GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Marco Wilson and Isaiah Simmons scored touchdowns on two pick-6s late in the first half and used that stunning change in momentum to lift the Arizona Cardinals over the New Orleans Saints 42-34.
The Cardinals snapped an eight-game home losing streak that was the franchise’s longest since 1958.
The game was tied late in the first half
The game was tied at 14 when Saints quarterback Andy Dalton threw the game-changing interceptions on consecutive drives that were barely a minute apart just before halftime.
The Saints (2-5) next game is Sunday, October 30th vs the Raiders (1-4) at home in the Dome.