GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Sometime in the second quarter Sunday, Cardinals receiver Andre Roberts put a little piece of knowledge in quarterback Kevin Kolb's back pocket: Roberts had his defender beat on one particular play if Kolb had time to get it there.
It was a subtle heads-up early in the game, but Kolb knows Roberts well enough to take such a tip to heart.
"He's just quiet and subtle," Kolb said. "So usually when he says it, I know he means it. Sure enough, he did."
Kolb connected with Roberts for a touchdown on the play with 22 seconds left in regulation Sunday, tying the score to force overtime in a game the Cardinals would win 24-21 over the Dolphins and providing an exclamation point on the best game of Roberts' career.
"The funny thing is we had run that play twice in those four plays (on the drive)," Roberts said. "I guess (Cardinals coaches) saw on the sideline I was open the first time. It was a double move that we thought ...