The last time either the St. Louis Rams or Arizona Cardinals won a game this season was on Oct. 4, when the Rams beat the Cardinals, 17-3. Both teams hope to get back into the win column when they meet up in Arizona on Sunday.
The Cardinals (4-6) have lost six-straight games after starting the season 4-0. On Sunday they will turn to rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley. With Kevin Kolb injured, John Skelton was benched last week in a 23-19 loss to the Falcons after several ineffective performances and replaced by Lindley. The Cardinals hope the return of running back Beanie Wells will help take the load off the rookie quarterback. Wells has been out since Week 3 with turf toe, but is ready to return.
St. Louis (3-6-1) has gone 0-4-1 in the five games since beating the Cardinals. To break their winless streak they will need to do something they've struggled to do over the past several seasons, win on the road. The Rams are just 1-12-1 in their last 14 road games.
Sunday, Nov. 25, 4:25 p.m. ET
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
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St. Louis: KTVI FOX 2
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