Another eventful game for the Cardinals ends in a rare overtime disaster, as Bills' safety Jairus Byrd intercepts John Skelton and returns it to the Arizona 6-yard line. Ryan Lindell kicked the 25-yard game-winner, and Arizona has now lost two straight after starting the season 4-0.
Ryan Fitzpatrick finished the day 18-of-32 for 153 yards and a 68.9 QB rating. He was sacked twice—both coming from outside linebacker O'Brien Schofield.
Kevin Kolb finished his day early, leaving with a rib injury midway through a drive. He completed 14-of-26 passes for 128 yards, one TD, one INT and a 64.3 rating. John Skelton, in his first game active from injury, completed just 2-of-10 passes for 45 yards and the INT for a 6.3 rating.
It wasn't a good relief effort for Skelton, who suffered from the same lack of protection Kolb did.
Buffalo improves to 3-3, and with the way the cards fell today are now in a four-way tie for the lead in the AFC East.
Arizona drops to 4-2, and with San Francisco's loss and Seattle's win are in a three-way tie for first in the NFC West.
The 2012 NFL season is officially wacky, and with 10 games to go it will be a fun finish.
Other Statistical Leaders
C.J. Spiller: 12 carries for 88 yards, 1 TD
Fred Jackson: 16 carries for 53 yards
William Powell: 13 carries for 70 yards
Kevin Kolb: Five carries for 66 yards
Steve Johnson: Six receptions for 82 yards
Larry Fitzgerald: Six receptions for 93 yards, 1 TD
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