The Rams were able to find the end zone in the second half of the game following a 56-yard run by Tavon Austin, but that's about the only positive for St. Louis from this game.
Arizona dominated at the line of scrimmage and limited the St. Louis running backs to just 44 yards (not counting Austin's big run).
On defense, the Rams forced just five incompletions in 32 attempts. Carson Palmer torched the secondary for 269 yards, while the Arizona backs added 108 yards on the ground.
It was an all-around disaster for St. Louis.
It won't get any easier for the Rams, as they host the dominant New Orleans Saints next week.
For now, here are my takeaways from St. Louis' loss to Arizona.