Rex Grossman's second interception of the day proved costly for the Washington Redskins in their game against the Arizona Cardinals. Grossman was picked off by Richard Marshall at midfield, and the Cardinals converted with a 21-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Kolb to tight end Jeff King to take a 7-0 lead with 3:54 to go in the first quarter.
Grossman's pass was intended for Anthony Armstrong, but he couldn't hold it in. Marshall picked up the tipped ball and ran it back to the Redskins' 37-yard line. Two plays later, King went across the middle wide open and eventually dove into the end zone in the left corner to give the Cardinals the lead.
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