The Arizona Cardinals had a powerful 1st half, top the New York Giants 20- at halftime. They extended their lead to 28-7 early in the third quarter. Having said that, they suffered a considerable collapse and have been outscored 24- for the remainder of the game, resulting in a 31-28 loss in regulation. Head coach Jonathan Gannon took complete duty for the defeat, acknowledging that the defensive side struggled and that he ought to have prevented the group from losing momentum soon after halftime.
Gannon, who previously served as the Eagles defensive coordinator, also admitted that the defense failed to include the Giants’ quarterback, Daniel Jones, who was in a position to make impactful plays with his rushing skills. He emphasized that it was his personal fault and emphasized the require for improved understanding and execution from the group.
With two consecutive losses against the Commanders and Giants, the Cardinals now have a -two record. Their upcoming game against the Cowboys in the NFC East does not present any respite, as they recognize the require for enhanced coaching in order to assistance their players. In spite of acknowledging the work and intensity displayed by the group, Gannon emphasized the significance of enhancing their coaching methods to prevent related second-half collapses.