Cardinals tears apart the Cowboys and Andy Dalton lives an MNF for oblivion
Published by Soamas
October 27, 2020 8:37 am
The hopes place in Andy Dalton were not much good after the quarterback had a performance to forget. The Cardinals showed no mercy to the Cowboys, and on Monday they massacred by a score of 38-10 at Monday Night Football in week 6.
Arizona was a gale and took advantage of all the shortcomings of Mike McCarthy’s team. However, at first, both offensives lacked the necessary depth and unable to approach the field goal ranks. But the balance ended up leaning towards the visiting side. Thanks to the delivery of balls from the American franchise.
A tackle against Elliott that resulted in a loose ball recovered by Arizona opened the box that led to a night of terror. Kyler Murray showed no mercy on the offence and Kirk broke the zero. While in the next offensive series in Dallas, Elliott’s fumble repeat which later led to a touchdown by Drake.
Andy Dalton continued to be unable to find his body of receivers and prey to the nervousness was gaining repudiation. In turn, Murray, with a long pass to Kirk, added another score. The play was 80 yards.
Shortly before halftime, the Lone Star discounted for the field goal. But to no avail, Dalton racked up a couple of interceptions in the second half, and the Cardinals’ offence continued to take heavy blows. Murray scored a solo TD to seal around night.
Dalton earned the booing, and when the crowd was on fire. He finally got a touchdown pass to Cooper. But like a bucket of cold water, Drake ends up being the last push into the void.
It was the franchise’s worst home loss since week 11 of the 2017 season when they lost 37-9 to Philadelphia. So the criticism against Jerry Jones revives.
For Cowboys’ fans, there is the consolation that they still hold the lead in their division despite a 2-4 record. Although performances like those of this game, make Eagles dream of being able to snatch the place from them.