Rams dethroned: Cooper Kupp is the final domino to fall as Cardinals win without Kyler Murray

The Los Angeles Rams (3-6) lost a third consecutive match, this time to the Arizona Cardinals (4-6), who were without quarterback Kyler MurraySunday at SoFi Stadium.

Rams were also without their QB1 Matthew Staffordwho is in the league’s concussion protocol.

Wide receiver Cooper Coup is the latest domino to fall in a disastrous NFL campaign for the defending champions.

Kupp, 29, is coming off a triple crown season but the Super Bowl hangover has proven to be real.

As if the team’s struggles weren’t already bad enough, the Rams confirmed that Kupp suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter against the Cardinals.

James Conner takes over for Cardinals

Cardinals running back James Conner had his first breakout game of the season, rushing for 66 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries.

Backup QB Colt McCoy threw for 238 yards and a touchdown on 26-for-37 completions, including a TD pass to AJ Green.

Rams managed to score a touchdown in garbage time that did little to inch them closer on the scoreboard.

Despite their season seemingly going to waste, Rams will look to defeat the New Orleans Saints next Sunday on the road.

Arizona will host the san francisco 49ers in Monday Night Football.

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