Watch highlights from Rams' Week 13 win over Cardinals

Ross Houston
December 4, 2019

The Los Angeles Rams rebounded Sunday from a disastrous performance to dominate the Arizona Cardinals 34-7 at State Farm Stadium.

In the first half, Rams quarterback Jared Goff threw for 323 yards in the first half with tight end Tyler Higbeeand wide receiver Robert Woods finishing the first half with 100 plus yards receiving in the half.

Woods was absent from a November 17 victory over the Chicago Bears. Goff went 32-43 for 424-yards and 2 touchdowns.

"He was just in the zone", Goff said, "as was I with him".


Woods had seven receptions for 107 yards in the first half as the Rams took a 20-0 lead. David Johnson showed some signs of running like football like his old self but was limited to 28 yards on four carries.

Like all other players cut this time of year, he'll have to pass through waivers, but he should draw interest from other teams. Veteran WR Larry Fitzgerald continues to be productive and led the team with six catches for 56 yards. Todd Gurley appeared to get back on track this week, rushing for 95 yards and a touchdown.

"Just try to do my job", said Gurley, who has rushed for eight touchdowns. Rookie running back Darrell Henderson could return kickoffs and rookie receiver Nsimba Webster could return punts, McVay said.

"Gave me a chance to get started and hit some holes", he said.


Lineman Aaron Donald had one sack and shared another with lineman Michael Brockers. Even though there were more losses than wins, there was a general feeling that Murray was improving, Kingsbury was quickly learning how to call an National Football League game and the Cardinals were heading in the right direction. "Came in and did exactly what you talk about the whole week". The Rams claimed him and he has been a valuable contributor for three-plus seasons.

"This is a pretty good start", cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman said Sunday. Six kickoffs went for touchbacks.

Brock being released is a big surprise as he has performed well this season when he has been on the field.

"I was over there for three years", said Cooper, who was drafted by the Rams in 2016.


So does Arizona's pass defense, which allowed another team to do anything it wanted through the air.

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