5 biggest disappointments in Arizona Cardinals loss

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GLENDALE, ARIZONA – SEPTEMBER 29: Christian Kirk #13 of the Arizona Cardinals runs with the ball while attempting to avoid a tackle by Bobby Wagner #54 of the Seattle Seahawks during the second half at State Farm Stadium on September 29, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. Seahawks won 27-10. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

The Arizona Cardinals lost to the Seattle Seahawks 27-10 on Sunday at State Farm Stadium

As far as we all should be concerned, if the Arizona Cardinals didn’t see the month of September for awhile, that would be fantastic.  After losing to the Seattle Seahawks 27-10 on Sunday, they dropped to 0-3-1 after going 0-4 in 2018 in the month of September.

They was very little that went right for the Cardinals in any facet of the game.  The Seahawks controlled both sides of the ball most of the afternoon.

There were so many disappointments from game, 5 of them doesn’t do this piece justice. However, some were bigger than others.

Almost no one can hide from this week’s assessment of how the Cardinals played.  maybe the only one that gets a pass is receiver Larry Fitzgerald who became the second all-time receiver in number of NFL receptions.

Late game injury

Above all the other things we should be disappointed in on Sunday, the Cardinals down 27-10 with the game 3 seconds from being over, receiver Christian Kirk gets injured.  He had to be helped off the field by trainers.

No way should Kirk even been in the game at that point.  While it is appreciated the team played out the final snaps to try and get a meaningless score, maybe throwing a guy like Andy Isabella in there would have been better?

That does not mean we should want anyone hurt, just losing a guy like Kirk for awhile could hurt.  Now we wait and find out what happens to Kirk with whatever injury it ends up being.

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