Shotgun, three receivers right, Britt left, one back.
After going with short and intermediate routes, Heimerdinger believes the Cardinals are ripe for a deep ball. So while Britt baits McFadden with a comeback route on the backside of the formation, Cook tries to slip behind McFadden on a corner route from the opposite side.
Young looks downfield and then is flushed from the pocket. He scrambles to the right sideline for a six-yard gain.
HEIMERDINGER: "I'm not thinking run [with Johnson], because of the clock. I've got to get closer. If we needed a field goal, I'd hit a run or a screen. But we need a touchdown. I'd have to get down to the seven or eight before I start thinking run. Vince does a nice job of getting out of trouble and not taking a sack."
YOUNG: "I wanted to throw it, but I had to be safe. That's one of the things that coach [Jeff] Fisher teaches about two minutes: A quarterback using his legs kills you. You see on the next play that the [Cardinals'] defensive coordinator [Bill Davis] got so mad, he blitzed me."