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Arizona Cardinals fans and media react to Bruce Arians halftime comments

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The Arizona Cardinals played a very, very bad half of football against the Indianapolis Colts. When asked on the sidelines about what was the problem with the offense, the response from the head coach was blunt and to the point.

It is the second time in two games we have heard Bruce Arians take issue with the play of Carson Palmer, which is a much different tone than he has set in years past, where he would go to extremes to defend him:

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That’s why, when Arians expressed concern over the quarterback play, it was a bit of surprise.

More interestingly was how that critique has been received within the media and fans:

What are your thoughts on Bruce Arians comments regarding Palmer?