Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray went with a notable change in his cleat game on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
Murray wore what looked like a pair of yellow Nike cleats, with the accents coming in red.
Those were record-breaking cleats for Murray, as with just his first carry of the game he eclipsed his previous franchise high of 544 rushing yards for a quarterback in his rookie season.
Fans approved of the cleat choice.
Murray started out the first half in those cleats fairly well and finished the game with two touchdowns on the ground and another in the air. That one passing touchdown, of course, was the 43-yard Hail Murray to DeAndre Hopkins that won the game with two seconds remaining. That play was all made possible by Murray in those cleats, scrambling to his left and improbably finding Hopkins.
Murray added 245 yards passing and 61 more rushing in the Cardinals’ 32-30 win over the Bills.