Top Stories Jaws pointed to the Cardinals’ fourth play from scrimmagein last Sunday’s 32-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers,when quarterback Kevin Kolb was hurried and threw a passoff of tight end Rob Housler’s helmet that was interceptedby Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark.“I know this Cardinals team has a bunch of former Steelercoaches on their staff,” Jaworski said. “Do they know theSteelers blitz? Do they know that they’re going to bringpressure?“The first interception is absolutely mind-boggling, whenLawrence Timmons on a four-man rush comes in unblockedwith an empty backfield.”The Steelers turned Clark’s interception into a touchdownfive plays later when Ben Roethlisberger found anuncovered Heath Miller on a 12-yard scoring pass.Later in the game, Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb wascalled for intentional grounding in the end zone,resulting in a safety. Kolb was heavily pressured byLaMarr Woodley, who again was unblocked on a blitz. Thatplay extended the Steelers’ lead to 26-14. Comments Share Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ When an NFL team starts a season 1-5, there’s plenty ofblame to be spread around.Fans have mostly sprinkled that blame among thequarterback, the offensive line, the coaching, the lack ofpass rush and the play of the secondary.ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski breaks itdown in an even more elementary manner.“It’s either poor coaching or dumb players, I can’t makeit simpler than that,” Jaworski said while chatting withBurns and Gambo on Arizona Sports 620 on Thursday.