Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson makes incredible one-handed interception
Sep 25, 2016, 11:06 AM | Updated: 3:17 pm
Can't stop watching this @RealPeterson21 pick… #BeRedSeeRed #AZvsBUF pic.twitter.com/TpUwiEKtpP
— NFL (@NFL) September 25, 2016
They needed that.
The Arizona Cardinals fell behind the Buffalo Bills 10-0 through the first quarter in their Week 3 showdown thanks to a sluggish start.
At that point, Patrick Peterson made one of the few Cardinals highlights in what became a surprising 33-18 loss.
An aggressive Bills team led by just-promoted offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn dialed up a Tyrod Taylor deep ball early in the second quarter, but Peterson was on top of it. He was playing behind the receiver and made a diving, one-handed interception of the ball down the sideline before falling out of bounds inside the Arizona 10-yard line.
The play somewhat made up for a Buffalo catch by receiver Robert Woods, who earlier in the game outran Peterson and made what was ruled a diving 24-yard catch that appeared to be incomplete.
#Buffalo #Bills receiver Robert Woods pulls in a huge catch against Arizona #Cardinals corner Patrick Peterson. pic.twitter.com/4cyFeXfcp7
— James P McCoy (@jmccoyphoto) September 25, 2016
The Cardinals didn’t challenge the Woods catch, and a play later the Bills’ LeSean McCoy rushed for a 24-yard touchdown to put his team ahead 10-0.
Here’s another look at Peterson’s incredible interception.
The Cardinals should probably plug in Patrick Peterson at WR to jumpstart their offense. Pick of the year so far? pic.twitter.com/rhgT8eSmDT
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) September 25, 2016