The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks played to a 6-6 tie on Sunday night
Usually if you see a 6-6 score at the end of NFL overtime, you probably are thanking your lucky stars that you didn’t watch. Although some who watched called it the worst game they’d ever seen, I’d hardly categorize it as such.
There was some good defense, especially by the Arizona Cardinals. The Seattle Seahawks special teams shined for the most part, save for their last field goal attempt.
The Cardinals offense believe it or not, piled on over 400 yards of offense. They just couldn’t put it together when they got close to scoring position.
Let’s not kid ourselves though. This game could have been much prettier as far as both teams are concerned. Seattle did little on offense until overtime.
There are plenty of issues to talk about when it comes to the Cardinals as well. Special teams, offensive execution at clutch times, and poor coaching decisions all played a part in the end result in front of a national television audience.
So what was good? What was bad? What was ugly? There was plenty to go around for each.