The Arizona Cardinals are up against it.
Trailing Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers 24-7, Pro Bowl corner Patrick Peterson made what could've been the play of the game for the Cardinals.
Following a far too laissez faire lob by Newton, Peterson took off on what looked like could be an almost 95 yard interception return to the house.
Enter former Ohio State star Ted Ginn.
Originally recruited as a corner out of high school, Ginn went almost 80 yards to catch Peterson from behind. On the very next play, Ginn's fellow former Buckeye Kurt Coleman returned the favor by intercepted Cardinals QB Carson Palmer.
On a day that already saw Bradley Roby made a critical interception once-and-future Ohio State villain Tom Brady, Kurt Coleman got in on the act.
Just a play after Ted Ginn went almost 80 yards to save a touchdown and tackle Cardinals DB Patrick Peterson on a would-be interception return for six, Coleman picked off noted OSU trash talker (and USC alum) Carson Palmer.
A shame, really.
Does it get any more effortless than that?
In spite of the Lakers being a tire fire and head coach Byron Scott continuing to mismanage the 2015 NBA Draft's second overall pick, with passes like these, it's only a matter of time before he gets his.
Whatever works, Ohio State fans. Jalin Marshall goes all Odell Beckham Jr after a page right out of Urban Meyer's playbook at Florida from Buckeye QB J.T. Barrett. #GoBucks
The conditions look absolutely horrible. Credit to OSU's Terry McLaurin for really hustling and being Johnny-on-the-spot there in punt coverage. Now the Buckeyes just need to handle their business and try to avoid a similar fate themselves in the sleet and rain.
D'Angelo Russell had no mercy on the veteran Jarrett Jack, putting him in the spin cycle with a nasty crossover.
WE'RE NOT WORTHY.
Wouldn't expect anything less, really, to be honest.