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Twitter Reacts to the Arizona Cardinals’ 35-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers

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What were the best tweets from the contest as Arizona moved to 0-2-1 on the season?

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The Cardinals fought a tough game against the Carolina Panthers until the 4th quarter until it all fell apart and they dropped to 0-2-1 on the season.

But there were a lot of highlights and big moments

What were the top tweets from the day as Kyler faced Josh Allen.

Let’s take a look but it started with a starter being replaced:

The Cards started by getting marched down with the run game and tight ends up until a drive-changing play:

The Cardinals took over and went on a surgical 14 play drive with multiple 3rd downs converted and a LOT of Kyler Murray doing the Kyler Scurry.

The drive ended with 1 to 11, as everyone’s wanted:

The defense gave up to Kyle Allen, however, a TD on the ensuing drive.

And the offense, while they moved the ball, stalled out and they punted it back to Carolina.

Reddick stepped up on a crucial 3rd down.

On the ensuing drive, the Cardinals quickly got into the red zone with some nifty calls and well-designed and well-executed plays. Chase Edmonds got into the action too.

At one point, Zane kicked a field goal and the Cardinals’ right tackle for the last two weeks returned to the field:

#FlagGate reared its ugly head again as well.

Kirk dropped a surefire wide open deep passing play from Murray as well and there was a collective groan as it would have surely put them in position to score.

At halftime, well, the Cardinals were down.

Biggest thought through one half?

The 2nd half began with the Cards getting the ball.

And a Fitz clutch catch...

And then they drove into the redzone....and scored again!

Three touchdown passes for Cam Newton’s backup. Three!

Murray kept using the legs....too good results.

The Panthers scored on 4 straight drives after Arizona scored on a possession. Would they make it 5?

Yes they would.

And when it rained, it poured.

Kyler threw a pick and gave it right back to the Panthers.

All in all, it was a brutal day to be a Cardinals fan.

The fans came in with hope expecting a change only to see an ending with more positive strides than their 2018 counterparts.

Instead, it’s a brutal loss to a backup quarterback and the Cards will move on to look for their first win next week against the Seahawks.