Arizona Cardinals vs Houston Texans: Good, bad, ugly
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals lose to the Houston Texans 31-21 but had their chances to come away with victory
Certainly the news isn’t all bad from Sunday’s Arizona Cardinals loss to the Houston Texans. However going down the stretch the bad and ugly sure outweighed all the good that had built up to that point.
The Cardinals had a halftime lead and also led in the turnover battle until that fourth quarter. The Cardinals and Texans were even 2-2 in the turnover battle on Sunday.
They should have learned a lot about who they can and can’t rely on going forward for the last six games of the season. The next three games are at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Rams, and Tennessee Titans.
There is plenty to harp on though. It seems like we have been discussing more bad and ugly than good as of late. The result on Sunday leaves more of the same.
However we will start with the good. There is some good to talk about and must not be ignored. The overall picture though leaves the Cardinals at 4-6 and with two consecutive losses for the first time this season.
Here’s a look at what took place on Sunday. Certainly a lot to discuss.