Wednesday, 11 December, 2019

Los Angeles Rams hand Arizona Cardinals loss easily

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Cary Erickson | 04 December, 2019, 03:26

Brock, 31, played in 10 games this season and made his seventh start in Sunday's 34-7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Goff passed for 424 yards.

In 2018, Todd Gurley did not play against the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium because of a left knee issue that sidelined and then slowed him late in the season and the playoffs. "But we didn't coach well, didn't play well and have to get it right this week". Does McVay want Goff blocking, as he did Sunday when the quarterback attempted to take on Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson on a 48-yard gain by receiver Robert Woods?

The Rams defense rebounded from its poor showing against the Ravens and shut down the Cardinals.

Over the last three years, the Rams seem to have the most success on offense when Gurley receives a ton of carries, and it would nearly seem foolish to not make this a top priority come Sunday when facing the Cardinals. "I didn't call a very good game and we didn't execute a very good game".

"Today, we proved we were a strong team".

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Yet that's where this Arizona team is after getting humiliated, 34-7, by the Los Angeles Rams Sunday. "If some teams lose and we keep winning, some things can happen".

Meanwhile, it was a long day for Kyler Murray's Offensive Rookie of the Year candidacy.

"Kyler's a victor, he's won at every single level", Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald said after the game. Murray also threw his fifth interception of the season, that would result in Taylor Rapp's first career interception and a defensive touchdown for the Rams. He ran for a 15-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter but was sacked three times in the first half after he was unable to avoid pressure he often sidesteps.

"The product, in all three phases, was not acceptable yesterday", coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday at his weekly news conference. "I think everybody understands that and we just have to go back to work and get better". "I know offensively, we just couldn't get a flow of the game".

Kick returner JoJo Natson suffered a hamstring injury that will sideline him four to six weeks. "Our defense needs to play better than last time".