Denver (2-4) at Arizona (1-5), 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon. Week 7 kicks off on Thursday as Denver pays a visit to the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium as both teams look to rebound from Week 6 losses.

The Broncos fell to the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams 23-20 last Sunday at chilly Broncos Stadium at Mile High last Sunday. Denver trailed 13-3 at the half, then pulled themselves to within 7 with 8:54 left in the third when K Brian McManus connected on a 24yard field goal. Los Angeles would then respond with a 21-yard field goal from Chris Santos to pull themselve back to a 10-point cushion. Denver would make it a 3-point contest with 82 seconds left when WR Demaryius Thomas and QB Case Keenum connected on a 1-yard TD toss. The Rams burned Denver for 270 yards on the ground with Los Angeles RB Todd Gurley running for 208 yards and a pair of TDs (Denver rushed for 60 yards, with Keenum throwing for 322 yards and a pair of TDs, connecting with WR Emmanuel Sanders on the other toss), while Jarred Goff threw for 201 yards with five sacks and an interception (Keenum was sacked twice and threw an interception).

Denver on third down tries in the home loss went 3 of 10 (the Broncos were 0 of 1 on fourth down conversions and held the ball for 24:50, while the Rams ruled the clock and held the pigskin for 35:10, going 8 of 17 on third down, 1 of 1 on fourth down.

Arizona was taken to the woodshed by Minnesota 27-17 at US Bank Stadium last Sunday in the Twin Cities. The Desert Angry Birds trailed 13-10 at the half, then watched the Vikings pull away in the second half, outscoring Arizona 14-7 in the final 30 minutes. Minnesota outrushed Arizona 195-61, with Vikings RB Latavius runnig for 155 yards and a TD, while Kirk Cousins threw for 233 yards and a TD to wR Adam Thielen. Arizona’s Josh Rosen threw for 240 and four sacks in the loss (both Rosen and Cousins threw an interception in the contest). Arizona, who turned the ball over twice and got a fumble recovery by S Budda Baker, went 0 of 10 and 0 of 2 on third and fourth downs, keeping the ball for 25:45, while the Vikings held the ball for 34:15, gonig 5 of 14 on third down, 0 of 1 on fourth down.

Denver leads the series 8-1-1, which includes games that were played in St. Louis and at old Mile High Stadium and they have outscored the Desert Angry Birds 289-149. They last met in the Mile High City in 2014 and the Broncos were 41-20 winners, while Arizona’s last win in the series came in 2010 in Glendale by a final of 43-13. Denver’s favored by 2 1/2 on the road and the over/under’s 40 1/2. We wouldn’t blame you if you decide to watch “Big Bang Theory” or “Young Sheldon” this week. Both teams are struggling in their respective divisons and would love nothing more than to right their respective ships. Denver covers the 2 1/2 and wins in the desert.

Broadcast Information: 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter), Kristina Pink (Field reporter); NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, Tony Boselli; SIRIUS: 81 (Denver), 83 (Arizona); XM: 226 (Denver), 225 (Arizona)

Referee: Alex Kemp

Injury Report

Denver
OUT: CB Adam Jones (Thigh), G Ronald Leary (Achilles), LB Shane Ray (Ankle), S Dymonte Thomas (Chest), T Edwin Veldheer (Knee)

Arizona
OUT: S Jayestin Boston (Shoulder) G Mike Iupati (Back), G Jeremy Vujnovich (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: G Justin Pugh (Hand), CB Jamar Taylor (Back)

Weather Forecast: Game indoors; if roof is open, sunny and 79 degreees

Broadcast Information and Injury Report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel. (Note: Weather information is based on kickoff local time)