John Skelton has been very solid - better than Kevin Kolb has been all year - but the Arizona Cardinals still trail the Cleveland Browns by a score of 10-7 at halftime. Peyton Hillis is finally back to looking like the player he was last season, and he's the main reason they're on top through 30 minutes. He's carried the ball 15 times, getting the ball on nearly half of their plays, and he's gotten 69 yards and a touchdown out of those touches.
With Colt McCoy out due to a concussion, the Browns are a little more run-heavy than usual. Seneca Wallace is 9-15 passing, but has only passed for 85 yards as the Browns have played it very conservative.
The Browns had a 10-0 lead until the final minute of the half, but Skelton led an excellent two-minute drill from his own 35-yard line that featured an incredible improvised jump pass to Chester Taylor and a nine-yard touchdown pass to Andre Roberts with 19 seconds left in the second quarter.