Arizona Cardinals vs Philadelphia Eagles: Good, bad, and ugly
Not much to sugarcoat on Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals looked just plain bad and ugly in 34-7 loss
Jumping out to a 21-0 first quarter lead, the game was already over. For the Arizona Cardinals, it didn’t get much better.
That’s not to say the Cardinals didn’t try and fail some more, because there were plenty of mistakes to be made. Oh, and more injuries.
The Cardinals lost their long snapper Aaron Brewer to a broken wrist. Unfortunately major injuries are becoming a staple of this season’s team. Defensive tackle Josh Mauro and guard Even Boehm took over the long snapping duties from there.
On Sunday there wasn’t one thing that the Cardinals can point at like there have been in other games. This one was total domination by the Philadelphia Eagles from start to finish.
This one wasn’t pretty. Not much good but plenty of bad and ugly to go around. No excuses, that’s what we talked about before the game.
Now the Cardinals need to regroup and get back to working on their issues. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be in town next week.
First though, let’s recap the good, the bad, and the ugly. Everything is what it is. There are many things to work on this week.