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Three winners and four losers from the Arizona Cardinals lackluster performance against the Los Angeles Rams

Syndication: Arizona Republic Michael Chow/The Republic / USA TODAY NETWORK

Happy Monday one and all.

We are onto Carolina as the Arizona Cardinals get ready for the Carolina Panthers.

First though, we need to put a pin in the Cardinals latest loss to the Los Angeles Rams, so some winners and losers, before we get to snap counts tomorrow.

Let’s get to it.


Marquise Brown - Brown was great against the Rams on Sunday, one of the few Arizona Cardinals receivers who was able to catch the football. Tough to do sometimes I know. He put up his best game as a Cardinal and seems to be finding his groove.

D.J. Humphries - Humphries has had a nice start to the season after getting extended this offseason. He continues to be their best offensive lineman and maybe one of the best offensive players.

J.J. Watt - Limited more this week than last in terms of snap count, Watt continues to be the best defensive lineman on the team... Which I am not sure is a good thing, but he is producing. Two sacks in two games. The only two on the year.


Young LB’s - I really don’t know what is going on, but Collins played 35 snaps, Simmons played 16 and both had opportunites to make plays in those snaps and missed them. I would rather they miss playing every snap though. Especially with how this defense has looked with them and without them (Hint: The same... Poor).

Jace Whittaker - Whittaker had a tough day after playing his best game in the NFL last week. We can leave it at that.

Rashard Lawrence - Didn’t play poorly, but left with an injury and was seen in a brace/cast on his hand. He has been good this year, but he has missed time each season with injuries, and let’s hope this is not the latest.

Receivers - Catch... The... Ball. That goes for the receivers, tight ends, and running backs.