The Raiders moved a step closer to the playoffs, while the Bills jumped into the AFC East's top seed. Here is the current postseason outlook after Thursday's trio of games.
- 8/13W 19-16
- 8/20L 17-10
- 9/12W 38-13
- 9/19W 34-33
- 9/26W 31-19
- 10/3W 37-20
- 10/10W 17-10
- 10/17W 37-14
- 10/24W 31-5
- 10/28L 24-21
- 11/7W 31-17
- 11/14L 34-10
- 11/21W 23-13
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McCoy has been doing everything for the Cardinals this month, from tying shoes to giving advice to winning games.
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Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray was ruled inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, causing him to miss his third straight contest.
Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer
Cardinals inactives: QB Kyler Murray, WR DeAndre Hopkins, RB Jonathan Ward, DB James Wiggins and LG Justin Pugh.
The Cardinals are not expected to make a final decision about their starting quarterback until pregame warm-ups Sunday, but signs point to Colt McCoy making his third straight start in place of the injured Kyler Murray, sources told ESPN.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
Cardinals are not expected to make any final decisions until pre-game warmups, but signs heading into Sunday's game in Seattle point to Colt McCoy starting his third straight game for Arizona in place of the injured Kyler Murray, per sources.
A decision on whether Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray will play his first game since spraining his left ankle Oct. 28 will be made after he goes through a workout before Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
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Quarterback Kyler Murray was inactive for a second straight game Sunday for the Arizona Cardinals' 34-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer
Cardinals inactives: QB Kyler Murray, WR DeAndre Hopkins, WR Andy Isabella, RB Jonathan Ward, DB James Wiggins, LG Justin Pugh, OL Max Garcia.