Cardinals vs. Rams: Game time, TV schedule, injury updates and more

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The Rams ready to play the undefeated Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football.

The Saint Louis Rams will welcome the undefeated division-rival Arizona Cardinals to Saint Louis on Thursday night after both pulled off close week-four wins.

The Rams (2-2) held off the Seattle Seahawks last week on the strength of four Greg Zuerlein field goals. Those four kicks included a franchise-record 60-yarder as well as a 58-yarder. The kicks were a welcome relief for the Saint Louis offense, which is ranking near the bottom of the league in both points (19.8) and yards (287) per game. Running back Steven Jackson has been listed as questionable, but is expected to play.

The Cardinals (4-0) have made a habit of winning close games on the young season, with three of four wins coming by four points or less, including last week's 24-21 overtime win over the Miami Dolphins. Quarterback Kevin Kolb has completed 63 percent of his passes for seven touchdowns and only two interceptions since taking over for the injured John Skelton. Despite the success, the Cardinals rank second-to-last in total yards, including just 68 rushing yards per game.

The game kicks off at 7:20 p.m. CT and will air on NFL Network.

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