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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Carson Palmer knew Detroits reputation for penalties, so when he let go of his pass with the game on the line, a pass interference call was a definite possibility. Sure enough, Lions cornerback Bill Bentley collided with receiver Andre Roberts in the end zone. A flag was thrown, a 31-yard penalty was called. It was Arizonas only third-down conversion -- in 11 tries-- of the day. Two plays later, Rashard Mendenhall scored on a 1-yard run with 1:59 to play and the Cardinals won 25-21 on Sunday in Bruce Arians home debut as Arizonas coach. "Its something we talked about a lot," Palmer said. "Those DBs play the receiver, they dont play the ball, and when we have opportunities and theyre staring at the receiver, theyre going to face-guard. Dre (Roberts) did a great job setting that up." Jay Feely kicked four field goals and Carson Palmer threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to rookie Andre Ellington for Arizona (1-1). Ellington, a sixth-round draft pick out of Clemson, also had a 16-yard catch to start the deciding drive. "Its not always going to be perfect," Arians said. "Youve got to learn how to ride the emotions of the game, stay with it. I thought our coaches did a great job with some adjustments in the second half and some young kids really stepped up." Kerry Taylor, promoted from the practice squad Saturday, had three catches for 40 yards, all late in the game with Larry Fitzgerald sidelined with a sore hamstring. They were Taylors first NFL catches. Matthew Stafford connected with Calvin Johnson on touchdown plays of 72 and 3 yards, and DeAndre Levy returned an interception 66 yards for a score for Detroit (1-1), which led 21-13 midway through the third quarter. Time and again, Detroit found itself starting deep in its own territory. "I feel like we lost the field position battle today big-time," Stafford said. The Lions were penalized eight times for 101 yards. Asked how the team could cut down on that problem, Stafford said the Lions are trying. "Were making a concerted effort to try and play cleaner football this year," he said. "I dont know. Maybe (we should be) asking them to quit throwing flags on us, I dont know." Detroits Reggie Bush left the game after taking a helmet to the knee early in the second quarter, and played only briefly in the second half. "I was able to go back in the game, but I wasnt myself," he said. "I probably shouldnt have gone back in the game, but I tried to give it a shot. We will see what happens this week. I am not sure, but I dont think it is anything serious." Detroit also was without standout defensive tackle Nick Fairley with a sore shoulder. Arizonas defence, which held the Lions offence scoreless in the second half, forced Detroit to punt from its 8 late. "We pride ourselves on showing up when it matters," Arizona defensive tackle Darnell Dockett said, "and we showed up at the end of the game when it really mattered." The Cardinals took over at their 39 and Palmers 16-yard pass to Ellington quickly moved it to the Detroit 45. The drive stalled at the 32, and on third-and-8 Palmer threw deep for Andre Roberts, who slowed down to wait for the ball and was hit by Bentley. After an incomplete pass, Palmer handed off to Mendenhall, who stretched the ball over the goal line with one hand for the deciding score. Palmers pass on the 2-point conversion attempt failed. The Lions hopes ended when Nate Burleson was stopped short of the first down by rookie Tyrann Mathieu. While Feely was good from 47, 23, 43 and 33 yards, Detroits David Akers missed a 47-yarder and had another 47-yard attempt blocked by Justin Bethel. Stafford completed 24 of 36 for 278 yards and two TDs, but was only 8 of 16 for 77 yards in the second half. Palmer finished 22 of 39 for 248 yards. Actually, Akers misfired twice in Detroits first scoring threat. His 52-yard attempt was wide right, but Bethel was called for running into the kicker. Then, Akers 47-yard attempt was wide left. Feely made his 47-yard try to put Arizona up 3-0 with 11:44 left in the half. Three plays later, Stafford threw short over the middle to Johnson, who raced 72 yards for the score. Arizonas Karlos Dansby had a chance to knock the pass down or intercept, but Stafford threw the ball so hard it zipped through the linebackers hands. The Cardinals responded with a six-play, 80-yard drive on their next possession. Palmer lofted a 22-yard pass to Fitzgerald, then found Ellington open on a 36-yard play for the score to put Arizona up 10-7 with 7:32 to play in the second quarter. Detroit regained the lead with a 10-play, 92-yard touchdown drive capped by Staffords 3-yard touchdown pass to Johnson with 1:55 left in the half. 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Bilbaos first victory in four rounds lifted it four points clear of Real Sociedad and kept it in command of Spains last Champions League berth for next season. In contrast, Betis was left 11 points from safety after a dismal performance that at times bordered on self-destruction amid some questionable refereeing decisions. Cameron Meredith Saints Jersey . -- Jerome Williams glanced at Philadelphias schedule and realized he would be facing the Oakland Athletics yet again, with another new team. Kurt Coleman Jersey .ca presents a week long look at some of the teams and stories that will shape the up coming campaign.The Vancouver Whitecaps got back to winning ways last weekend, defeating the league-leading Seattle Sounders 1-0 on Saturday at BC Place. While the Sounders fielded a depleted lineup - they were missing five players who would otherwise be named in their starting lineup - Vancouver did what was needed to win the game. Defensively, the partnership of Johnny Leveron and Carlyle Mitchell comfortably dealt with everything the Sounders threw their way, while David Ousted turned in another strong performance in goal. The central midfield duo of Matias Laba and Gershon Koffie controlled the area in front of the back four, while attacking midfielder Pedro Morales returned to his customary role as the Whitecaps maestro. Had Erik Hurtado managed to convert a second-half breakaway, Vancouvers victory would have been more emphatic. With Vancouvers victory, many will believe that normal service has been restored. Led by players like Morales, Laba and Koffie, the Whitecaps have played entertaining football at BC Place this season. A 2-1 loss to the Colorado Rapids – where Laba was sent off for two yellow cards with the Caps leading 1-0 – is the only home defeat of the season for Vancouver. However, it can also be argued that Vancouver has perhaps punched above their weight this season. Just look at the Sounders. If the roles had been reversed and Vancouver – minus its top five players – played a full-strength Sounders lineup in Seattle, it is reasonable to expect the margin of victory for Seattle to be much more comfortable than 1-0. The Sounders have a much deeper squad than Vancouver – deeper than virtually every other team in MLS, in fact. Vancouvers reality is this: they do not yet have the depth to challenge the top sides in MLS over the course of an entire season. ‘Yet being the key word. Vancouvers head coach, Carl Robinson, knows that he needs to address this shortcoming. However, his hands are tied – or at least his salary cap space is - to three players. Injured skipper Jay Demerit, central defender Andy OBrien and midfielder Niggel Reo-Coker have all played a role in Vancouvers solid start to the season.dddddddddddd But it is difficult to see a future in Vancouver for any of the three beyond this season. In the case of Demerit and OBrien, age is simply not on their sides. 34 and 35 respectively, they are coming to the end of their outstanding careers. Reo-Coker, on the other hand, has seen his playing time decrease considerably this season, due in large part to the impressive form of both Laba and Koffie. Collectively, the salaries of Demerit, OBrien and Reo-Coker tally over $1 million – a third of Vancouvers salary cap space. The club simply cannot afford to have so much cap space tied up in three players whose roles are diminishing with time. This is the harsh reality of professional soccer; players are commodities to be bought, sold, bartered for and traded. Teams that are successful know that they have to constantly be searching for additions and upgrades to make their squad stronger. It is what Seattle did in the offseason, and they are reaping the rewards this year; the Sounders sit atop the MLS standings with 35 points from 17 games. 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