Originally posted on Cardinals Locker  |  Last updated 11/25/11
The first meeting between these two teams came just three weeks ago in Arizona, where the Cardinals won 19-13 in O.T. on a Patrick Peterson punt return for a TD.  The Cardinals and Rams both had a rough time last weekend, as the Cardinals lost 23-7 to the Niners and the Rams lost 24-7 to the Seahawks.  Here is a look at the matchups in this game: When the Cardinals have the ball:  The Cardinals are likely to be more balanced than usual this weekend.  The Cardinals want to get Beanie Wells going against a Rams’ D that is allowing 148.1 yards rushing per game and 4.8 yards per carry.  If the Cardinals’ O-Line can keep QB John Skelton clean this Sunday, he will have a shot for a good day throwing the ball as the Rams are giving up 215.0 yards passing per game so far this year.  WR Larry Fitzgerald is a huge mis-match no matter who the Rams have covering him.  Early Doucet and Andre Roberts are starting to step up, so Skelton will be looking there way to in his game. When the Rams have ...
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