The Arizona Cardinals are expected to play their first-team offense when they head to AT&T Stadium for the final game of Week Three in the National Football League preseason. The Dallas Cowboys have said that they will not do the same, according to USA Today. The Cowbows plan on sitting starting quarterback Dak Prescott and star running back Ezekiel Elliott, as well as three of their four regular offensive linemen for the game that will live stream from Arlington, Texas, on Sunday night.
The Cardinals have some injury concerns as well — and despite the intention of new Head Coach Steve Wilks to play his regular starters — fielding rookie quarterback Josh Rosen will remain a game-time decision given an ongoing injury to his throwing hand, according to SB Nation. Rosen practiced with the team on Friday, indicating that he may be in line to get the start.
The Cardinal’s first-round 2018 draft pick — 10th overall — Rosen has shown strong signs of living up to his hype in Arizona’s first two preseason games — especially in Week Two against the New Orleans Saints. According to NFL.com stats, Rosen threw for 10 completions and a touchdown in 16 pass attempts for a passer rating of 102.9. The 21-year-old has not thrown an interception in 23 preseason passes so far.
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With the retirement of Carson Palmer at age 39, the Cardinals are relying on ninth-year veteran Sam Bradford — in his first season in Arizona — to keep the quarterback’s seat warm until the team is ready to commit to Rosen as the Cardinals’s regular starter. Bradford, who was the 2010 NFL Draft‘s top overall pick out if Oklahoma, is aware that Rosen is the future.
“He looked pretty good to me,” Bradford said after the game against New Orleans, according to NFL.com. “I thought he did some really good things out there tonight. Arm talent-wise, I mean, he is just extremely talented. And some of the throws he made tonight, it’s the same throws we watch him make in practice for the past three or four weeks. I thought he did a great job tonight.”
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