(AP) -- The Arizona Cardinals haven't been the same since they faced the St. Louis Rams back in October.
Now Arizona will likely look very different.
The Cardinals will try to end their six-game losing streak when they give rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley his first career start Sunday against the visiting Rams, who are winless in their last five.
Arizona (4-6) was 4-0 before suffering a 17-3 loss Oct. 4 at St. Louis (3-6-1) that started its longest slide since a seven-game skid two years ago. The Rams, meanwhile, have gone 0-4-1 since that contest.
Kevin Kolb was the Cardinals starter then. Coach Ken Whisenhunt turned to John Skelton in subsequent weeks before benching Skelton during last Sunday's 23-19 loss at Atlanta in favor of Lindley.
Lindley was just 9 of 20 for 64 yards, but Whisenhunt is hoping the sixth-round pick out of San Diego State will spark an offense ranked 31st overall and 30th in passing.
"He did a nice job in a hostile environment handling the ...