Cardinals vs. Rams Video: Patrick Peterson Interception

The Arizona Cardinals are sticking in it with the St. Louis Rams. They might have Patrick Peterson to thank for a tremendous turnover.

The Rams looked ready to go for the big ball when St. Louis tailback Stephen Jackson threw the ball back to his quarterback Sam Bradford on a flea-flicker, as Bradford aired it out for Brandon Lloyd. Bradford's pass was underthrown though, and Peterson was in position to make a play on the football and intercept this ball and kill the chances of the Rams to score on this possession.

Check out video of the pick after the jump!


This interception is all the more impressive because it came off the heels of perhaps one of the most impressive interceptions in LSU Tiger history by Eric Reid last night against Alabama.

Eric Reid #1 Interception (via Cajunomics)

So Peterson's pick is only the second most impressive interception by a Tiger this weekend. I think Peterson will be happy with that though if he can join LSU in the win column.

To discuss the game with Cardinals fans, go to Revenge of the Birds. To discuss it with the Rams, head to Turf Show Times.

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