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Cardinals fans react to 26-9 loss to the Rams

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With nearly no offense for the Arizona Cardinals, their teams’ fans almost all reacted in unison to the 26-9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium on Oct. 15.

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Thanks to three field-goals by kicker Matt Prater, the Cardinals led at half time 9-6, but that was the only offense they got.

In the last two games against the Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, Cardinals quarterback Joshua Dobbs has given up 5 turnovers, thrown three interceptions and lost two fumbles.

Today, he threw 1 interception, threw for 235 yards and was 21-41 on his passes being completed.

Even though some fans also blamed the offensive line for various miscues, the jury was out on Dobbs.

Online, Cardinals fans were not happy about Dobbs against the Rams.

Due to the performance as well, Arizona’s injured, starting quarterback Kyler Murray’s name has been trending for a third-straight week.

Moreover, it was a field-goal shootout as Prater had 9 points and Rams kicker Brett Maher had 12 points from four successful attempts.

With the injury to Arizona running back James Conner, Keaontay Ingram started at RB and ran for 40 yards on 10 carries.

As the Cardinals are missing two of their bigger stars in Murray and Conner, the offense was quiet pretty much the whole game.

However, both defenses for each side played well in a low-scoring first-half.

Then, like other games this season, the second-half performance from Arizona cost them the game.

L.A. wide receiver Cooper Kupp and running back Kyren Williams scored two touchdowns followed by extra point conversions by Maher.

In contrast, the Cardinals didn’t register a single point in the second frame.

After the game, Arizona fans let out their emotions after falling to 1-5 to start the season.

With the loss, Arizona is 0-3 on the road and will head to Seattle next week to play the Seahawks at Lumen Field on Oct. 22 at 1:05 p.m.

Rams Pull Away from Cardinals in Second Half to Win, 26-9

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Alec Cipollini is a journalist covering the Arizona Coyotes, Cardinals and Phoenix Rising for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account @AlecCipollini

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