Cardinals Trade touchdowns in the fourth quarter to reach 16-13
The season has not been great for the Arizona Cardinals, but the team has turned its form around. Fans finally witnessed the team score a touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
It was James Conner, the running back, who sprinted over 22 yards to make the score 16-6. It was Pharoh Cooper who set up the touchdown with a 28-yard punt return. The throw set up the team on the 33-yard line.
The team fought hard for a first down, leading to Conner breaking free. The player scored the touchdown, giving fans immense satisfaction. The Buccaneers seem to get fired up after conceding a touchdown, as the team also broke free to earn a 33-yard kickoff.
With Deven Thompkins’ assistance, Leonard Fournette converted a short pass into 44 yards. This put the team in a scoring position, and Fournette capitalized on it optimally. It was Tom Brandy who helped the team score a touchdown with Rachaad White, making the score 16-13 during the final minutes of the game.
Fans have been anticipating such results long before the game. It was visible on several NFL betting sites where users were betting on the Arizona Cardinals. Arizona’s money line was +140, with a +3 point spread.
Even after trading touchdowns, the team seemed confident and content with its performance. Although the game was not as exhilarating as the Detroit Lions vs. Carolina Panthers, it was a treat to watch nonetheless.
The teams have recently produced a 37-23 game, increasing fans’ expectations for the game. Seeing the Cardinals finally score a touchdown has only boosted these expectations for the future.