The Arizona Cardinals are as bad as advertised on their offensive line, and the Buffalo Bills have already capitalized on that fact: Chris Kelsay has sacked quarterback Kevin Kolb in the end zone for a safety. It's now Cardinals 3, Bills 2 in the bottom of the first inning... er, in the first quarter.
Kelsay, rushing off of right end, simply bull rushed a lineman into Kolb's lap to bring him down.
Buffalo's defensive line - at the forefront of two of the worst defensive performances in the history of the franchise over the last two weeks, and missing two key players in injured starter Mark Anderson and top tackle reserve Spencer Johnson - has looked dominant through a handful of plays. Arizona has been stuffed on two running plays, Kyle Williams knocked down a pass, and now Kelsay has the safety.
Leodis McKelvin returned the ensuing safety punt into Cardinals territory. Let's see if Buffalo's offense can take advantage of some early momentum.