NFC West gets tougher for Arizona Cardinals

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CLEVELAND, OHIO – SEPTEMBER 22: Clay Matthews #52 of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates a fourth quarter tackle with Aaron Donald #99 during a game against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 22, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

The Arizona Cardinals are the only winless team in the NFC West through three weeks

It was nice to see the Arizona Cardinals fight back after three miserable quarters in week 1 against the Detroit Lions.  It was nice to see the road fight at the Baltimore Ravens as well.

On Sunday it was a great start for the Cardinals offense.  However it was a poor second half defensive effort against the Carolina Panthers and took the Cardinals to 0-2-1 after three weeks.

Los Angeles Rams

This team looks as close to as unbeatable as anyone.  Even when they don’t look at their best, such as Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns, they still pulled out a 20-13 victory thanks to a great defensive effort at the end of the game.

They’ve defeated the Browns, the New Orleans Saints, and the Carolina Panthers.  They are well on their way to defending their NFC West title from a season ago now at 3-0.

The Cardinals don’t have to play the Rams until December, but that will be two of their final five games of the season.  By then, the Cardinals may still not have their first victory.

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