St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher indicated Monday he has no plans to replace quarterback Austin Davis despite a fourth-quarter meltdown by the offense in Sunday's 31-14 loss at Arizona.

Davis threw an interception that was returned 30 yards for a score by cornerback Patrick Peterson with 5:13 remaining. That pushed the Cardinals' lead to 24-14.

Just 75 seconds later, Davis fumbled as he was hit by defensive end Kareem Martin. Antonio Cromartie returned the bobble 14 yards for a score.

The Rams (3-6) held a 14-10 lead and the ball with just under 10 minutes left before Arizona rallied for three scores in a span of 3:42.

The turnovers turned the tide.

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