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 guys, they worked the soreness out and they're ready to go,'' he said. ''By Thursday night, they're excited to be able to play. It's prime time and we hope things work out well for us.''
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 defensive end Chris Long said the locker room had a different feel than normal after a victory. The Rams, like the Cardinals, were forced to turn their attention quickly from celebrating a victory to preparing for another game.