The Arizona Cardinals debuted 2018 with a woeful performance. The Cards fell to the Washington Redskins 24-6 and were dominated in nearly every important statistical category. Jody Oehler puts most the blame on an offensive strategy from a foregone era.
Oehler says the Cardinals offense lack three key tenets which successful teams use in the modern day NFL. Listen to The Drive breakdown the putrid performance and diagnose what can be done to avoid a truly disastrous season.
The offense was just 1/8 converting on third down, while wide receivers not named Larry Fitzgerald caught one pass for four yards. Veteran quarterback Sam Bradford threw for just 153 yards with an interception and a fumble lost. Running back David Johnson rushed for only 37 yards and salvaged a slow day on the ground with a TD late in the third quarterback.
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