Kyler Murray just turned what looked to be a completely dead play into six points for the Cardinals, thanks to a bit of magic from his legs. With the pocket collapsing and no one open, Murray bought himself some time by scrambling out of the pocket. He ended up dumping off a short pass to Larry Fitzgerald just before crossing the line of scrimmage, which he ended up taking to the house.
Murray waited until the last moment before releasing the ball, and his patience both in and out of the pocket allowed Fitzgerald to create the separation needed.
Even at 36, Fitzgerald is still lowering his shoulder and trucking defenders en route to the end zone. Murray's gonna be doing this for a while, too, FYI.