Carson Palmer and Micheal Floyd put a victory in the back window after a slow start. It wasn't supposed to be this difficult. The Arizona Cardinals had won 2 in a row and were facing the 1-8 Jacksonville Jaquars without Luke Joekel, Blaine Gabbert, Justin Blackmon, Paul Posluzny and Will Rackley. Jacksonville was last in rushing defense and scoring offense. They hadn't scored a touchdown at home all season. They deserved their last place ranking and it looked to be an easy victory for Arizona. But then they played the game. The Cardinals overcame a 14 point first period from the home team and Carson Palmer had over 400 yards and Micheal Floyd a 91 yard touchdown with Arizona,making second half adjustments again, defeated the Jaquars 27-14 on Sunday. In a game when neither team could muster a running game - AZ 24 carries for 14 yards and JAC 16 for 32, the passing game came into effect. Palmer had his 6th career 400+ passing game and Floyd pulled down 6 reception for 193 yards, including the 91 yard run-and-catch scamper in the third quarter, breaking 4 tackles.