The Cardinals haven’t had a great start to the season at 1-2 after losing to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3 20-12. The offense has been the issue, which is even more concerning. Arizona was unable to score a TD last week, though Marquise Brown racked up 140 yards on 14 receptions. The run game has been pretty lackluster, split between James Conner, Eno Benjamin and Darrel Williams.
The Panthers bounced back after dropping the first two games of 2022. Carolina was able to hold off the Saints in Week 3 thanks to solid defensive play. The Panthers forced QB Jameis Winston into two INTs and were able to bend-not-break in the passing game. The run defense held Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram mostly in check.
Cardinals vs. Panthers
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