clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Arizona Cardinals use dominant second half to beat up on Jacksonville Jaguars 31-19

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at Jacksonville Jaguars Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The second half was what we expected for the full game, and let’s be honest, it was refreshing to see the Arizona Cardinals bully the Jacksonville Jaguars.

We just kind of wish the timing was reversed.

No matter, the Arizona Cardinals move to 3-0 after a blistering second half performance from both their offense and defense.

It looked bad with 3:39 left in the third quarter after the Jacksonville Jaguars bum rushed the Arizona Cardinals defense with an eight play 75 yard drive that featured no passes.

James Robinson barreled his way into the end zone and the Jags were up 19-10.

18 minutes later the Cardinals were up 31-19 and move to 3-0.

Kyler Murray and the offense continued to roll, no passing touchdowns today, but he had 316 passing yards on the day.

The Cardinals used three rushing touchdowns, but most importantly a timely pick six from Byron Murphy Jr that put the Cardinals ahead for good.

This team is good.

They also are immature with the way their interest and intensity wavers during games.

If they can figure that out, it’s going to be a very fruitful season.

If not, we will likely continue to be frustrated by the inconsistencies.

Great team win and go Cardinals!