Yup, that one hurts. The Arizona Cardinals may have broken their game open against the Washington Redskins on one strike. Larry Fitzgerald beat DeAngelo Hall on a double move and hauled in a 73-yard touchdown catch from Kevin Kolb to give the Cardinals a 21-13 lead with 10:58 to go in the game.
The play was the first one of the drive. The Cardinals went to the shotgun and the Redskins showed blitz. Kolb appeared to change the play, which should have tipped the Redskins off. Instead, the Redskins still pressured and Kolb stood in there and lofted it up to Fitzgerald for the score.
It's still technically a one-score game, but the Redskins need something to happen now to stay in it.
We'll have more on the this game throughout the week in this StoryStream. For more on the Redskins check out Hogs Haven. For more on the Cardinals, head over to Revenge Of the Birds and SB Nation Arizona.