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That's six sacks for Arizona

And on the Seahawks' first possession of the second half, the Cardinals record their sixth sack of the afternoon, forcing Seattle to punt from deep in their own territory.


Michael Crabtree makes a spectacular catch along the sideline on 4th-and-2 to set up a last-second field goal, giving the 49ers a 10-7 lead over the Redskins at halftime.


Another Cards comeback?

Sure Arizona is down 9-3 at half, but it's not all bad for the Cardinals. They are The 3-1 this season when tied or trailing at halftime. Is there a second-half comeback brewing?


Missed opportunity for the Cardinals. With a 3rd and goal from the 5-yard line, Drew Stanton hits Jaron Brown in the front-middle of the end zone, but it goes right through Brown's hands and Arizona has to settle for a field goal to end the first half.


Peyton Mannings touchdown pass today makes it 50 straight games with a TD pass for the Broncos QB, four shy of Drew Brees NFL record. Denver still trails Miami, 14-10.


"I couldn't hit the broad side of a barn from five yards away."

Ryan Mallett (21-of-45, 189 yards) evaluating his play in the Texans' loss today.


Once, twice... third time's the charm for the Redskins, who punch it in on their third straight run up the middle from the 1-yard line. Alfred Morris scores his seventh rushing TD of the year, and Washington is tied with San Francisco, 7-7.

Arizona with 5 sacks already

The Arizona Cardinals have already sacked Russell Wilson five times, the most Wilson has been sacked in a game this season. The Cardinals came into today's game with only 18.0 sacks -- 24th in the league.



The Redskins' offense continues to struggle. Early in the second quarter at San Francisco, Washington has totaled negative-9 yards of offense through the passing game, and just 31 total.

Ryan Tannehill rushes for his first TD of the year and the Dolphins have a 14-3 lead over the Broncos early in the second quarter.

After coming out of the game with a reported back injury, Marshawn Lynch is back on the field for Seattle.


HIGHLIGHTS: RB Matt Forte supplied 112 of the Bears' 204 total yards of offense, including two rushing TDs, but and that was enough for Chicago in a 21-13 win over Tampa Bay.