Cardinals Week 6 offensive snaps and observations

Tanya Simon
October 16, 2019

Veteran kicker Matt Bryant missed what would have been a game-tying extra point, resulting in the Atlanta Falcons' fifth loss of the season in Week 6 against the Arizona Cardinals. He became the third quarterback in National Football League history to record at least three performances with 300 passing yards within their initial six career games.

Murray had his best game as a professional, completing 27 of 37 passes for 340 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions.

At this point, given how awful the Falcons have been upfront, Deadrin Senat would be an arguable upgrade over the guys that are playing now. He's making strides as a pro passer, and the Cardinals have now won two in a row. He has also rushed for 238 yards and two scores.

Playing golf labor of love for PGA Tour's top rookie
Woodland will also play in the PGA Tour's inaugural event in Japan next week, the $9.75 million Zozo Championship . The Englishman ranks sixth by the stat model with his strengths in his tee-to-green and around-the-green games.

The Cardinals were productive on offense in the first half and this time had some success in the red zone, which was a problem in previous games. Kyler Murray converted a crucial third down, scrambling for 5 yards to seal the victory. The Falcons stayed on the road, flying directly to Phoenix and practicing for a week in the desert before Sunday. The Falcons failed to force a three-and-out on the next drive.

Arizona's Chandler Jones had arguably the biggest defensive play of the game when he sacked Ryan and forced a fumble in the fourth quarter.

Matt Bryant knew he missed a crucial extra point Sunday.

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