Rams are in first place in the NFC West after beating the Cardinals 38-28

Los Angeles Rams #23 Cam Akers (RB) tied the game 7-7 with his 9-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Photo by Jevone Moore.

12/7/20 GLENDALE, ARIZ - Jared Goff, and the Los Angeles Rams rebounded from last week's loss against the San Francisco 49ers and beat the Arizona Cardinals 38-21 to take over the NFC West.

Jared Goff for the Rams completed 37 of his 47 passes for 351-yards one touchdown, and the Cardinals' quarterback Kyler Murray completed 21 of his 39 passes for 173-yards and three touchdowns.

The Cardinals took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter after Murray threw a 59-yard touchdown pass to his tight-end Dan Arnold. The Rams tied the game in the second quarter 7-7 with a 9-yard touchdown run by Cam Akers.

Arizona Cardinals #1 Kyler Murray (QB) scrambling to find a open receiver down field. Photo by Jevone Moore.

The Rams got their first lead of the game when Goff threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to his tight-end Tyler Higbee that made the score 14-7 at halftime.

Matt Gay added to the Rams point total after he kicked a 39-yard field goal in the third quarter that made the score 17-7. The Cardinals responded with a 4-yard touchdown pass from Murry to his wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins that made the score 17-14.

The Rams increased their lead to 24-14 in the fourth quarter when Goff scored on a 1-yard touchdown run. The Cardinals made the score 24-21 after Keyan Drake's 4-yard touchdown run.

Los Angeles Rams # 22 Troy Hill (LCB) intercepted Kyler Murray's pass and ran it back for a 35-yard touchdown. Photo by Jevone Moore.

Darrell Henderson Jr. got into the scoring for the Rams after he broke free for a 38-yard touchdown run that pushed their lead to 31-21. The Rams Troy Hill (LCB) picked off Murray's pass and ran it back thirty-five yards that made the score 38-21.

Arnold scored his second touchdown of the game for the Cardinals when Murray threw a 2-yard touchdown pass for the final score of the game, 38-28.

Goff shared with the media during his post-game interview about getting ready to play Thursday night against the New England Patriots at home.

"It's always tough. Thursday nights are turned around quickly. We've consistently played well on Thursday nights, I believe, through our time here with the Rams. We'll have a plan, I'm sure, starting tomorrow and get ready. I saw what the Patriots did to the Chargers, so we'll have a challenge absolutely."

With the win, the Rams improved their record to (8-3) and will host the New England Patriots on Thursday Night Football, and the Cardinals (6-6) will travel to play the New York Giants (5-7). For more photos click on the link below. All photos are by Jevone Moore. #larams #arizonacardinalsfootball #nfl #camakers #troyhill #kylermurray #nfcwest #tgsportstv1