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Cardinals focus on improvements despite big plays; Gaillard gets first start

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The Cardinals’ two biggest plays of the game — and of the season thus far — had some similarities. Both times quarterback Kyler Murray found a young receiver deep downfield. Both times he connected for roughly a 50-yard gain. And both plays, while explosive, came on drives that ended in field goals.

The Cardinals won 30-15 at home over the Washington Football Team on Sunday. They held Washington scoreless until nearly the end of the third quarter. They have won two in a row, and they have put up 54 points in two weeks. But after the game, coach Kliff Kingsbury and Cardinals players were quick to cite the things that did not go well. 

“There were a lot of drives where we stalled out,” Murray said.

Sometimes, the Cardinals were still able to score, but unable to capitalize with a touchdown on the bigger plays. Murray found wide

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