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Cardinals take Advantage of Weakness Giants to Win

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 09:23
Arizona Cardinals 2014Who knew the end of week 2 of the regular season leading the AFC West, one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, would be the Arizona Cardinals. The leadership was winning victory after an impressive up to the New York Giants, away from home for 25 to 14 The result was achieved despite the team being desert of Phoenix without Carson Palmer, quarterback holder.

Well that was the face of the game and the fragility of the team the Giants forced four turnovers by the strong defense of the Cardinals were given, both in the offensive sector as defensive.

The team started the Arizona dominant game and holding the opponent attack a few yards. In the first campaign of attack in touchdown run by Jonathan Dwyer. Following, intercept Eli Manning and the Cardinals ended the first quarter winning by 10-00.

After the poor start, the hosts began to find the game and noted their first points in the game on Eli Manning pass to Rueben Randle, who beat Patrick Peterson marking the endzone and took six points for the Giants. In the third quarter it was time for Daniel Fells received a pass from Manning and the Giants turn the game: 14-10.

Quandoa victory seemed forwarded to the New York team, the turnovers appeared, vacillation and also the victory escaped. After a 37-yard FG Chandler Catanzaro, the Cardinals got a punt return for a touchdown with Ted Ginn Jr and turned the score at MetLife Stadium. On the next play, fumble return in Q. Demps and returned the ball to the Cardinals, who enshrined the victory with two FGS Catanzaro.

In week 3, the Cardinals will defend the leadership of the division in a tricky duel against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at 17.05 (GMT). Already the Giants will get the Texans, also on Sunday at 14h.
 
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