Isaiah Simmons of the Arizona Cardinals pressures Jalen Hurts during the fourth quarter at State Farm Stadium on October 09, 2022 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) ((Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images))GLENDALE, Ariz. - Jalen Hurts ran for two touchdowns and the Philadelphia Eagles remained the NFL's only unbeaten team, beating Arizona 20-17 on Sunday after Matt Ammendola's late field-goal attempt for the Cardinals sailed wide right.The Eagles improved to 5-0 for the first time since 2004, when they won their first seven games and finished 13-3.The Cardinals never led, but looked as if they would push the game into overtime until Ammendola missed the 43-yarder.
The kick looked good for a split second but then veered hard to the right and outside the uprights. Ammendola was elevated to the active roster because of an injury to the team's starting kicker Matt Prater.Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray sild just short of a first down on a second-down run during the final drive, then spiked the ball on third down to force Ammendola’s attempt with 22 seconds left.Philadelphia scored the go-ahead field goal on a grinding 17-play, 70-yard drive that lasted nearly eight minutes.
Hurts extended the drive twice with 1-yard runs up the middle on third down, getting a great push from his offensive line for enough room to dive forward.Cameron Dicker — who was playing in place of the injured Jake Elliott — easily made the 23-yard field goal. Philadelphia's defense kept Arizona's offense out of the end zone on the final drive and then ran off the field celebrating when Ammendola's kick missed.Hurts continued an MVP-caliber season by completed 26 of 36 passes for 239 yards.