GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- For a change, the Cardinals were the ones taking advantage of the mistakes of others.
The Cards turned four turnovers by the Lions into touchdowns, including Greg Toler's 102-yard interception return that was the longest in franchise history, in a 38-10 wi Sunday that end a nine-game losing streak.
Arizona's first victory in 2 months came a week after a 58-0 loss in Seattle, the most one-sided defeat in the long history of the franchise.
It was the Cardinals' first win since beating the Dolphins on Sept. 30, and it sent the Lions to their sixth straight loss.
The Cardinals (5-9) intercepted Matthew Stafford three times, returning two of them for scores and setting up a TD with the other. Rashad Johnson brought back a pick 53 yards for a touchdown to cap Arizona's 21-point second quarter. Patrick Peterson's seventh interception of the season set up another score.
"That's about as bad as I can play," Stafford said.
Another TD by Arizona came after Detroit...