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Arizona Cardinals turnovers kill undefeated season in 24-21 loss to Packers

NFL: Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

All it takes is mistakes for the other team to have a chance.

The better team lost, but they did not play well either. Yet, at the end they still had a chance until the second miscommunication/error by a receiver lead to Kyler Murray’s second interception of the game and ended what could have been a memorable comeback.

Instead, the Arizona Cardinals fall to 7-1 after a 24-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

The Cardinals mistakes gave the Packers the game.

Rondale Moore had a touched punt that gave the Packers the ball inside their own five and three points in the first half.

In the second half, Moore had a ball bounce off of him into the hands of a defender that resulted in seven points.

And somehow, the Cardinals had the ball at the Packers five with 15 seconds left to go and the chance to win the game.

The offense did not play well and we will keep an eye on Kyler Murray who looked slow to get up late in the game.

However, despite playing bad it took Cardinals mistakes for the Packers to win the game.

Now, the Cardinals can go back to being the underdogs and looking hungry each week.