There is no longer an undefeated team in the NFL. The Cardinals lost their first game of the season Thursday in Arizona, losing 24-21 to the Green Bay Packers.
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The crowd favorites had a golden chance to preserve their perfect record, but Kyler Murray suffered an interception by Rasul Douglas, as wide receiver AJ Green was targeted in the end zone.
Murray, who had a difficult game, finally completed 22 of his 33 passes for 274 yards, in addition to being the victim of two interceptions. He was deprived of his favorite weapon, DeAndre Hopkins, for most of the game as he was injured.
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On the Packers’ side, Aaron Rodgers did just enough without being sparkling. He made 22 of the 37 surrenders he attempted, for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Rodgers, however, benefited from the ground play of his own.
Running back AJ Dillon was the most productive, scoring 78 yards on 16 carries. Aaron Jones added 59 yards on 15 carries, but he also assisted in the overhead, with seven catches for 51 yards.