Things are going south for the Cardinals - and fast.
Already down 14-0 and with their feet planted in the goal zone, quarterback Kyler Murray tried to avoid a sack by throwing the ball away. The only problem was that he threw it straight to cornerback David Long, who picked up the pass and returned it 3 yards to a touchdown.
That game came after a lengthy review of a second-and-7 pass from Arizona's 4-yard line. The decision on the court was that AJ Green had caught the pass and then fumbled it. That decision on the court took several minutes, probably for someone to review it. But head coach Sean McVay chose to challenge the game and again proved right when the call was overturned for an incomplete pass.
Green did not have possession long enough for it to be considered a catch.
On the next possession, the Cardinals finally got a first try. But Murray threw his second interception into as many drives as a pass was tipped on the line and intercepted by defensive lineman Marquise Copeland.
But a team penalty put the Rams behind the chains, and Arizona forced a punt.