Cardinals Vs. Titans: Kevin Kolb And Cardinals Struggle In Loss To Tennessee

The Tennessee Titans beat the Arizona Cardinals 32-27 on Thursday night at LP Field in Nashville. Arizona led 27-26 midway through the fourth quarter until the Titans scored on two consecutive drives, seizing a 32-27 lead after a 11-yard Javarris James touchdown run. Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb threw for 156 yards and completed 17-of-22 passes, but threw two interceptions, including a pick-six to begin the second half.

Tennessee led 17-10 at the end of the first half after Titans quarterback Jake Locker threw two touchdown passes and kicker Rob Bironas converted a 39-yard field goal. Kolb managed to answer Locker in the second quarter, hooking up with Andre Roberts with less than 10 seconds remaining in the half.

Cardinals backup quarterback John Skelton also struggled on Thursday night, completing 4-of-10 passes and throwing one interception.

Larry Fitzgerald collected 91 yards on five catches, while William Powell led Cardinals running backs with 71 yards on 7 carries including a touchdown.

For more news and analysis on the Arizona Cardinals, check out Revenge of the Birds.

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