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Cardinals No Longer Getting Pressure On Jackson, Trail Seahawks 13-10 After 3rd Qtr

In the first half, the Arizona Cardinals were able to sack Tarvaris Jackson of the Seattle Seahawks four time. The third quarter was a different story, though. Seattle's offensive line has been able to protect Jackson better, and scored a touchdown to take a 13-10 lead over the Cardinals with an 11-yard scramble by Jackson. 

The play capped a 14 play, 72 yard drive. 

The Arizona offense has been able to move the ball a little bit, but has struggled on third down. Twice in the quarter, they were stopped on third and one. 

Third down has also been trouble on the defensive side of things, as they struggled getting the Seahawks off the field. 

Starting inside linebacker Paris Lenon left the game with an injury and is doubtful to return. 

The game is still very winnable, but it is looking a lot like how the game in Washington went a week ago. Hopefully the offense or defense can generate at least one big play to turn the game around.