Murray Magic: Cards win on Hail Mary to Hopkins

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GLENDALE, Ariz. — After using his legs to pull the Arizona Cardinals back into a game they trailed for the majority of the afternoon, quarterback Kyler Murray used his arm to win it.

Murray found DeAndre Hopkins for a 43-yard Hail Mary touchdown with two seconds left to give the Cardinals a 32-30 win over the Buffalo Bills at State Farm Stadium on Sunday and move them into a three-way tie for first place in the NFC West.

“I want to say I knew when it left my hand it had a chance just because [when] you play quarterback, you can tell the trajectory, the touch of the ball,” Murray said. “But, I think I was looking at the sideline when everybody … I just got the reaction from everybody. I don’t think I saw him catch the ball. I really don’t remember — it happened so fast. But, I knew once it left my hand, it had a good chance.”

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Hopkins, who had 127 yards and a touchdown on seven catches, called it the best catch of his eight-year career.

“This one is No. 1,” Hopkins said. “It was to win the

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