GLENDALE, Ariz. —
Jarius Byrd's second interception of the game set up Rian Lindell's game-winner 3:50 into overtime. Byrd, limited in practice last week with a chest injury, picked off John Skelton and returned it 29 yards to the Arizona 6.
"I don't think my heart can take much of that," said Buffalo defensive end Chris Kelsay, who sacked Kolb for a safety early in the game. "But it was a fun game. There was never any doubt in anyone's mind, I don't think, that we were going to lose that game, and it showed."
Lindell's short field goal sent the Bills (3-3) home a winner, easing the pain that came in blowout losses to New England and San Francisco, when Buffalo allowed a combined 1,201 yards and 97 points.
Skelton, active for the first time since spraining his left ankle in the season opener, entered the game late in the fourth quarter after Kevin Kolb went down with rib and chest injuries, the extent of which were not initially known.
Buffalo coach Chan Gailey endured extreme emotions, too, just the other way around.
"You don't think there is any way a guy is going to make a 61-yarder," Gailey said, "and then you think for sure he is going to make the short one and he doesn't."
The Cardinals lost their second in a row after a 4-0 start and are headed into a tough stretch with a game at Minnesota next Sunday, followed by a Monday night home game with Sam Francisco.
The Cardinals went into overtime for the sixth time in their last nine home games and had won all of them until Sunday.
It looked like another stunning Arizona comeback when Feely, whose previous long was 55, nailed the 61-yarder, the third 60-yard plus kick in the league this season — an NFL record.