This was a great response from the Arizona Cardinals, even if it was not enough to win the game.
No, the Cardinals struggled in this game to create consistent stops on defense and get consistent drives without turnovers on offense.
No, there were four turnovers in this game, two fumbles and two interceptions that the Cardinals dealt with in the game and it resulted in the Arizona Cardinals 31-24 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
It sucks to lose, but the Cardinals scored 24 points after scoring 32 in the past five games.
They held the Rams to 31 after giving up an average of 33 before.
No, instead they put up a better game on both sides of the ball while also showing they still have growth that needs to happen.
The wide receivers struggled to get open consistently, the pass rush was non-existent, the coverage was awful and in the end, you saw a rookie quarterback taking too many chances to try and get their team back in the game.
It was a season of up and downs for the Arizona Cardinals, but there is definitely something to be excited about heading into the new decade with Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury.
Let’s hope things go well this offseason for the Cardinals.