Not in The Cards: Jaguars Put Down Early in 31-17 Loss To Arizona

Posted: 20th September 2009 by Jack Harver in NFL
Comments Off's play-by-play account of the Jacksonville Jaguars' home-opening loss to the Arizona Cardinals does little justice to the first of two second-quarter plays that broke open a back-and-forth contest. 3-12-ARI 28 (11:57) (Shotgun) 9-[David] Garrard pass incomplete short left to 81-[Torry] Holt. On the play, which reads like a garden-variety misfire by Garrard, Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson hit Holt before the football did. This run-of-the-mill pass interference call, however, was missed by an otherwise nitpicky officiating crew in a game where 15 penalties were called—a number well above the league average. In context, the non-call came on a drive that started with Jacksonville's first stroke of luck on Sunday. The Jaguars forced Arizona ball-carriers into two fumb ...

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