After six straight losses for the Arizona Cardinals, they wanted to get their offense going early against the St. Louis Rams, who have not won a game since their Week 5 win over Arizona, and they did.
After the defense forced a Rams punt on their first drive, the Ryan Lindley era began well. He led a 15-play, 91 yard drive that ended in a Beanie Wells one-yard touchdown run. On the drive, Beanie carried the ball six times for 15 yards and the score. Lindley was 7/8 on the drive for 59 yards, hitting Larry Fitzgerald three times and Rob Housler and Andre Roberts twice each.
For the first time in a while, the offense didn't look stuck. It is early, but for the first time in a long time, the feeling on offense is good.
They lead by a touchdown and have the ball to start the second quarter. Are the Cardinals on their way to ending their losing streak?