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Live results of Rams vs. Cardinals, updates, highlights from the NFL wild card playoff game



The Rams, the No. 4 seed in the NFC, host the No. 5 Cardinals for the final wild-card playoff game of the weekend.

This NFC West matchup takes place on Monday night, and it will be the first-ever NFL midweek playoff game. ABC and ESPN will host a Monday night playoff game for the next five seasons after signing a deal with CBS.

The two teams split their two meetings earlier this season. The Cardinals won 37-20 in early October, while the Rams won 30-23 in mid-December. The Rams finished with a 12-5 record, while the Cardinals were 11-5 after starting the season as the last undefeated team.

The Rams are currently a four-point favorite over the Cardinals, according to Draft Kings Sportsbook.

Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from the Rams vs. Cardinals on Sunday. Follow below for the full results of the 2022 NFL Wild Card Playoff game.

PLUS: Watch Rams vs. Cardinals live with fuboTV (free trial)

Rams Score vs. Cardinals

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
rams 7
cardinals

Rams vs. Live Updates Cardinals highlights from the NFL playoffs

(All Eastern times.)

21:13 — The Cardinals finish another series with no first downs. There are 11 minutes and six seconds left in the first half.

21:11 — Greg Gaines and Aaron Donald beat Murray on the Cardinals’ first play of the drive for a seven-yard loss.

9:09 p.m.—TOUCH, RAMS. Stafford ran the ball one yard for a Rams touchdown. The Rams’ sideline defied the original ruling, which was that the ball was short. Rams 14, Cardinals 0.

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21:00 – The ruling on the field was that Michel scored a touchdown for the Rams, but the score was voided after further review.

20:59 — Beckham Jr. almost scored his second touchdown of the night, falling 2 yards behind after making a 31-yard play.

End of first quarter: Rams 7, Cardinals 0

20:52 — Cam Akers runs 15 yards to give the Rams a first down.

20:47 — The Cardinals have yet to get a first down after Christian Kirk was penalized for an illegal forward pass on third down. The Cardinals have a minus three yards total tonight.

20:45 — Von Miller knocks Murray down on second down for an eight-yard loss. This moves the Cardinals to third and 16.

8:40 p.m.—TOUCH, RAMS. Beckham Jr. catches a 4-yard pass in the corner of the end zone to put the first points on the board. Rams 7, Cardinals 0.

20:38 — Tyler Higbee puts the Rams inside the 10-yard line after going 22 yards. This sets the Rams up for 1st-&-Goal.

20:33 — Odell Beckham Jr. makes his first play of the night after catching a 17-yard pass from Stafford.

8:30 pm – The Cardinals go three and out again.

8:25 p.m. — Matthew Stafford is sacked by Markus Golden, the Cardinals’ sack leader this season, for a seven-yard loss on third down. The Rams kick the ball.

20:22 — Sony Michel leads off the Rams’ drive with a 35-yard run and a first down.

20:20 — The Cardinals open the game three and out after AJ Green fails to catch a pass from Kyler Murray.

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Rams vs Cardinals start time

  • Date: Monday, January 17
  • Hour: 8:15 p.m. ET

The game Rams vs. The Cardinals will kick off at 8:15 pm ET at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Cali.

What channel are Rams vs. Cardinals today?

  • Television channel: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2
  • Live broadcast: ESPN+, fuboTV

ABC and ESPN will broadcast the Rams vs. Cardinals, and this will be the only NFL postseason game broadcast on the network this postseason. Brian Griese, Steve Levy and Louis Riddick will announce the game from the booth, while Lisa Salters will report from the sidelines.

Peyton and Eli Manning will also broadcast their “Manningcast” during the game on ESPN2.

Viewers can stream the game on ESPN+, and can also stream NFL games live with fuboTV, offering a free trial.

In Canada, viewers can watch Rams vs. Cardinals with a DAZN subscription, which includes all NFL games.

2022 NFL playoff schedule

divisional round

Saturday, January 22

Match start time television channel live broadcast
bengals vs titans 4:30 p.m. ET CBS supreme+, fuboTV
49ers vs. Packers 8:15 p.m. ET Fox fuboTV

Sunday, January 23

Match start time television channel live broadcast
Cardinals or Rams vs. Buccaneers 3 p.m. ET NBC Peacock, fuboTV
Bills against bosses 6:30 p.m. ET CBS supreme+, fuboTV

conference championships

Sunday, January 30

Match start time television channel live broadcast
AFC Championship Game 3:05 p.m. Eastern Time CBS supreme+, fuboTV
NFC Championship Game 6:40 p.m. ET Fox fox Sports App, fuboTV

Super Bowl 56

Sunday, February 13




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