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Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks second half open thread

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Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images

Another week of Arizona Cardinals football, another week of shooting yourself in the foot, missing plays and just flat out ineptitude.

In what has become a shock to no one, the Seattle Seahawks scored their lone offensive touchdown on a Russell Wilson to Will Dissly pass and catch. Meaning four games, four different tight ends have touch down catches.

The offense has moved the ball into field goal range three times and have three points to show for it as Zane Gonzalez found his Browns rhythm, going 1-3 and exacerbating the offensive misses.

We’ve seen Kyler Murray miss a couple of throws.

We’ve seen David Johnson miss a couple of cut backs.

We’ve seen KeeSean Johnson miss a tough contested catch and we’ve seen Kliff Kingsbury miss some opportunities to ride a hot Chase Edmonds.

Yet, the defense has continued to struggle, forcing only one punt in the game, forcing no turnovers and otherwise struggling to make Russell Wilson and the Seahawks uncomfortable.

Instead of 20-9, it is 20-3.

Let’s hope for some improvement in the second half.