Hail Murray in 2020
The 2020 Cardinals were a mixed bag of tricks, and by the end of the season, they proved themselves to be fools gold. But, the season still came with the 2020 Play of the Year. After being down 23-9 to the Buffalo Bills, Kyler Murray rallied the Cardinals to a 26-23 lead.
Unfortunately, Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs had other ideas, connecting for a touchdown with under a minute to go as the red-hot Bills reclaimed a 30-26 lead. Murray drove the Cardinals to midfield and had time for one more play.
Murray lined up in the shotgun, rolled to his left, and avoided a sack on his way to the sideline. He turned upfield and launched an arc to DeAndre Hopkins, who outlasted three defenders and caught the game-winning touchdown for the Cardinals.
The win improved the team to 6-3 and it served as the highwater mark of the season. And even though the Cardinals finished 2-5, it provided fans with arguably the best memory in franchise history to this point.