Arizona Cardinals: The Good, bad, ugly vs Los Angeles Rams
Now to be fair he wasn’t all bad but the bad was enough to cost the Cardinals the game. It started with his two early picks. They helped put the Cardinals in a early hole they never completely dug out of.
His second interception was returned by Rams linebacker Alex Ogletree for a touchdown. After the first 15 minutes, the Cardinals found themselves down 16-0.
Gabbert did throw a nice touchdown pass, described earlier, to Fitz. However he missed open receivers a couple of times in the game that cost the Cardinals scoring opportunities.
Guess who adjusted at halftime to making things better for themselves for the second half? Yes, not the Cardinals.
The Cardinals had a great thing going with the running game. They were finding hole after hole. They pretty much abandoned that attack, again. Williams had five carries in the second half.
The Cardinals couldn’t take advantage of getting back into the game and being down just 19-13 at halftime. They got the ball to start the second half but after just six plays and 18-yards, they punted back to the Rams.