The Detroit Lions had some success moving the ball in the first half against the Cardinals on Sunday. Holding onto the football was a different story however.
The Lions committed four turnovers in the first half alone against the Cardinals, and were down 28-7 in the second quarter. Often careless with the football throughout his career, quarterback Matthew Stafford threw a pair of interceptions, including one to Cardinals defensive lineman Cory Redding.
Stafford also threw an interception to Rashad Johnson in the first quarter, and Ameer Abdullah and Golden Tate lost fumbles in the half.
Stafford now has seven interceptions on the season. Arizona (3-1) scored 28 points in the second quarter.