The Arizona Cardinals may have some trouble getting over this one.
On Sunday, Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals let a chance at knocking off the NFL's only remaining unbeaten team slip through their fingers. The Cardinals had a shot at the upset but ultimately fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 20-17, after a late-game mistake by Murray doomed their chances.
Trailing the Philadelphia Eagles 20-17 with 1:45 left in the fourth quarter, Murray and the Cardinals took the ball from their own 25-yard line with a chance to win the game.
With 36 seconds left, the Cardinals faced 2nd-and-10 from the Philly 34-yard line. Murray scrambled up the middle, sliding just short of the first down marker. However, Arizona was out of timeouts, forcing Murray to spike the ball on third down to stop the clock. With fourth down looming, the Cardinals had no choice but to try a 43-yard field goal with Matt Ammendola, who had been called up from Arizona's practice squad this week in place of an injured Matt Prater.
Ammendola's kick went wide-right, letting the Eagles off the hook.