Kyler Murray hits DeAndre Hopkins for touchdown on Cardinals’ first drive

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Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins are back.

Murray and Hopkins, who have both been out for the last month with injuries, are both back today in Chicago. And it didn’t take them long to make their presence felt.

On the Cardinals’ first drive, they went for it on fourth-and-2 and Murray lofted a deep ball to Hopkins, who made a diving grab in the corner of the end zone for a 21-yard touchdown. It was initially ruled an incomplete pass, but on review it was confirmed that Hopkins did make the catch in bounds and held on as he went to the ground.

The Cardinals’ first drive was set up by an Andy Dalton interception after the Bears got the opening kickoff, and the Cardinals lead 7-0 in Chicago.

2 responses to “Kyler Murray hits DeAndre Hopkins for touchdown on Cardinals’ first drive

  1. Bears 4th and 2 at mid field in 1st half and down by 14 and they punt. Regardless of the actual score as a Bears fan you feel that the Bears are down 42 to zip with the current coaching gang in place. Is Nagy coaching for a better 2nd round position draft choice?

    The Red Rifle: Smooth as 10 year old bourbon once the game is over. Please don’t waste any money on either him or Foles for next year.

  2. I ❤️ Kyler to Hopkins…. That play was a classic signature moment for these two. (Yet another hail Murray moment)

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