Somehow, Cardinals outlast Seahawks in an additional time thriller

Jenna Harris October 26, 2020 7 No Comments

Somehow, Cardinals outlast Seahawks in an overtime thriller

No matter. It took the Cardinals practically your entire 10-minute additional time. But they persevered and knocked the Seahawks from the unbeaten ranks with a 37-34 triumph in a “Sunday Night Football” thriller in Arizona.

Kicker Zane Gonzalez’s 48-yard discipline aim with 15 seconds remaining in additional time lastly received it for the Cardinals. Gonzalez tied the sport with a 44-yard discipline aim as time expired in regulation however missed from 41 yards on the second-down kick earlier in additional time.

The Seahawks, who misplaced for the primary time in six video games this season, had a 48-yard catch and run for a would-be game-winning landing by Metcalf in additional time nullified by a holding penalty. That was adopted by Wilson throwing his third interception, this one to Arizona rookie linebacker Isaiah Simmons, to result in Gonzalez’s game-winning kick.

“I didn’t feel like that we were ever going to lose that game,” Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray instructed NBC afterward.

Really? How was that potential?

“Just the flow of the game, the feel of the game,” Murray stated. “You had to be down here playing.”

The two groups mixed for 1,091 yards of complete offense, 572 by the Seahawks and 519 by the Cardinals. Wilson had three landing passes — all to Lockett — to go together with his three interceptions in a 33-for-50, 388-yard passing efficiency. He tied Peyton Manning’s NFL report for essentially the most landing passes, with 22, by means of his crew’s first six video games of a season. Wilson additionally ran for 84 yards. Lockett had 15 catches for 200 yards.

And one way or the other, all of that offense wasn’t sufficient for the Seahawks. Wilson cited the errors and stated in a postgame video information convention: “Other than that, we played a great game.”

The Seahawks have been ranked final within the NFL in complete protection coming into this weekend’s play and did nothing Sunday night time to assist their trigger.

“At this point, I don’t have no words for you,” linebacker Bobby Wagner stated in a postgame video convention. “It’s either we do it or we don’t.”

Murray threw an interception however had three landing passes for the Cardinals, who improved to 5-2. Murray threw for 360 yards on 34-for-48 passing. He additionally ran for 67 yards and a landing.

Two of Murray’s landing passes went to large receiver Christian Kirk. The different went to wideout DeAndre Hopkins, who had 10 catches for 103 yards. Arizona large receiver Larry Fitzgerald joined Jerry Rice as the one gamers in NFL historical past with 1,400 profession catches.

Even with all of these offensive exploits, the play of the night time might have been Metcalf pursuing, catching and tackling Cardinals security Budda Baker.

Metcalf’s sort out of Baker on the 8-yard line, after a 90-yard return by Baker of a first-half interception of a Wilson move, saved the Seahawks a landing. The Seattle protection adopted with a goal-line stand, forcing a fourth-and-goal incompletion into the top zone by Murray.

It delivered to thoughts Darrell Green chasing down Tony Dorsett in 1983 and Ben Watson catching Champ Bailey in 2006, amongst some others. Metcalf reached 22.64 mph and coated 114.Eight yards on his pursuit, based on Next Gen Stats. Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll instructed NBC at halftime it was the “play of the century.”

But finally it wasn’t sufficient for Seattle because the Cardinals, not the Seahawks, made the most important performs on the most important moments.

October 26, 2020 at 12:21 AM EDT

Cardinals beat Seahawks with discipline aim late in additional time

By Mark Maske

The Arizona Cardinals, lastly, have received it.

The Cardinals bought a 48-yard discipline aim by Zane Gonzalez with 15 seconds remaining within the 10-minute additional time to beat the Seattle Seahawks, 37-34.

Gonzalez tied the sport with a 44-yard discipline aim as time expired in regulation. He missed from 41 yards earlier in additional time when Coach Kliff Kingsbury opted to kick on second down.

The Seahawks had a would-be game-winning landing catch and run by DK Metcalf in additional time negated by a holding penalty, and quarterback Russell Wilson adopted by throwing an interception. (Final rating: Cardinals 37, Seahawks 34)

October 26, 2020 at 12:12 AM EDT

Russell Wilson intercepted after DK Metcalf landing negated

By Mark Maske

Russell Wilson threw an interception to linebacker Isaiah Simmons. It got here on the play after a would-be game-winning landing catch and run by DK Metcalf was nullified by a holding penalty on the Seahawks. (Seahawks 34, Cardinals 34, 0:57 left in additional time)

October 26, 2020 at 12:04 AM EDT

Cardinals miss additional time discipline aim

By Mark Maske

Overtime continues. Cardinals kicker Zane Gonzalez missed a 41-yard discipline aim try, pushing the ball large left. (Seahawks 34, Cardinals 24, 2:44 left in additional time)

October 25, 2020 at 11:48 PM EDT

Cardinals pressure additional time with discipline aim as time expires in regulation

By Mark Maske

The recreation is headed to additional time. Arizona bought a tying 44-yard discipline aim by kicker Zane Gonzalez as time expired in regulation. The Cardinals compelled a punt by the Seahawks and moved 54 yards in lower than a minute to arrange the kick. (Seahawks 34, Cardinals 34 on the finish of the 4th quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 11:37 PM EDT

Cardinals get landing after Seahawks penalty on discipline aim

By Mark Maske

Kyler Murray threw an eight-yard landing move to large receiver Christian Kirk because the Cardinals, whereas taking their time, refuse to give up. The drive was prolonged by a private foul by Seattle’s Benson Mayowa on a profitable discipline aim by the Cardinals. (Seahawks 34, Cardinals 31 with 2:28 left within the 4th quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 11:22 PM EDT

Third Wilson-to-Lockett landing comes on replay reversal

By Mark Maske

The Seahawks cashed in on a turnover with a fourth-down landing move from Russell Wilson to large receiver Tyler Lockett, due to an on the spot replay reversal. Lockett made a wondrous catch behind the top zone on fourth and two from the 3-yard line, getting one foot clearly in bounds and dragging his different foot alongside the turf simply inside the road. The officers initially dominated the play a landing, then modified their minds and referred to as it an incompletion. Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll challenged and bought the reversal. It was the third Wilson-to-Lockett landing of the sport. Seattle needed to transfer 45 yards after security Quandre Diggs’s interception of a Kyler Murray move, on the play after Wilson had thrown an interception. (Seahawks 34, Cardinals 24 with 6:44 left within the 4th quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 10:59 PM EDT

Russell Wilson throws choose to Patrick Peterson

By Mark Maske

Russell Wilson threw his second interception of the night time. His move sailed over the top of large receiver DK Metcalf and was grabbed ultimately zone by Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson. (Seahawks 27, Cardinals 24 with 12:18 left within the 4th quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 10:49 PM EDT

Kyler Murray’s landing, after debatable name, will get Cards nearer

By Mark Maske

Kyler Murray wove his approach round Seahawks defenders and simply bought the soccer to the aim line with a dive for a five-yard landing run because the Cardinals, aided by a debatable late-hit name on Seattle, drew nearer with the primary factors of the second half.

The 93-yard drive by Arizona was prolonged by an pointless roughness penalty on Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner for a success on Cardinals tight finish Dan Arnold on a third-down incompletion. Former NFL referee Terry McAulay, a guidelines analyst for NBC, stated on the printed he disagreed with the decision: “I just don’t think it was a foul.” (Seahawks 27, Cardinals 24, 2:59 left within the third quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 10:30 PM EDT

DK Metcalf’s ‘play of the century’ highlights frenetic Seahawks-Cards first half

By Mark Maske

How nice was that first half? Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns. Both of them went to large receiver Tyler Lockett, who had eight catches for 133 yards. The Seahawks amassed 377 yards of complete offense and lead the Cardinals, 27-17, on “Sunday Night Football” in Arizona.

And but the most effective play of all was made by Seahawks large receiver DK Metcalf, who caught and tackled Cardinals security Budda Baker in one of many NFL’s all-time nice chase-downs. It delivered to thoughts Darrell Green chasing down Tony Dorsett in 1983 or Ben Watson catching Champ Bailey in 2006, amongst some others. Metcalf’s touchdown-saving sort out on Baker’s 90-yard interception return appeared much more vital after a goal-line stand by the Seattle protection, with the Cardinals failing on a fourth-and-goal incompletion.

Metcalf reached 22.64 mph and coated 114.Eight yards on his pursuit, based on Next Gen Stats. Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll instructed NBC at halftime it was the “play of the century.”

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray threw a pair of first-half landing passes, and Arizona large receiver Larry Fitzgerald had his 1,400th profession catch. He and Jerry Rice are the one two NFL gamers ever to have achieved that milestone. The Cardinals drew a bit nearer with a 49-yard discipline aim by Zane Gonzalez as time expired within the half. (Seahawks 27, Cardinals 17 at halftime)

October 25, 2020 at 10:07 PM EDT

Isaiah Irving of Cardinals injured on kickoff return

By Mark Maske

Arizona’s Isaiah Irving was injured on the Cardinals’ kickoff return and was taken from the sphere on a stretcher. He was seen transferring his extremities.

October 25, 2020 at 9:57 PM EDT

Seahawks reply with lengthy Russell Wilson-to-Tyler Lockett landing

By Mark Maske

It was Russell Wilson’s flip to do one thing nice on this frenetic, back-and-forth first half. He obliged with an on-target moon ball of a deep throw for a 47-yard landing move to large receiver Tyler Lockett. (Seahawks 27, Cardinals 14, 0:43 left within the second quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 9:50 PM EDT

Kyler Murray’s landing move will get Cardinals nearer

By Mark Maske

The Cardinals aren’t going to let this be straightforward for the Seahawks. Kyler Murray threw a seven-yard landing move to large receiver Christian Kirk. (Seahawks 20, Cardinals 14, 1:14 left within the second quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 9:39 PM EDT

Carlos Hyde’s landing run caps 97-yard drive for Seahawks

By Mark Maske

The Seahawks elevated their lead with a 24-yard landing run by tailback Carlos Hyde, who took a pitchout to the left and managed to remain in bounds alongside the sideline on his solution to the top zone. Seattle moved 97 yards after the fourth-down cease of the Cardinals that adopted the touchdown-saving sort out by large receiver DK Metcalf on Budda Baker’s interception return. (Seahawks 20, Cardinals 7, 4:04 left within the second quarter)

October 25, 2020 at 9:33 PM EDT

Cardinals get nothing as Kyler Murray throws incomplete on fourth down

By Mark Maske

The Cardinals failed on a fourth-and-goal attempt from the Seattle 3-yard line, as Kyler Murray retreated and threw incomplete into the top zone. The goal-line stand by the Seattle protection accentuated the significance of the touchdown-saving sort out by Seahawks large receiver DK Metcalf on the 90-yard interception return by Arizona security Budda Baker. The Cardinals began on the Seattle 8-yard line and ended up with nothing to flash for it. (Seahawks 13, Cardinals 7, 6:43 left within the second quarter)

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