If you're looking for the Minnesota Vikings, check the woodshed behind the University of Phoenix Stadium. Maybe the Vikings read too many press clippings. Maybe they got arrogant and complacent after taking that early 7-0 lead. Whatever the reason, the Vikings allowed the Arizona Cardinals to thoroughly obliterate them en route to a 30-17 loss that wasn't nearly as close as the score indicates. Like every football beatdown since the beginning of time, it started on the lines. Specifically, what the Cardinals offensive line did to the Vikings defensive line. The Vikings came into the game with more sacks than any other team in the league; the Cardinals held them to none, and only three quarterback hits. Arizona doubled and chipped Jared Allen periodically throughout the game, keeping him aw ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by JP Frederick