We have to start with the long-snapper. The issues with long-snapper Kameron Canaday started in week one. He was shaky in week two.
On Sunday he snapped the ball over place holder/punter Drew Butler that not only resulted in the lack of a Chandler Catanzaro field goal attempt, the ball was scooped up by the Bills Aaron Williams and returned the ball for a touchdown. It was a 10-point swing.
In his post-game radio interview, head coach Bruce Arians said that they are going to evaluate the position on Monday. It’s time. I would expect a change at long-snapper this week.
The rushing defense was just bad. You can’t allow your opponent 211-yards on the ground. It doesn’t matter who it is. Bills running back LeSean McCoy rushed 17 times for 110 yards.
When it was still a game at 3-0 in the first half, the Bills got a gift with a 24-yard reception by receiver Robert Woods. Cardinals Patrick Peterson was called for holding on the play. However replays showed it should never have been ruled a catch by Woods.
Nevertheless, the Cardinals were left flat-footed and on the very next play, McCoy went nearly untouched for a 24-yard touchdown run. The Cardinals never knew what hit them and the rout was on. Just ugly all around.