Arizona Cardinals: 3 things we need to see from offense
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals offense was able to score three touchdowns on Sunday but two were on short fields
Blaine Gabbert played well enough in the Arizona Cardinals 31-21 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. He threw three touchdown passes.
He did throw two interceptions but they both came at a time the Cardinals had bailed on the running game and were trying to attempt a comeback. One of the two picks could have gone either way on the throw.
That being said, the Cardinals could have scored so many more points on Sunday and won the game running away. However the offense had a lot of issues keeping them from doing so.
There are a few things the Cardinals should do differently this upcoming Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars are just as good, if not better, defensive team than the Texans at this point.
Any entertaining thought of putting together a winning streak with home games over the next three weeks will start and end with the quarterback. In between however, whoever the quarterback may be, he will need a lot of help.
Here are three things the Cardinals need to see on Sunday in order to have a shot at beating the Jaguars. These are all issues that have dogged the Cardinals on offense not just this past week but for most of the season.