Cardinals up 7-0 after Trey Lance interception

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49ers quarterback Trey Lance‘s first possession as an NFL starting quarterback didn’t end well.

Lance sailed a deep ball over the middle to wide receiver Travis Benjamin and Cardinals safety Budda Baker picked it off. The Cardinals’ first drive had a better ending.

James Conner ran the ball in from a yard out to cap an eight-play, 66-yard drive with a touchdown. The Cardinals are now up 7-0 with nine minutes to go in the first quarter as a result.

Rondale Moore had a 26-yard run to get the ball to the 1-yard-line and Kyler Murray was 3-of-3 for 28 yards on the drive.

Lance had a 14-yard run on the first play of the game and also had a 16-yard completion to fullback Kyle Juszczyk before he threw the interception.

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