Washington Football Team: Studs and duds from Week 2 loss to Cardinals
The Washington Football Team lost to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 2. Here are the studs and duds from that contest.
For the second straight week, the Washington Football Team fell behind very early against a tough opponent. For the first time this season, they weren’t able to mount a monumental comeback.
Washington fell in Arizona by a score of 30-15 as Kliff Kingsbury’s squad built an insurmountable lead in the first half. Kyler Murray had a nice day and while the Washington defense improved greatly in the second half, their offense just didn’t have enough fire power to keep pace and make things interesting.
Losing to the Cardinals isn’t a huge deal for Washington. They were expected to have some issues with the strong offensive team after a solid win over the Eagles. But the way in which they lost was a bit disappointing, as many of the same flaws from the previous week still existed for Washington.
With that said, despite some of the bad performances that Washington got from some of their players, they also had some standouts in the loss. Here’s a look at the studs and duds from the game and how they could impact Washington moving forward.