Cardinals pick off Russell Wilson, take 24-17 lead

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The Cardinals got their first offensive touchdown of Sunday’s game four minutes into the third quarter, but they didn’t have to wait long for a second one.

Three plays after the Cardinals tied the score at 17 on a James Conner touchdown catch, safety Jalen Thompson picked off a Russell Wilson pass intended for running back Travis Homer. Thompson returned the ball to the one-yard-line and the Cardinals turned to Conner once again.

Conner scored on a run this time and his 18th touchdown of the season has the Cardinals up 24-17 with just over nine minutes to play in the quarter.

The Cardinals need a win and a Rams loss to take the division, so they’ll be doing some scoreboard watching the rest of the way in Arizona.

2 responses to “Cardinals pick off Russell Wilson, take 24-17 lead

  1. NFL needs to look at Budda Baker. The guy always rolls with the leg after the tackle, attempting to hurt the ball carrier.

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