NFL Victory Of The Week: Cardinals Ambush Super Bowl Champ Saints

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Prilosec presents the NFL Victory of the Week. In Week 5, the Arizona Cardinals defense did a number on the New Orleans Saints in a 30-20 win.

This post is sponsored by Prilosec

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Each week on SBNation.com we'll have the NFL Victory of the Week, presented by Prilosec. The winning team is decided by conducting a poll on Tuesdays across all of the SB Nation NFL blogs throughout the 2010 season, with you -- the readers -- voting for the biggest win of each week.

This week's winner is the Arizona Cardinals.

The Cardinals have been struggling now that Kurt Warner has retired and Anquan Boldin moved on to Baltimore. They thought Matt Leinart would be the guy, then Derek Anderson. But last week when they decided to go with rookie QB Max Hall, no one gave them a chance against the Super Bowl Champs - the New Orleans Saints. Well, that's why they play the games. The Cardinals stunned the Saints with an opportunistic defense, and some lucky breaks on Hall fumbles to win 30-20. Hall didn't exactly light up the scoreboard or the stat sheet, but he did just enough to help his team get the Prilosec Victory of the Week.

Over 11,300 SB Nation readers voted this week, and it was a close battle. The Cardinals/Saints game had 25% of the vote, while the Raiders/Chargers game was a close second at 22%. Thanks to all SB Nation readers who participated.

Visit Revenge Of The Birds for more on the Cardinals.

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