A rollercoaster fourth quarter left the Buffalo Bills with massive downfall, as they lost in fantastic style to Arizona Cardinals, 32-30.
Buffalo started the game in razzle-dazzle style, scoring on a pass from Isaiah McKenzie to quarterback Josh Allen. Tyler Bass hit three field goals from beyond 50 yards in length, giving the Bills a 16-9 lead at halftime.
Then, the Cardinals put extreme pressure on the Bills. The Arizona defense made a concentrated effort to make life challenging for Allen, as the unit unleashed blitz packages that limited the progress of the Buffalo offense. The Cardinals forced Allen into throwing two interceptions.
Even still, the Bills stayed close on the scoreboard. Allen led a 12-play drive culminating in a 28-yard touchdown reception with 34 seconds remaining in the game.
Then, at least for Buffalo, the unimaginable happened, as Cards quarterback Kyler Murray completed a Hail Mary throw with two seconds remaining in the game to receiver DeAndre Hopkins to give the Cardinals the lead for good.
Following that tough loss, here’s everything we know: