"Monday Night Football" featured the New England Patriots beating the Arizona Cardinals 27-13 after Kyler Murray went down three plays into the contest.

This was the formula that the Patriots needed in order to overcome the Cardinals (4-9). By scoring more points off turnovers than any other team, Patriots  won seven of their last eight games (7-6).

During the third quarter, the game turned around due to a forced fumble by safety Kyle Dugger that was recovered by linebacker Raekwon McMillan for 23 yards and a touchdown.

On the following Cardinals drive, Marcus Jones intercepted a pass that was returned for a touchdown by the Patriots.

As the Cardinals sought to cope with the immediate aftermath of Murray's injury, Colt McCoy calmed the situation,

As a result of a patchwork offensive line, he was sacked five times as he attempted to play quarterback.

There were 85 points scored by the Patriots as a result of turnovers, followed by 80 points by the Eagles and 80 points by the Cowboys.

A fumble return for a touchdown by McMillan tied the Cardinals for the most non-offensive touchdowns this season.