Everything you need to know about the Arizona Cardinals’ Thursday Night Football game against Denver.
At this point in the season, things aren’t great if you’re a fan of the Arizona Cardinals. For that matter, things aren’t great if you’re on the coaching staff or a member of the actual team. Luckily for them, though, they’ll get a chance to right a lot of wrongs on Thursday night in front of a national television audience.
The game will be their first of 2018 on national TV and with that, the public will largely remember this game specifically. So if they go out there and play well, the narrative surrounding the Arizona Cardinals will be more optimistic.
Below, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about their Thursday Night Football game.
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Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals
Who: Denver Broncos (2-4) at Arizona Cardinals (1-5)
When: Thursday, October 18th, 2018, (5:20 P.M MST, 8:20 P.M ET)
Where: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Head to Head: In their most recent meeting, the Cardinals lost 41-20 to Denver during the 2014 season. Since 2000, Arizona is 1-4 against Denver.
Betting Line: Arizona is a one-point favorite.
How to Watch: This game will be nationally broadcast on Fox, Amazon Prime, and the NFL Network.
How to Listen: KMVP 98.7 FM or the Arizona Sports App
Going to the Game?: The Cardinals have everything you will need to know right here. Parking, traffic, directions, and a whole lot more.
What to Watch For?: Obviously, what we want to see is Josh Rosen and the Arizona Cardinals moving the ball. In their six games so far, they haven’t had more than 300 total yards on offense and Steve Wilks isn’t happy about it.
Additionally, Larry Fitzgerald has been nearly invisible this year. Having said that, I think tonight is the night he finally breaks out with a big game.