Heading into Week 2, Cardinals QB Joshua Dobbs claimed that there would be a “night and day” difference in Arizona’s offense, and so far, he has been completely right.
After Matt Prater missed a field goal on the opening drive, the Cardinals scored in four straight drives, led by a career performance from Joshua Dobbs.
At the end of the first half, Dobbs had thrown 12/16 for 146 yards; he also ran for an additional 41 yards and a touchdown.
The Cardinals, with 95 rushing yards, are already just one short of their Week 1 total.
Meanwhile, their defense has been just as impressive.
Through the first six quarters of this season, the New York Giants have still not scored a single point. This afternoon, they are averaging 3.1 yards per play and have converted a mere four first downs.
The Cardinals defense has one interception and two sacks.
Everything is going well for Arizona as they enter the third quarter with a 20-0 lead.