In the final minute of the game, down by seven points, the Cardinals were driving. After successfully moving the ball from their own 20 to Seattle's 27 yard line, the drive stalled. The Seahawks defense stuffed Chase Edmonds for no gain on first down and Kyler Murray couldn't connect with his receivers on either of the next two plays, bringing up fourth down.
Enter Carlos Dunlap II.
Forced to go for it with 0:38 left to play, Kyler Murray dropped back. With most defenders in coverage, the Seahawks sent in a three-man rush to pressure the quarterback. Dunlap flew in off the right side, shedding the block, and smothered Murray.
With the turnover on downs and no timeouts left for Arizona, it was game over. The Seahawks won 28-21 to retake first place in the NFC West.
The best photos from Seahawks vs. Cardinals at Lumen Field. Fueled by Nesquik.