It was a tough loss for the Arizona Cardinals today as they fell short by a final score of 25-24. Justin Herbert had a monster performance with 274 yards and 3 touchdowns including a game-winning touchdown to Austin Ekeler with 15 seconds left along with a two-point conversion to tight end Gerald Everett to give them the one-point lead.
With this loss, the Cardinal’s playoff hopes continue to dwindle as the season goes on and fans to say the least are not happy with another last-minute collapse by their team. Here are a few fan reactions to the game.
being an arizona cardinals fan probably what hell feels like
— Khiz (@KhizHoop) November 28, 2022
And this is only getting started with a lot of the reactions from the game. After another collapse, fans were clamoring Kliff Kingsbury again for play calling and clock management. So much so to the point that fans are calling for Sean Payton in what many are viewing this game as the Sean Payton bowl.
It’s time. pic.twitter.com/XgT92ZTl18
— ___…___ (@OIOOIlOO____) November 28, 2022
This man will save the Arizona Cardinals. pic.twitter.com/dfqsfCQdvJ
— andrew leezus (@AndrewLeezus) November 28, 2022
Kliff somehow found a way to give them 3 chances with 5 minutes left, truly generational 🔥 pic.twitter.com/CRrah3qK4A
— isaac (@isaachatcher311) November 28, 2022
Everytime I think the cardinals can't make me hate my life any more pic.twitter.com/0x4R4C0IqQ
— Depressed Cardinals Fan (@Josh_rod23) November 28, 2022
This is what happens when you play not to lose! Three drives that went nowhere in the fourth quarter. #FireKliff. Fire him NOW.
— PHX Fans (@PHXFansApp) November 28, 2022
— Kai Valenzuela (@DaRealKingZona) November 28, 2022
There were 5 times in the fourth quarter the Cardinals had a chance to put the game away and couldn’t. A lot of Cardinals fans are getting tired of the excuses of why their team can’t close games week after week. If this trajectory continues, Cardinals fans may get their wish when the season ends after having playoff aspirations to begin the season.