Cardinals Lose to the Patriots

Allie Meyers

On Nov. 29, the Arizona Cardinals played against the New England Patriots at the Gillette Stadium in Mass. The Cardinals lost 20-17, making their record, 6-5. During the first quarter of the game the Cardinals scored 10 points through a touchdown and a field goal giving them an early lead. In the second quarter the Patriots scored a touchdown and gained seven points. In the third quarter, the Patriots scored 10 points and took the lead from the Cardinals. During the fourth quarter the Cardinals scored 7 points, but the Patriots scored 3 points to secure the win. The Cardinals had a total passing yards of 160, and a total rushing yards of 138. The game was close, and the Cardinals had a chance to win, but kicker Zane Gonzalez missed his field-goal giving the Patriots a chance to win. 

Next week on Dec. 6, the Cardinals play the Los Angeles Rams at the State Farm Stadium. The Rams this season have gone 7-4, and are coming off a loss against the San Francisco 49ers. Both teams have had struggles this season, but this game looks like it is going to be an interesting game to watch. Tune in to watch on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 2:25 P.M. (M.S.T)