The Arizona Cardinals will welcome the Los Angeles Chargers to the State Farm Stadium for an NFL game on Sunday. The Cardinals lost their last game 10-38 over the 49ers. The Cardinals (4-7) played their second straight game without Pro Bowl quarterback Kyler Murray, who has been battling a sore hamstring. Backup Colt McCoy had a 3-1 record in spot starts over the past two seasons — including a win over the Rams last week — but couldn’t recreate the same magic in Mexico.

McCoy finished 24 of 34 passing for 218 yards and an interception. The 49ers hit him hard multiple times, connecting for three sacks. “It’s just a bummer we didn’t find a way to win that game,” McCoy said. “But San Francisco played hard. They’re a good football team, and we just didn’t make enough plays. But for the crowd, for the atmosphere, being able to play internationally in Mexico City, I thought it was fantastic.”

The Chargers on the other hand also lost 27-30 against the Chiefs in their last game. Herbert went 23 of 30 for 280 yards and two touchdowns, both to Palmer, who had eight receptions for 106 yards. It was easily the Chargers’ best offensive performance in nearly a month as the unit was bolstered by the return of receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams.

Allen, playing only his third game due to a nagging hamstring injury, had five receptions for 94 yards, including a 46-yard catch up the right sideline on the go-ahead drive to put the ball on the Chiefs 16-yard line. “Mike (Williams) is about as tough as it gets, and Keenan (Allen), too. They’re special competitors, so any time that you get those guys out on the field, something good is going to happen. But, unfortunately, it didn’t go our way today,” Herbert said.

Injury Report 

Arizona Cardinals: Colt McCoy, Charles Washington, Zach Ertz, Byron Murphy, D.J. Humphries, Greg Dortch, Nick Vigil, Rondale Moore, Alex Ellis, Marquise Brown, Rashard Lawrence, Rodney Hudson, Antwaun Woods, Will Hernandez, Darrel Williams, Justin Pugh, Antoine Wesley, Marquis Hayes

Los Angeles Chargers: Michael Davis, J.K. Scott, Joshua Kelley, Bryce Callahan, Dustin Hopkins, Mike Williams, Otito Ogbonnia, Austin Johnson, Christian Covington, Donald Parham Jr., Taylor Bertolet, J.C. Jackson, Joey Bosa, Rashawn Slater, Jalen Guyton  

Form Guide

Arizona Cardinals    

22.11.22San Francisco 49ers10-38Loss
14.11.22Los Angeles Rams27-17Win
07.10.22Seattle Seahawks21-31Loss
30.10.22Minnesota Vikings26-34Loss
21.10.22New Orleans Saints42-34Win

Los Angeles Chargers

21.11.22Kansas City Chiefs27-30Loss
14.11.22San Francisco 49ers16-22Loss
06.11.22Atlanta Falcons20-17Win
24.10.22Seattle Seahawks23-37Loss
18.10.22Denver Broncos19-16Win

Head to Head


Arizona Cardinals vs Los Angeles Chargers Schedule

The game between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Chargers will take place at the State Farm Stadium on Sunday, November 27 at 04:05 PM ET.

Where to watch Arizona Cardinals vs Los Angeles Chargers?

The match between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Chargers will be telecast live on CBS.

CountryChannelDate and Time
United StatesCBSNovember 27 (04:05 PM ET)

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