GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There will be plenty of noticeable blemishes when the Cardinals roll the film of Sundays 24-21 overtime win over the Dolphins at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The offensive line and quarterback Kevin Kolb allowed eight sacks.
Kolb tossed maybe the worst interception of his career with his team poised to seize control of the game.
The running game limped its way to 28 yards without Beanie Wells (injured reserve) and LaRod Stephens-Howling (hip), the lowest total since a 13-yard effort against the 49ers on Nov. 29, 2010.
And the defense surrendered 431 passing yards to a rookie quarterback who entered the game with the NFLs 32nd-best passer rating. That total included an 80-yard touchdown pass one play after Kolb tossed an interception in the end zone with the Cardinals leading by one.
It wasnt pretty, coach Ken Whisenhunt said.
But, true to form, the cardiac Cardinals slapped some lipstick on this spotted, deformed pig. And when Jay Feelys 46-yard fie...