NFL round-up: The Cardinals complete a fantastic comeback

Keller Murray drove Arizona Cardinals To a famous victory in Las Vegas Raiders His team collected 22 points without an answer to snatch the match 29-23 in overtime.

The hosts rose by 20 points in the first half thanks to two field goals by striker Daniel Carlson and two touchdowns from quarterback Derek Carr, who then responded to Murray in the third quarter with a five-yard pass to Greg Dorch.

On the fourth, Murray ran in a two-point conversion after Daryl Williams scored Arizona from a one-yard line—before reloading the signal caller to dash for a touchdown, which he converted with a stroke to a wide receiver AJ Green for two more points to lock scores as time runs out.

Las Vegas wide receiver Hunter Renfrew then fumbled with the ball picked up by Cardinals Cornback Byron Murphy, who took it home for a 59-yard comeback and win, prompting Murray to gleefully leap across the field and pump his arm throwing. cheerful.

Frustration took hold of Tampa Bay Buccaneers Talisman Tom Brady in New Orleans, as the quarterback threw his electronic device into frustration during the third quarter against saints.

But the veteran took control, and his defense benefited from three interceptions against New Orleans QB Jameis Winston, as Brady cut short a four-game losing streak in the regular season against Saints by 20-10.

NFC South competes for both sides Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons suffered losses New York Giants and the Los Angeles Rams straight, while the San Francisco 49ers shot to the top of the NFC West by defeating their Seattle Seahawks 27-7.

in other games, New York Jets just beat Cleveland Browns 31-30, Jacksonville Jaguars humbly Indianapolis Colts 24-0, Washington leaders 36-27 fell to Detroit Lions and the New England Patriots house squeak 17-14 against Pittsburgh Steelers.

Tua Tagovailoa turned out to be the best career performer to lead his team Miami Dolphin To the way back, you can beat the Baltimore Ravens.

The young quarterback threw for 469 yards and six touchdowns at 42-38, which saw him join Dan Marino as the only other player in franchise history to score at least 400 yards and five goals in a single game.

David Montgomery ran back for 122 yards on 15 gigs, but it wasn’t enough for him Chicago Bearswho lost to Green Bay Packers For the seventh time in a row it fell 27-10 in Wisconsin.

Russell Wilson failed to impress but decisively secured a home win for Denver Broncos against the Houston Texaswith the midfielder completing less than half of his 31 passes and being sacked three times in a 16-9 attempt.

and the Cowboys in Dallas It was kept to beat Cincinnati Bengals 20-17, with Brett Maher kicking a 50-yard field goal as the time expired.