Jan 17, 2022; Inglewood, California, USA; Los Angeles Rams inside linebacker Ernest Jones (50) brings down Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (1) as he throws during the first half in the NFC Wild Card playoff football game at SoFi Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The first half of Monday night’s NFC Wild-Card Round playoff game was a complete disaster for Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals.

Los Angeles outscored Arizona 21-0 (beginning with a fantastic Odell Beckham Jr. touchdown catch), and Murray had brutal numbers: 7-of-17 passing, for 29 yards (1.6 AVG), two interceptions, and a 9.3 passer rating.

The lowlight of the nightmare half from Murray was this comical pick-six from Arizona’s own four-yard line in the second quarter.

And on the next drive, Murray hrew the second interception. This one was much more of a tough-luck play off the hands of running back James Conner, but Conner didn’t appear ready for the pass:

Here’s a sampling of how viewers reacted to Murray’s awful first half:

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