Is this a “trap” game for the 8-3 Rams? With a much-anticipated home date against the Philadelphia Eagles a week away, the Rams will have to guard against looking ahead against the Cardinals (5-6), who are coming off of a 27-24 upset of the Jaguars.
Rich Hammond and Vincent Bonsignore are reporting from the Cardinals’ home at University of Phoenix Stadium. Keep it here for live news updates, analysis and stats before, during and after the game.
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Start time: 1:25 p.m. PT
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TV: FOX/ Ch. 11
Radio: ESPNLA 710 & 93.1 FM
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