Cardinals’ Half-Hearted Effort Enough to Beat Rams

Posted: 23rd November 2009 by Ron Clements in NFL
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ST. LOUIS ù In just one half of football, Kurt Warner did enough to beat his old team. After leading the Arizona Cardinals to a 21-3 halftime lead, Warner left with a reported head injury. While backup Matt Leinart was ineffective for the Cardinals, Warner's 2003 replacement in St. Louis, Marc Bulger, led the Rams on a valiant comeback that came up short. Bulger threw for 215 yards, Steven Jackson ran for 116 and a score, but Arizona held on for a 21-13 win Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome. "We played about as good as we could play in the first half, and the Rams played hard in the second half," said Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt. "They believe in what they are doing." The Rams cut the Arizona lead to 21-13 with 7:08 remaining on a one-yard Steven Jackson touchdown after Danny Amendola haul ...

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