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Jack Del Rio Presser: It looks like the Cardinals offense has a joystick in a video game

Jack Del Rio speaks to the media after today's practice

Jack Del Rio talked about coaching his first NFL game since 2017, and getting the win. The defense, like the rest of the team, started off slow. He said there were miscues throughout the defense early, but they continued to fight and finished the way they wanted to finish. They put their stamp on the game in the 2nd half.

Del Rio had heavy praise for 7th round rookie DB Kamren Curl who played the 2nd most rookie snaps behind Chase Young. Curl has been showing up since training camp, and has earned his way onto the field. Del Rio said it doesn’t matter how you get into the NFL, it’s whether you take advantage of your opportunities when you get there.

Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is a super talented player that the defense will have to stop. Arizona’s Air Raid offense wants to run a lot of plays and they have speedy guys running everywhere. Washington’s defense will have to stay fresh to keep up with them.

Slow start:

Strong finish:

Kamren Curl:

Kyler Murray:

Cardinals offense:

No fans:

Ryan Kerrigan:

Kevin Pierre-Louis:

Chase Young: