Arizona Cardinals vs Los Angeles Rams: Good, bad, and ugly
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals don’t have many positives to takeaway from their 33-0 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday
For all the good will built up last week in victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Arizona Cardinals squashed all of that early on Sunday in their loss to the Los Angeles Rams. It wasn’t pretty from the start.
From start to finish, it was very difficult to find anything positive from Sunday’s game. Sure there has to be a lot of frustration from the team and fans. That’s what happens when the team fails to show up.
There were some individuals who showed effort, but in reality most of the team just phoned this one in, especially mid way through the second quarter. There was a lot of bad and ugly from this one.
Then there is quarterback Carson Palmer. He was the one guy outside of David Johnson this team could ill-afford to lose. Now with a broken arm, he’s out for at least eight weeks, which takes them to the end of the season.
At least with Johnson, they found Adrian Peterson to replace him, for now. There is no equivalent of an AP on the quarterback side of things. It will be Drew Stanton show. For now, we take a look back at what happened on Sunday.