As insane as that game was, it seemingly could have only ended in the fashion it did, a tie.
The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals played one of the worst games in the history of football, as both teams failed to score a touchdown in a 6-6 tie.
Cardinals kicker Chandler Catanzaro had a chance to win the game with a second field goal in overtime, but his 24-yard attempt with 3:19 remaining bounced off the left upright.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians argued loudly for a penalty and was charged with a timeout when he challenged a play that is not reviewable.
Typically, there is only one kicker who sits and ponders "what if" as he curls up in his locker and tries to disappear after a costly missed field goal. I'm guessing his dreams were not just haunted by that kick, but by a flying Bobby Wagner coming right at him.
Two other crucial miscues by Arizona's special-teams unit helped send this game to OT in the first place. The Seahawks quarterback had the ball ripped out of his grip when Arizona's Chandler Jones chopped his arm like he was trying to take down an evergreen.
Miami overcame an 11-point deficit with 16 minutes left to end a four-game winning streak by the Bills (4-3). Frank Clark, the second year defensive end from MI, also disrupted the Arizona Cardinals passing game.
SEAHAWKS OFFENSE: The Seattle offense was stuffed by the Arizona defense throughout regulation.
And USA Today's Tom Pelissero says don't be fooled by what Wilson and Pete Carroll say - Wilson is not the same player on his two bad legs.
Catanzaro made 2 of 4 field goal attempts, while Hauschka made 2 of 3.
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Arizona Cardinals kicker Chandler Catanzaro, an avid golfer, is familiar with the gimme.
Such kicks are often called automatic.
In a night filled with a roller coaster of emotions from fans of both teams, actor Samuel L. Jackson tweeted out the ideal reaction that every Cardinals fan can relate to. "I didn't touch him", Wagner said.
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He added a second goal six minutes later when he stole the puck from Erik Karlsson before slipping it past the goaltender. For the last place team to come out and play that game is nearly as impressive as what Matthews did.
The last tie in the National Football League was in 2014, when Carolina and Cincinnati tied in a 37-37 thriller.
The tie was the Cardinals' first since December 1986, a 10-10 draw at Philadelphia when the franchise was based in St. Louis. The 49ers scored touchdowns on two of their first four possessions, before closing shop for the day. However, if two great defenses are so impressive that no one scores, did this game really happen?
The Cardinals drove downfield on its first possession but settled for a Catanzaro 45-yard field goal.
"Well I saw the pylon move, I'm not sure, I'm surprised it wasn't reviewed, you know", Arians said.
"I feel like we beat ourselves". The Cardinals front-seven was either getting to Wilson or getting held on nearly every play. Until overtime, the only time the Seahawks got past midfield was when Tanner McEvoy blocked Ryan Quigley's punt to set up the field goal that tied it 3-3.
"I don't know if I've ever seen anything like it", Keim said about the game during his weekly appearance on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM radio Monday morning.
"It comes down to execution, not shooting ourselves in the foot and making plays", Kaepernick said.
The Cardinals tie, in part because of a controversial non call on a blocked field goal.
Wilson completed 24 of 37 passes for 225 yards, but those numbers are much exaggerated; a large chunk of total yardage comes from some successful drives in overtime.
Russell Wilson had done nothing worthwhile for the Seahawks after 60 minutes, but he rebounded well in overtime.
Arizona's defense almost scored halfway through the fourth quarter when Chandler Jones hit Wilson as he was about to pass and the ball bounced toward the Seattle goal line, but Michael Glowinski jumped on it for Seattle at the 4-yard line, a 20-yard loss.
The Cardinals found a lot of yards but couldn't come up with any touchdowns.
In overtime, Perryman's fourth-and-1 stop on running back Devonta Freeman gave San Diego the ball at Atlanta's 43 for the Chargers' winning drive.