The Bills and Cardinals went at it in one of the best games of the 2020 NFL season on Sunday, and it ended in the most thrilling way possible.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen saw his team stymied for much of the second half, but he was stellar leading his team down the field on a late touchdown drive — capped off by a 21-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs with only 34 seconds remaining.
But the Cardinals still had two timeouts to work with, even though they trailed by four points at the time, so a field goal would’ve done them no good. And, most importantly, they have DeAndre Hopkins.
The Cardinals worked the ball over midfield with just over 10 seconds remaining, and Kyler Murray took off scrambling on their final offensive play of the game — buying his receivers time to get open. Murray heaved a pass in Hopkins’ direction, even though he was covered by three defensive backs.
No problem, though, as Hopkins outleaped all of them — then high-pointed the football perfectly for a game-winning, 43-yard touchdown.
We should now call him Hail Mary Hopkins.