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Joshua Dobbs claims “night and day” difference in the Cardinals offense

Sep 10, 2023; Landover, Maryland, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Joshua Dobbs (9) throws a pass in the 4th quarter against the Washington Commanders at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Brent Skeen-USA TODAY Sports

Last Sunday, Joshua Dobbs led the Cardinals offense to a total of just 210 yards in his third career start. Following an initial field goal, the Cardinals offense punted twice, failed to convert one 4th down, and lost two fumbles in the second half.

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But, according to Dobbs, Arizona is looking to do a complete 180 this weekend against the Giants.

With a little more practice under the new playbook, Dobbs claims there is a “night and day” difference between how the offense looked on Sunday and where it stands today.

Drew Petzing, the Cardinals offensive coordinator, shared a similar enthusiasm.

Since 2012, the Cardinals have won their last four meetings against the Giants. They have done so by outscoring New York 101-42.

Joshua Dobbs, who is still looking for his first win as a starting quarterback, hopes to continue this win streak on Sunday in front of the home crowd.

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