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Washington's game against Arizona doesn't make sense - unless you realize they weren't playing exclusively to win | Professional Sports |
"I wanted to give our guys something to have a little enthusiasm about. That's why I elected to take the points."

5 Takeaways From Washington's Game Against the Arizona Cardinals
The Washington Football Team traveled to play the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon and lost, 30-15. Here are five takeaways from the game:

Ron Rivera kicked that second half FG in Arizona so his offense wouldn't get shut out | RSN
Last week, Ron Rivera decided to go for it on a risky fourth down against the Eagles. His offense converted, and the coach was widely praised for the call.

3 instant overreactions to Washington's ugly loss in Arizona | RSN
Washington played a pretty awful football game on Sunday, and it feels even more disappointing after last week's incredible comeback win over Philadelphia.

Game Balls: 3 Standout Players in Washington's Loss Against the Cardinals
Despite the 30-15 defeat, Terry McLaurin, the running backs and Kevin Pierre-Louis were all vital to the Washington Football Team in Arizona on Sunday.

B-Mitch: Troy Apke is playing like 'he has cement in his shoes' | RSN
Troy Apke impressed the Washington Football Team coaches during training camp and earned a starting spot.

Brian Mitchell: Washington's struggles vs. Arizona a lot more than just Dwayne Haskins | RSN
Sunday afternoon's game in Arizona is one Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins will likely want to forget soon.

Snider: The D-Line Was Largely Neutralized
The Washington defensive line which received so much praise was largely reduced to Chase Young and not much else.

Dwayne Haskins isn't Washington’s biggest problem on offense
Washington Football Team quarterback Dwayne Haskins struggled in the first half of their 30-15 loss to the Cardinals, but the second-year QB isn’t the only problem, Rick Snider writes.

Washington-Cardinals Monday Stats Pack
A list of stats and notes from the Washington Football Team's 30-15 loss against the Arizona Cardinals, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Washington Football Team Public Relations.

Dwayne Haskins on offensive struggles: This is a process and we aren't going to quit | RSN
The Washington offense struggled in Arizona, especially in the first half, and limped to a 30-15 loss against the Cardinals.

It's clear what Washington's offense must do. What isn't clear is if they can do it | RSN
After one game in which it started off poorly but then put things together somewhat and another game in which it started off poorly, continued to play poorly and only put things together when the outcome was pretty much decided, it's obvious what the Washington Football Team's offense has to do.