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Oakland Raiders safety Lamarcus Joyner is not a fan of the Arizona Cardinals new offense under Kliff Kingsbury.
He shared his thoughts on it during an in-game interview Thursday night.
“It’s pretty-boy football,” Joyner told Lisa Salters on the ESPN broadcast of the game. “It don’t allow the defense to play the game physical like the game was meant to be. When you go against an offense like that, you have to introduce that physicality to them because they don’t want to do that.”
Joyner and the Raiders’ defense shut down Kyler Murray and the Cardinals during the game.
Murray went just 3-for-8 on his pass attempts for a total of 12 yards.
The Cardinals quarterback was sacked twice during the game, including getting tackled in the end zone for a safety by Joyner.
Joyner also told Salters in the interview that he wanted to “run that kind of offense out of the NFL,” when speaking about the Cardinals’ offensive system.