chase edmonds runs for the first score
After a boring first quarter, the Arizona Cardinals were finally able to get on the board. After a would-be 61-yard touchdown from DeAndre Hopkins, Chase Edmonds was able to get the Cards into the end zone, bringing them to a 7-0 lead.
packers get on the board, too
The Green Bay Packers were able to put some points on the board in the second quarter to answer the Cardinals' trick play. While it wasn't as exciting, Green Bay had a third-and-one from the two-yard line. Aaron Jones was able to run it in to tie the game.
a muffed punt leads to a packers fg
Rondale Moore is going to want this one back. While it was debated whether or not Moore touched the ball, the officials ruled that it hit off his finger, and the Packers got the ball at Arizona's three-yard line. Green Bay was able to get a field goal on this drive, heading into halftime with a 10-7 lead.
a murray int leads to a cobb td
Moore is going to want this one back too. Kyler Murray had a pass bounce off Moore's hands, which later lead to a touchdown for the Packers. Randall Cobb caught a two-yard touchdown, which put Green Bay up 17-7.
cardinals answer with a touchdown of their own
Arizona was able to answer with a touchdown of their own from James Conner. The running back was able to run it in from the two-yard line, making it a three-point game.
Packers win on last play
Speaking of wanting games back, AJ Green is going to want this one back. Not sure what he was seeing, but Murray threw a perfect touchdown which would have been the game-winner. Instead, Rasul Douglas intercepted Murray in the end zone, gifting the Packers a 24-21 win over Arizona. And their first loss of the season.
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