Sunday, October 26, 2008

5-second scoring drive and it is 17-all

After that fairly boring first half, the action is coming fast and furiously now, and the Panthers have pulled back into a 17-17 tie.

At 17-10, Arizona's Edgerrin James fumbled after a massive hit from Carolina DT Maake Kemoeatu at his own 18 and LB Thomas Davis pounced on it.

The Cardinals then compounded one mistake by making another -- they single-covered Steve Smith on the first play. Jake Delhomme threw a pretty ball over the head of Arizona's Roderick Hood, Smith caught it and it was 17-all. The entire drive took five seconds and only one play, and the score is tied with more than 20 minutes still to play.

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