Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins wins game-winning game with seconds left in dramatic victory over Bills

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Kyler Murray teamed up with wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins for a 43-yard touchdown with two seconds left in the game to lead the Arizona Cardinals to a spectacular 32-30 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

The Cardinals were in desperation mode when Murray took the first down and then shifted to his left before throwing a deep strike on Hopkins, who pushed three Bills defenseman back before going down with the football for the score, and the Cardinals players quickly. joined Hopkins in celebrating.

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“Just to get the pass it was amazing,” Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said after the game. “If you look around the room, he runs, dodges, and dodges. I didn’t think he would get away with it. Then put this kind of amazing loft to give it a chance. From my point of view, I didn’t see much. Just the crowd going mad.

Ahead of Hopkins’ late-game heroics, Bills quarterback Josh Allen put his team forward with 34 seconds left in the game, when he threw a 21-yard touchdown to clear Stefon Diggs, but it was the Murray-Hopkins connection that ended Buffalo’s three-game winning streak.

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Murray completed 22 of 32 passes for 245 yards with three total touchdowns (1 assist, 2 rushing), and Hopkins had seven receptions for 127 yards and a “Hail Murray” score at the end of the game.

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