Offense stumbles in Arizona's second road lossPosted: Updated:
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- For the second week in a row, the Arizona Cardinals blew a chance to win late on the road.
This time, the offense shoulders the biggest share of the blame.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt called the performance of quarterback Kevin Kolb "uneven" in Sunday's 13-10 loss at Seattle.
The Cardinals were driving for a potential game-winning touchdown or at least a game-tying field goal and were at the Seahawks' 36-yard line when Kolb threw an interception with 1:15 to play.
Arizona was especially bad on third down conversions, going 3-for-14, 1-for-6 in the second half.