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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Trey Flowers: Patriots out to prove they can win on the road.

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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the themes of the week for Patriots has been proving they can win on the road (0-2). Falling behind early in both road games this year hurt them. "We talked about that, just getting out to a good start," safety Devin McCourty said. "I think when you're on the road and you fall behind, now it's just the energy picks up, it's like everything's against you and you're just fighting uphill."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos' training staff will continue to evaluate four players Friday -- safety Darian Stewart (neck), wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton (knee), running back Royce Freeman (ankle) and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle). All four left Thursday's win over the Cardinals and did not return. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said Stewart suffered a stinger and "had the same stinger last week,'' so that could be a concern moving forward. Sanders said he "should be fine'' while Freeman was limping slightly as he went to the team's bus after the game. Hamilton is expected to undergo a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exam Friday.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the Cardinals most embarrassing losses in recent history came to a close on Thursday, 45-10 to the Denver Broncos, in front of a national TV audience. Arizona's offense continued to founder, failing to tally less than 300 yards for the seventh straight game as Arizona dropped to 1-6.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The boos rained down on the Cardinals as they left the field at halftime trailing 35-3 after an awful half of football. The offense was abysmal and the defense couldn't figure out a way to stop the Broncos' offense. Will it change in the second half? History says no. The Cardinals have been outscored 42-0 in the third quarter in 2018. A bad season got even worse Thursday night.

trey wingo @wingoz

Man i am REALLY curious as to what the ratings are gonna be for this NFL blowout vs an elimination game in the ALCS

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Quote of the day from Todd Gurley, who sported a Dodgers jersey Thursday and was asked if the current L.A. sports scene is what he envisioned when it was announced the team would relocate from St. Louis: "Nah, I was thinking of more of the party life."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams RB Todd Gurley sported Manny Machado's Dodgers jersey for his weekly news conference on Thursday. Gurley has been a Machado fan since he played for Gurley's hometown Baltimore Orioles. However, Gurley said he could be close to converting to a Dodgers fan. "Probably going to be Adam Jones last year with the Orioles," Gurley said. "So I guess I got to rock with the Dodgers now."