The Arizona Cardinals have probably played their best overall game in years up to this point in today’s game. At the end of the third quarter, the Cards have continued their dominance, up 34-3 over the Indianapolis Colts. The 34 points so far today is the most the Cardinals have scored all season and they don’t seem to be done yet. On the ground, in the air, on defense, they continue to do it all.
Michael Floyd has had a great day. He is showing how he will be the eventual number one once Larry Fitzgerald retires, which I hope is a long ways away. Fitz has had a great game. Floyd currently has seven receptions for 104 yards. He has caught everything that has come his way.
As for the Colts, Andrew Luck tried a hurry-up offense to start the half, however they ended up failing on a fourth and four and that was that. The Cards have continued the pressure and the Colts haven’t been able to get on track.
The lone Cards touchdown and only score of the quarter was a five-yard run by running back Rashard Mendenhall. The Cards ended the quarter on a sour note, having to punt back to the Colts, which will take place on the first play of the fourth quarter. That’s all fine at this point though. The Cards well on their way to win number seven.