Josh Rosen era.
Yet, there was even more from this game, so let's take a look at some of the best sights from the Arizona Cardinals 20-15 win over the New Orleans Saints.
Steve Wilks matching up with Sean Payton for the first time as a head coach.
The only time we'd see two of the best at their positions in this game... Warm ups.
The Saints showed that the Cardinals defense isn't quite ready for prime-time yet. After a dominant week one, they were gashed on the ground in week two.
Rodney Gunter (not pictured) pressured Taysom Hill, Sccoby Wright III got the deflection and Haason Reddick finished off the play with an interception.
Offensively, it was ugly early, it took the Cardinals two series to find any type of success on offense.
Yet, Sam Bradford and David Johnson stayed on the field and produced an electric final drive for a touchdown in their playing time.
That sly smile from the confident rookie.
What should be the first of many, many Josh Rosen touchdown celebrations.
We saw a different hero step forward this week from the depth chart, Jacquies Smith with a strip sack of Tom Savage.
Two of the greatest to ever play the game at their positions.
The top two in NFL history for completion percentage in a single season.
When you've been doing it for so long you can just enjoy the game and not worry about much else.