ST LOUIS, MO - The Arizona Cardinals trying to remain unbeaten, taking on the Rams in St. Louis, but the Rams defense put a stop early on to any idea the Cardinals may have had of winning.
After Sam Bradford led the Rams on an early scoring drive and Cardinals quarterback, Kevin Kolb got sacked nine times, the Rams proved to be the better team tonight, beating the Cardinals 17 to 3.
Bradford with a huge 52-yard touchdown pass to Chris Givens and a seven yard TD pass to Lance Kendricks to pull him out of a slump.
Robert Quinn with three of the Rams nine sacks against Kolb, leaving Kolb bumped and bruised, and leaving the Cardinals without a touchdown for the first time this season.
Under new head coach Jeff Fisher, the Rams are now 3 and 1 on the season, after winning just two games all last season, including being 3-0 at home for the first time since 2003.
The Rams put an end to the Cardinals seven game win streak in St. Louis and drop them from the ranks of the unbeaten.
Arizona will host Buffalo back at University of Phoenix Stadium on October 14th.
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