Arizona's offense lights up the scoreboard against the Saints 42-34
Arizona- The Cards put up some points on the Saints.
For the first time in two weeks, there were some touchdowns scored in the first half by the Arizona Cardinals and New Orleans Saints in the Thursday Night game. After being down 7-3 early on, the Cardinals went on a scoring clinic and scored 15 points in the second half to walk in the half with a 18-14 lead, despite Kyler Murray passing for 95 yards. Prior to the half, Murray had some kind words for his head coach about the play-calling.
I guess, everything was all good in the land of chemistry, because the Cardinals lit up the Saints in the second half. Talk about scoring, the Cards sent out a message to the league on both sides of the ball. Their defense forced a couple of turnovers and DeAndre Hopkins was just a menace in his first game back off of suspension. Hopkins finished with 10 catches for 103 yards, while Murray finished 20/20 for 204 yards and a touchdown.