This week's Cardinals vs. Jaguars matchup looked like a potential trap game for Arizona, and for the first half the Jaguars played their part. The game was tied 14-14 at the half, and the score wasn't indicative of the play on the field, as Jacksonville was clearly the better team through 30 minutes of play.
The Cardinals, though, straightened out their issues in the second half and proceeded to stifle the Jaguars' offense on their way to a 27-14 victory. Arizona moves to 6-4 and looks poised to make a run at an NFC playoff spot.
Jacksonville, meanwhile, put in a promising performance today. The Jaguars played hard and fast all game, and the score would've been much closer were it not for two Chad Henne interceptions and a 91-yard touchdown catch by Arizona's Michael Floyd that featured a handful of missed tackles.
Similar to last week, the Jaguars were not dominated like they were almost every week before their bye, which is a promising trend for fans that deserve to see a few wins. What did we learn from Jacksonville in Week 11?