In Week 11 play, the Arizona Cardinals (2-8) will take on the Houston Texans (5-4) at NRG Stadium on Sunday.
The Houston Texans will have a few games to remember with pride if they do qualify for the postseason. For the time being, the most memorable is the 30-27 triumph over Cincinnati, which was secured by a field goal made on the final play by Matt Ammendola, who was previously playing in the XFL. It is an accomplishment in and of itself to head into Cincinnati and force the Bengals to appear to be the second-best group on the field for nearly three quarters. In the 3rd quarter, Houston led 20–7 and appeared untouchable. Houston played a fantastic game overall. Despite one poor interception, C.J. Stroud performed admirably, completing 23 of 39 passes for 356 yards including a touchdown. Devin Singletary, a running back, was an absolute beast, climbing on the way to 150 yards and a touchdown in 30 touches. Wide receiver Noah Brown caught 7 receptions for an incredible 172 yards even if he did not score. Joe Burrow was even knocked off twice by the defense.
As the NFL’s second half develops, Arizona is exactly the kind of group you want to be cautious about. The Cardinals have the ability to play loosely since they have important guys back in the lineup, not because they possess a strong chance to qualify for the playoffs, which they don’t seem likely. In Week 10, the Atlanta Falcons discovered that. The Georgia-based team went into the game with the intention of making the postseason situation, but the Cardinals, under the direction of Murray and James Conner, the returning running back, had the final smile, prevailing 25-23 on a closing-play field goal. They were excellent versus Atlanta’s passing attack, restricting their opponents to only a meager 70 net passing yards, a remarkable feat for a defense that has battled all season. The Cardinals looked like the team they used to be when they possessed the ball. They tend to leave points on the line on numerous drives, but they can still move the football very well and produce a few touchdowns. Murray’s go-to guy was tight end Trey McBride, who hauled in 8 receptions for 131 yards.
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Arizona Cardinals vs Houston Texans Game Information
- Date: 11/19/2023
- Time: 01:00 PM ET
- Location: NRG Stadium in Houston, TX.
- How to Watch Cardinals vs Texans : CBS
- Live Stream: NFL Game Pass