TAMPA, Fla. -- Larry Legend was at it again Sunday.
With the Arizona Cardinals facing fourth-and-5 late in the second quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald made a one-handed grab along the sideline that kept Arizona's drive alive and led to a score two plays later as it took a 13-10 lead with 1:10 left in the first half.
Cardinals rookie quarterback Kyler Murray threw his pass to Fitzgerald a tad high and long, but Fitzgerald reached out with his right hand, tipped the ball and caught it as he was going to the ground. He slid out of bounds after the ball was secured. The play was reviewed but upheld.
Fitzgerald is now up to 101 receptions in a row and counting without a drop. His last drop came in Week 4 of 2018, his only drop of that season.
Christian Kirk caught the touchdown pass, a 33-yard strike from Murray that was his first score since Week 11 of last season.
Absolutely ｔｏｒｃｈｅｄ 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/hOZ0HbaRoF— Arizona Cardinals ⋈ (@AZCardinals) November 10, 2019
Kirk then added a 69-yard touchdown midway through the third quarter.
The concentration on this one is next level. pic.twitter.com/AsMavoLhx0— Arizona Cardinals ⋈ (@AZCardinals) November 10, 2019
Kirk joined Fitzgerald (2015) and Anquan Boldin (2008) as the only Cardinals players over the last 20 seasons with at least three TD receptions when he hauled in a deflected touchdown in the fourth quarter to give the Cardinals a 27-23 lead.