The Arizona Cardinals were just good enough on offense during their best start in 38 years. Not even their stingy defense has been good enough to overcome the offense's ineptitude lately.
Unable to protect whichever quarterback is healthy or get out of their own way, the Cardinals have lost three straight games after a 21-14 setback at Minnesota on Sunday.
Arizona held the Vikings to 209 total yards, but couldn't keep them off quarterback John Skelton, who was sacked seven times and had two crucial turnovers.
And the Cardinals need to get their problems fixed soon. They play San Francisco on Monday night and have games against Green Bay and Atlanta coming up.
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