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The Arizona Cardinals trail big at the half as they try and comeback in LA.

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Chargers Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

It wasn’t awful to start.

In fact, the Arizona Cardinals briefly held a 10-0 lead.

Then it all fell apart.

The Los Angeles Chargers took advantage of the Arizona Cardinals weak run defense and Melvin Gordon went in from 28-yards out on a sweep, then the Cardinals forced a turnover and had the ball in scoring position. Their offense went three and out and the Cardinals Phil Dawson missed another field goal, this time a 46-yarder and it was all but over.

The Chargers went 64 yards in just under three minutes, Gordon scored his second touchdown of the game.

Then Josh Rosen threw a brutal interception on an intended pass to the full back, and Philip Rivers hit Mike Williams for a touchdown.

The Cardinals would then punt and the Chargers went 80 yards in 1:37 and Mike Williams caught his second touchdown pass of the game and the Chargers he a 28-10 lead at the half.

Maybe the most concerning matter is that Josh Bynes left the game with a thumb injury and things just got really, really bad after that.

Let’s hope for a better second half from the Arizona Cardinals.