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Arizona Cardinals ‘Hail Murray’ in the final four of the ESPY ‘Best Play’ voting

Buffalo Bills v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Maybe you have a reason to watch the ESPY’s in 2021.

The Arizona Cardinals “Hail Murray” has been advanced to the final four of the ESPY voting for Best Play.

From the team:

The “Hail Murray” featuring Cardinals QB Kyler Murray and WR DeAndre Hopkins is one of four finalists for “Best Play” at the 2021 ESPYS.

Last week in the quarterfinals, the “Hail Murray” advanced to the Final Four after defeating the one-handed interception by Clemson’s Andrew Booth Jr. in the Tigers October victory over Virginia. In the initial round of 16 head-to-head voting the previous week, the “Hail Murray” advanced to the Elite Eight by defeating Villanova QB Daniel Smith’s memorable TD pass vs. Delaware.

Fans have the opportunity to vote for the “Hail Murray” in the Championship Round by visiting:

https://www.espn.com/espys/story/_/page/voting-play/espys-2021-vote-best-play

The winner of “Best Play” will be announced on The ESPYS on July 10th airing at 5:00 PM (Arizona time) on ABC.

One of the enduring moments of the 2020 NFL season, the 43-yard Murray-to-Hopkins touchdown pass with just 0:02 on the clock gave Arizona a 32-30 win over Buffalo in Week 10. Four plays earlier, Bills WR Stefon Diggs had a 21-yard touchdown catch with 0:34 remaining, marking just the second time in 60 years that a game featured multiple go-ahead touchdown passes in the final 40 seconds of regulation.

The “Hail Murray” was named the 2020 Bridgestone Clutch Play of the Year at NFL Honors in February.

Make sure you keep voting for the Arizona Cardinals to win “Best Play”.