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Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers second half open thread

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Whatever that first half was, it was not good by the Arizona Cardinals.

Instead, we saw a team that continues to miss plays on offense and all of a sudden looks like the mirror image of a terrible defense from 2019.

If not for a bad throw from Teddy Bridgewater leading to a Patrick Peterson interception, this game would be even worse.

The Cardinals trail the Carolina Panthers 21-7 at the half.

Kyler Murray has missed some easy throws, Kenyan Drake looks a little slow, but the issue remains the defense.

It is basically wet toilet paper at this point.

And the Cardinals have $@+# all over their hand because of it.

Curtis Riley looks completely lost, but not enough to get the 8th overall pick in the game.

Something needs to change now.

Let’s hope for a better effort on both sides of the ball in this half.

Go Cardinals!