The Denver Broncos are dominating the Arizona Cardinals on both ends of the field in their Thursday night meeting. The Broncos set the tone early in the contest by scoring off an interception of Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen’s pass to begin their scoring barrage. Moments later, Emmanuel Sanders threw a touchdown pass to fellow Denver wide receiver Courtland Sutton to give the Broncos a 13-0 lead.

It has simply been that kind of night for Sanders and the Broncos so far. Apart from throwing a touchdown pass himself, Sanders had another one in the first half via the traditional route when he hooked up with quarterback Case Keenum for a 64-yard scoring reception late in the first quarter.

By completing a touchdown pass and catching one in the Arizona game, Sanders has managed to put himself in an elite group of wide receivers, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Three wide receivers have thrown a Pass TD this season (Odell Beckham Jr., Emmanuel Sanders, Albert Wilson). All three have caught a TD in the same game. Sanders is the first Broncos player with a Pass TD and a Rec TD in the same game since John Elway in 1986 vs the Raiders.

The game concluded the first half with the Broncos up 35-3. Barring a collapse of catastrophic proportions, the Broncos are on their way to ending a four-game skid and getting back into the win column in the AFC West standings.