Interception preserves lead for Packers

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The defenses continue to dominate in Arizona. Through three quarters and one minute, the Packers’ defense has been a little bit better.

An interception in the end zone by Damarious Randall thwarted a Cardinals drive and allowed the Packers to keep a 13-10 lead. The Cardinals scored their only touchdown on their second drive of the game and have struggled ever since.

Randall’s interception was the second thrown by Carson Palmer in the second half. It came 42 seconds into the fourth quarter.

The shorthanded Packers have sustained drives, and Aaron Rodgers has been efficient at times and spectacular at others. The Packers held the Cardinals to just 75 yards in the first half and gave up only a field goal in the third quarter.