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Trio of Arizona Cardinals land on PFF list of notable failures

It's been a disappointing season for the Arizona Cardinals, and it was only made worse on Tuesday when three Arizona players made Pro Football Focus' "Had a Bad Day" team. The Cardinals lost 58-0 Seattle on Sunday, their ninth straight defeat of the season.

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It's hard to argue that any team in the NFL is worse than the Arizona Cardinals right now, and on Tuesday Pro Football Focus emphasized that by naming three Arizona players to their Week 14 "Had a Bad Day" Team. The "team" honors the worst performances of each week during the NFL season.

The three players who made the list were quarterback John Skelton, defensive lineman Darnell Dockett and linebacker Daryl Washington. They were part of an Arizona club which committed eight turnovers and lost an embarrassing 58-0 game to the Seahawks in Seattle.The loss was Arizona's ninth straight.

For Skelton, it was a specifically bad day, as he completed just 11 of 22 passes for 74 yards, with four interceptions thrown. Eventually, back-up Ryan Lindley replaced him.

Things weren't much better Dockett, Washington and the Cardinals defense, which allowed 493 yards of total offense and two separate Seattle running backs to rush for over 100 yards. Meanwhile, Seahawks' quarterback Russell Wilson threw just 13 passes, before he was eventually rested in the second half.

With the loss Arizona fell to 4-9 on the season, a winless streak that dates back to a September 30 victory against the Dolphins.

Arizona will try and get their first win in nearly three months when they host Detroit this weekend.