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Cardinals fans react to 20-10 defeat to the Seahawks

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After the Arizona Cardinals lost to the Seattle Seahawks 20-10, they had their say on another offensively-quiet day and questionable play calls.

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Before the game, Seahawks star wide receiver D.K. Metcalf was inactive today and didn’t suit up, so they needed someone else to step in.

With a 28 yard catch, Seattle wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba scored the first touchdown of the game and the first of his career.

Then, ‘Hawks kicker Jaxon Myers converted the extra point and Seattle were up 7-0 with 4:47 left in the first quarter.

As the only offense in the first quarter, Cardinals kicker Matt Prater made a 44-yard field goal.

Shockingly, Arizona quarterback Josh Dobbs ran for 25 yards and into the end zone in the second quarter to make it 10-7 Cardinals.

Questionably, left tackle D.J. Humphries swiped his hand over a referee and was ejected out of the game.

Looking for an outlet, Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith found Jason Bobo and connected on a 18-yard-reception for a touchdown for a 13-10 Seattle lead.

Precisely, Myers would get the extra point after the TD and two field goals to help the Seahawks a 20-10 win over the Cardinals.


As they have struggled to get more than 10 points in a game in the past two, third-string quarterback Clayton Tune checked into the game in the fourth quarter.

When Tune made his first NFL appearance in his career, there were fans that were interested in seeing how that would work out.

Postgame Thoughts

Besides that rushing touchdown at 9:11 left in the second quarter, Arizona did not have another scoring play for the rest of the game.

Growing frustrated over the past few weeks, some Cardinals fans voiced their displeasure with Dobbs.

Quickly, after the defeat, there were other Arizona supporters questioning head coach Jonathan Gannon and his play calling.

The Cardinals now have a 1-6 record and still sit in last place of the NFC West.

Moreover, fans spoke on how they felt overall after the game.

Next game, the Cardinals face the Baltimore Ravens (5-2) inside State Farm Stadium on Oct. 29 at 1:25 p.m.

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Alec Cipollini is a journalist covering the Arizona Coyotes, Cardinals and Phoenix Rising for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account @AlecCipollini

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