The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals didn't do much scoring after Tarvaris Jackson led his team to a 13-10 lead. Like, none. After Jackson scored his touchdown, here were the next couple of drives.
Arizona: Three plays, five yards, punt
Seattle: Three plays, two yards, punt
Arizona: Five plays, 17 yards, punt
Seattle: Three plays, nine yards, punt
Arizona: Three plays, nine yards, punt
Seattle: Three plays, -19 yards, punt
Boy, that was fun.
Finally, Arizona and Kevin Kolb got the offense going. Alfonso Smith picked up a first down on two rushes, then picked up another first down on 4th and 1. Kolb found his tight end Todd Heap down the middle to put the Cardinals in field goal range, but Jay Feely's 49 yard field goal fell short of the uprights. After Arizona got the ball back after the two minute warning, Kolb completed passes to Andre Roberts and Early Doucet to put the Cardinals at midfield, were the beneficiaries of a pass interference penalty on 4th down by Marcus Trufant, but then Kolb threw a pass that missed Heap and was picked off by Kam Chancellor to pretty much seal things up. It's Seattle's first victory of the season.
For more on the game, talk with Seahawks fans at Field Gulls and Cardinals fans at Revenge of the Birds.