There was a Breaking Bad reunion at the Rams vs. Cardinals game (Video)

There was a Breaking Bad reunion at the Rams vs. Cardinals game (Video)

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston. (Rick Kern/Getty Images)

Mike McCarthy channeled Vince Lombardi in his Green Bay return by Scott Rogust

The Rams and Cardinals played in front of television royalty with “Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul at SoFi Stadium.

Los Angeles is the city of the stars and they were shining on Sunday during the game between the Rams and Cardinals.

While LA was battling Arizona, the broadcast caught sight of “Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul enjoying the game.

If either of them is a big Rams fan, it wasn’t the greatest game for them to attend as the Rams fell 27-17 with backup quarterback John Wolford stepping in for Matthew Stafford. They also lost star receiver Cooper Kupp to an ankle injury.

“Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were at the Rams vs. Cardinals game (Video)

Somewhere out there is a Hollywood screenwriter imagining a sequel where Walter White survived the “Breaking Bad” finale and reunited with Jesse Pinkman at a Rams game in 2022.

Hey, we’d all watch it. And we know Cranston and Paul are down to work together. They have a a mezcal company together called Dos Hombres Mezcal.

It would probably be more entertaining than the 27-17 battle involving two backup quarterbacks.

Wolford had to take over for Stafford, who wasn’t able to start because of a concussion. He had 212 yards and a touchdown but he also tossed an interception. He also lost a fumble.

Kyler Murray also missed out because of a hamstring problem. Colt McCoy stepped in to throw for 238 yards and a touchdown.

The Cardinals had a 17-3 lead by halftime. Darrell Henderson punched in a touchdown for the Rams to pull within a touchdown but Arizona answered with a James Conner touchdown in the fourth quarter before a Cardinals field goal with under four minutes to play essentially put it away. Van Jefferson’s three-yard touchdown with seven seconds to go was ultimately meaningless.