Cardinals' Kyler Murray runs untouched for a 21-yard touchdown

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Facing second-and-19 from the Washington Football Team's 21-yard-line, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray tucked the ball and took off, giving a shoulder shake to a defender before gliding into the end zone to give the Cardinals a commanding lead early in the fourth quarter Sunday at State Farm Stadium.

Murray sat in the pocket for a beat or two before seeing a massive hole open up before him, prompting his decision to take off. He began running left and then followed the left numbers toward the goal line before encountering Washington safety Troy Apke.

Murray put a shoulder fake on him that left Apke grasping at air before Murray made it into the end zone for his second rushing touchdown of the game and third of the season.