The penalties were bad and many of the calls botched — including the last-second fumble that looked more like an incomplete pass — but if it weren’t for Kurt Warner throwing that interception that was returned for a touchdown in the first half, the Arizona Cardinals probably would have won. They should have either tried to run it in or settled for the field goal. I know the same play worked twice in the game, once before the interception and once after, but gimme a break. Warner had his eyes locked on Boldin while playing the number-one ranked defense in the NFL. He was begging for a Pittsburgh Steelers pick and he got one.
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