Kyler Murray takes 21 seconds, 85 yards to execute a two-point conversion

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Running quarterbacks can be a blessing and a curse. They can make plays that pocket-bound quarterback’s can’t, but they can also run themselves right into a whole lot of trouble. You have to accept a certain amount of randomness with players like that, and it’s safe to say that the Arizona Cardinals have learned to accept a certain amount of randomness from quarterback Kyler Murray. That can be great, and there are times when it isn’t.

When it is unpresented? Well, that would have to be during Sunday’s matchup between the Cardinals and the Las Vegas Raiders. With 8:13 left in the fourth quarter, and just after running back Darrel Williams scored a one-yard rushing touchdown to put the score at Raiders 23, Cardinals 13, Murray did…

…well, he did this.

Per the CBS broadcast, the play took 20.8 seconds before Murray finally got in the end zone, and per Next Gen Stats, he traveled 84.8 yards before he got there.

As we said, quarterbacks like Murray can amaze, and they can exasperate. Sometimes, they can do both in the same play.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire