Emmaunel Sanders also had an eventful night by throwing a touchdown pass and catching one, as his scoring reception was for 64 yards in the second quarter. Todd Davis returned the first interception for a score, while Chris Harris Jr. did the same later on, giving the Broncos their first two scores of the night. Harris' return was for 53 yards, as the Broncos improved to 3-4 on the season, snapping a three-game losing streak.
Rosen had three interceptions, two fumble losses, and was sacked six times in the Cardinals' sixth loss of the season. The rookie seemed to be limping after the sixth sack, but claimed he was fine after the game, The Cardinals dropped to 0-4 this season on their home field, which recently got renamed to State Farm Stadium. They have not started this bad at home since 1979, as this effort led to them firing offensive coordinator Mike McCoy early Friday. Byron Leftwich will take over that position for at least the remainder of the season.
The Broncos had no issues with their quarterback on this night, as Case Keenum had 161 yards passing on 14-of-21 throwing, but did have an interception on the night. Phillip Lindsay led the offense on the ground with 90 yards on 14 carries, including a 28-yard score.
The Broncos will look to get their record back to .500 in a tough matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs next week. The Cardinals will stay home to host the San Francisco 49ers.