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Arizona Cardinals move to 2-0 with 30-15 win over Washington Football Team

Washington Football Team v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images

It was a great first half, and a strong final 6:30 in the fourth quarter, but the second half left a lot to be desired and showed us that there is still a lot to work on.

The Arizona Cardinals beat the Washington Football Team 30-15 to move to 2-0 on the season.

The Arizona Cardinals gave up a score midway through the fourth quarter to bring the score to 27-15, then the Cardinals showed us they can play offense and drain the clock in a game.

Kyler Murray finished the game with 286 yards passing, one touchdown and one interception, but he also was dominant on the ground again, finishing with 67 yards rushing and two touchdowns on only eight carries.

Kenyan Drake put the work in, finishing the day with 86 yards on 20 carries, while the receivers all had nice days.

DeAndre Hopkins finished with eight catches for 68 yards and his first touchdown.

Larry Fitzgerald had seven catches for 50 yards.

Christian Kirk had two catches for 57 yards and Andy Isabella had two catches for 67 yards.

The Cardinals defense finished with four sacks, but showed some big flaws in the second half and that they have work to do.

The Arizona Cardinals are 2-0 for the first times since 2015, and have a great chance to continue their winning ways for the next three weeks.

The best part, there is plenty to work on, but the Cardinals are still 2-0.