The Arizona Cardinals rack up 22 straight points for a late win over the Las Vegas Raiders

The Arizona Cardinals rack up 22 straight points for a late win over the Las Vegas Raiders

Kyler Murray led the Arizona Cardinals to a famous victory at the Las Vegas Raiders as his team amassed 22 unanswered points to snatch the match 29-23 in extra time.

The home team were up 20 points in the first half thanks to a couple of field goals from kicker Daniel Carlson and two touchdowns from quarterback Derek Carr, whose counterpart Murray then responded in the third quarter with a five-yard touchdown pass. to Greg Dortch.

In the fourth, Murray ran into a two-point conversion after Arizona running back Darrel Williams scored from the one-yard line, before the caller recharged himself to run for a touchdown, which he converted with a pass to the catcher. wide AJ Green for two more points to lock the scores when time runs out.

Las Vegas wide receiver Hunter Renfrow then fumbled the ball which was picked up by Cardinals cornerback Byron Murphy, who carried it home for a 59-yard return and victory, prompting Murray to gleefully jump across the field and pump his throwing arm with joy.

Frustration got the better of Tampa Bay Buccaneer Tom Brady in New Orleans, with the quarterback throwing his electronic device in frustration during the third quarter against the Saints.

But the veteran took control and his defense took advantage of three interceptions against New Orleans QB Jameis Winston, when Brady landed a four-game losing streak in the regular season against the Saints with a result of 20-10.

NFC South rivals the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons suffered losses to the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams, respectively, while the San Francisco 49ers topped the NFC West with a 27-7 defeat to rivals. of division. Seattle Seahawks.

In other games, the New York Jets just beat the Cleveland Browns 31-30, the Jacksonville Jaguars humiliated the Indianapolis Colts 24-0, the Washington Commanders lost 36-27 to the Detroit Lions, and the New England Patriots scored 17- 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Tua Tagovailoa had the best performance of his career leading his Miami Dolphins to a comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens.

The young quarterback threw for 469 yards and six touchdowns in the result of 42-38, which saw him join Dan Marino as the only other player in franchise history to record at least 400 yards and five scores in a single game.

Running back David Montgomery had 122 yards on 15 carries, but that wasn’t enough for his Chicago Bears, who lost to the Green Bay Packers for the seventh straight time to drop 27-10 in Wisconsin.

Russell Wilson failed to impress, but secured the Denver Broncos home win against the Houston Texans, with the quarterback completing less than half of his 31 passes and being sacked three times in the 16-9 effort.

And the Dallas Cowboys held out to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 20-17, with Brett Maher kicking a 50-yard field goal when time ran out.

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