Broncos Vs. Cardinals Score: Brady Quinn, Denver Unimpressive In 1st Half, Losing At Halftime, 20-0

If the first half has taught anything to the Denver Broncos, it's that there is a significant talent gap between the first team and the second team. The Broncos are down at halftime to the Arizona Cardinals, 20-0. Plus, injuries have become an issue for the Broncos. Syd'Quan Thompson, Nate Irving and Britt Davis all left the game due to injury.

Brady Quinn has not looked sharp, He's made several bad throws, has had one pass intercepted and several others had a chance to wind up in the defender's hands. He went 4-of-12 for 26 yards.

The Cardinals offense clicked throughout the first quarter. Richard Bartel threw two touchdowns passes, a 19-yard one and a 48-yarder. Darcel McBath did pick him off on a nice play, but the Broncos couldn't capitalize on it. The rush defense has been solid, but tackling by the linebackers and pass coverage by the secondary has been lacking at times. Receiver Chansi Stuckey has 99 yards on four receptions.

Tim Tebow should play for the Broncos in the second half while Adam Weber has a chance to finally see some action later in the fourth quarter. Maybe the bad football will end in the second half.

For more on the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. Check out Revenge of the Birds and SB Nation Arizona for more on the Cardinals.

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