Colt McCoy was excellent replacing Kyler murray, throwing for 328 yards and two touchdowns, and the Arizona cardinals they beat the Seattle Seahawk
For the second consecutive season, McCoy was a great understudy in a title role in Seattle and left with a victory. Last year, McCoy was with the New York Giants. This season, Murray missed a third game in a row due to an ankle injury.
McCoy completed 35 of 44 and outperformed Russell wilson from Seattle in his first home start since having finger surgery. McCoy threw 1-2 yard touchdown passes to Zach Ertz In the first half, he got a bit of luck in the third quarter when a possible interception was ruled out on replay and he had his first 300-yard passing game since 2014.
Arizona (9-2) had scoring units of 92 and 82 yards in the first half that consumed 16 minutes. The Cardinals ran another 7:30 minutes at the beginning of the fourth quarter, but Matt prater missed his second field goal attempt, from 36 yards to give hope to Seattle.
After 20 offensive units in a row without a touchdown, DeeJay Dallas scored on a 2-yard dash with 7:08 left to play to put Seattle to 16-13. The drive was marked by a 48-yard pass to Tyler lockett.
But McCoy finished the game with another fabulous possession that included a 20-yard pass to Ertz on third and seven and two runs designed for first downs. James conner capped off the series with a one-yard run with 2:20 left that sent fans of Seattle towards the exits.
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