ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Rams' adjustment to a short workweek has started pretty smoothly.
They come off a 19-13 victory over Seattle on Sunday relatively healthy and get a second consecutive home game for their Thursday night matchup with Arizona.
Coach Jeff Fisher said while there were obvious adjustments to the schedule — Monday's practice was more typical of a Wednesday workout — the inconveniences were minor.
The Cardinals (4-0) are coming off a 24-21 overtime win against Miami on Sunday. It was the third time Arizona won by four or fewer points this season.
St. Louis (2-2) hasn't been above .500 this deep in the season since 2006 when it was 4-1 after its fifth game en route to an 8-8 finish.