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Cardinals’ Kyler Murray hits DeAndre Hopkins for 35-yard TD vs Seahawks

Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins, Cardinals, Seahawks

Seahawks-Cardinals has not disappointed thus far, featuring some big plays early on. After Russell Wilson struck first with a touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett, Kyler Murray and his new favorite weapon, Deandre Hopkins, had to respond.

Murray found Hopkins down the left-sideline for a beautiful 35-yard connection at the end of the first quarter. 

Coming into the week 7 matchup with the Seahawks, DeAndre Hopkins was leading the league in receptions (47), and in yards (601) and was really proving his worth for the Cardinals.

DeAndre Hopkins is one of very few receivers in the NFL who can truly do it all. He can go up and get jump ball over corners and safeties for the Cardinals. He can run routes with the best of them. He has an enormous catch radius and incredible hands. He is the ultimate wide receiver. These catches shouldn’t surprise anyone.

The Cardinals should be featuring Hopkins more in this Sunday night matchup considering the Seahawks have one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL.

The Seahawks rank dead last in the NFL, in passing yards allowed with over 370 yards per game. With no Jamal Adams in the mix, Hopkins should be able to win any one on one matchup for the Cardinals.

Cardinals fans are jumping for joy early this year after seeing Hopkins’ chemistry with Kyler Murray. This is a duo that will rock the NFL for years to come in this league.

Not a bad return on investment for an aging running back and a second round pick.

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