ST. LOUIS Kevin Kolb trudged toward the locker room, his gray hat flipped backward and his lips pursed, his once-unbeaten Arizona Cardinals unhinged and his offense a mangled wreck. The roar at the Edward Jones Dome was muffled behind him as he mumbled words to wide receiver Andre Roberts in a dimmed corridor. The siege that scrambled the harried quarterback was over, the results messy, and another spotless NFL record became stained.
Where to start with the Cardinals' offensive implosion during a 17-3 loss to the St. Louis Rams on Thursday, a crater that grew larger each time Kolb tumbled to the turf?
He was sacked nine times. Arizona's running game produced a scant 45 yards. The Cardinals, now 4-1, were held to 282 yards of total offense continuing a hide-your-eyes streak that has seen them fail to produce at least 300 yards in a single game this season.
"I think that's something that we're probably going to have to discuss in the locker room," said Arizona running back Ryan ...