Cardinals’ Murray, Murphy send items from wild comeback win to HOF

Sep 20, 2022, 6:05 PM
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(Screenshot/Mark Dalton)
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Arizona Cardinals Week 2 heroes Kyler Murray and Byron Murphy Jr. signed items on Tuesday from their record-breaking performances in the wild 29-23 comeback win over the Las Vegas Raiders.

The Cardinals corner broke the record for the longest overtime fumble return TD in NFL history at 59 yards. The touchdown was reminiscent of his interception return against Utah while he was at the University of Washington.

Murray became the first player to ever have both a rushing and passing touchdown as well as a rushing and passing two-point conversion in the same game, per AZCardinals’ Mark Dalton.

Murphy and Murray may have helped orchestrate the fourth largest comeback in franchise history, and the two may have just helped save the season.

The duo played a big part in preventing Arizona from falling to an 0-2 start and no team in the last three seasons has made the playoffs after starting 0-2.

The Cardinals do not get long to celebrate their monumental victory over the Raiders, as the team gets their first division test with the defending champions Los Angeles Rams coming to town.

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