Found October 16, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Arizona Cardinals, one of the league's most surprising teams this season, hosted the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon. The Cardinals came into the match-up with a 4-1 record, while the Bills were at a below average 2-3 record.Arizona wanted this win for a lot of reasons, but most importantly, they wanted to keep up their superb performance so that they could compete with the established 49ers and young and versatile Seahawks, both being division rivals. And the Bills, well, they needed to get back on track after being slaughtered by the San Francisco 49ers 45-3 last week. So, either way, this game was important for both teams.And with that, the game was played. Back and forth they went, and the game was closer than ever. The Bills ended up edging out the Cardinals in overtime, with Rian Lindell kicking the game winning 25-yard field goal. It was a great game played by both Buffalo and Arizona, and there were a lot of things to take away from it. Since I can't list them ...
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