The Arizona Cardinals beat the Buffalo Bills 32-30 in a great football game that featured an absolutely unbelievable finish.

First, Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs connected for an incredible touchdown that appeared to be a game-winner for Buffalo with 34 seconds left.

But Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins quickly topped it.

The Cardinals had the ball at the Buffalo 43-yard line with 11 seconds remaining, when Murray rolled to his left and did a tremendous job to avoid the pass rush, and then let go of a bomb to the end zone right before falling out of bounds. The pass landed in the hands of Hopkins, who won a 1-on-3 battle vs Bills defenders.

An absolutely insane play that summarizes how explosive Murray, Hopkins, and this Cardinals offense are.

The Cardinals (6-3) are now tied for first place in the NFC West, and they’ve scored at least 30 points in five straight games.

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