Arizona Cardinals Vs Washington Redskins Analysis: Finally Preseason Is Over

September 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins in their preseason finale did not look nearly as sharp as they did against the New York Jets a week ago, and the end result reflected the difference.
Cardinals coach Ken Wisenhunt and company appeared to have full momentum and total control from the opening kick. As usual, the Cardinals aerial assault was at it's usual effectiveness.
The surprise that I got from watching this game was how the Cardinals running game was able to keep possession of the ball at the right times, including a QB scramble from Matt Hall for a touchdown late in the third quarter.
The Burgundy and Gold did not seem to have a solid answer for anything, literally, thrown their way.
The only person seeming to have a rough night against the Skins defense was rookie QB John Skelton who missed all three pass attempts and threw an interception. The other three quarterbacks for the Cardinals went a combined 12 for 17 passing for 187 yards.
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