Washington Football Team vs. Cardinals Week 2 preview: How to watch
By Ian Cummings
The Washington Football Team hits the field again today, this time going to battle against Kliff Kingsbury and the Arizona Cardinals.
The Washington Football Team beat the favored Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1, but the Cardinals one-upped them with an even more impressive upset against the San Francisco 49ers — a healthy San Francisco 49ers squad, I should add.
Washington will now have to prove that their upset of the Eagles wasn’t a fluke, but they’ll be missing a couple key defensive players to do it. Can they string together two wins to start the season for the first time in a decade, and establish themselves as the clear leader in the NFC East?
We should have an answer to that question by tonight. But for now, let’s gear up for the game with a quick preview. You’ll be able to watch the game on Fox Sports at 4:05 PM eastern time, but if you don’t have access to a television or don’t live in the right area, you can also stream live on FuboTV or NFL Game Pass.
As of writing this, the three other NFC East teams are down a combined 51-3 against their respective opponents, so Washington has a legitimate chance to claim the division with some authority today. For everything you need to know about the Washington Football Team’s matchup with Arizona, you can peruse the pregame links listed below!
Riggo’s Rag Week 2 Pregame Links
Three keys to victory for Washington Football Team in Week 2 – Troutman
Washington DB Kendall Fuller out vs. Cardinals with knee injury – Cummings
Most underrated battle in Washington vs. Arizona matchup – Johannesen
Week 2 Reality Checks for Washington’s battle with Arizona – Payne
Week 2 Injury Report: Cole Holcomb out, Thomas Davis questionable – Cummings
Undercover ballers and bums from Washington’s win in Week 1 – Payne
Five players to watch in Washington’s Week 2 contest – Cummings
Washington vs. Cardinals comprehensive preview, prediction – Camenker
Examining Washington’s Week 2 opponent, the Arizona Cardinals – Eig
Five positives, five negatives from Washington’s Week 1 win – Johannesen
Evaluating Dwayne Haskins’ performance for Washington in Week 1 – Troutman
Studs and duds from Washington Football Team’s debut victory – Cummings
That’s it from us! Get ready for more football!