Bruce Arians addressed the media and was on the radio after having looked at the game tape for the win on Sunday. Arians wasn't thrilled with the team's play, although he was glad they got the win.
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"It’s knowing where you are going with the ball," coach Bruce Arians said. "But we’ve been lucky. We’ve had about three dropped."
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"He really did a nice job for us, and hopefully he continues to grow and develop as well."
"I was concerned until I saw him today," Arians said. "And then now he feels great, so we should just get better and better and just get stronger."
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Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians talks about the win over Washington.
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