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Cardinals’ Kyler Murray pulls off incredible scramble for 2-point conversion

Arizona Cardinals star Kyler Murray mystified the Las Vegas Raiders’ defense as he attempted to make a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter of their tight game Sunday afternoon.

Murray got the ball down to the 1-yard line on a nice catch from Marquise Brown. Darrel Williams would run the ball in for the score.

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On the next play, Arizona decided to go for two points. Murray took the ball and tried everything he could to get his wide receivers open. He avoided two would-be tacklers and ran all the way back to the 20-yard line before finding a hole and attacking. He would run the ball into the end zone to complete the two-point conversion.

Arizona trailed 23-15 after the conversion was good.

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Murray scrambled for about 20 seconds before breaking free for the score.

At that point, Murray was 20-for-31 with 201 passing yards, a touchdown pass to Greg Dortch and an interception. He also had 18 rushing yards to his credit.

Arizona was looking to avoid an 0-2 start. The team was demolished by the Kansas City Chiefs in their Week 1 matchup. The Raiders lost to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 1.

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