Jarius Byrd's second interception of the game set up Lindell's game-winner 3:50 into overtime, which ended Arizona's home winning streak at eight games, one shy of the club record. Buffalo surrendered a franchise-worst 621 yards in last Sunday's 45-3 loss to the 49ers, becoming the first team in NFL history to allow 300 yards passing and 300 rushing in the same game. A record kick tied it for Arizona, a tipped one kept Buffalo in the game, and Rian Lindell's chip shot field goal from 25 yards gave the Bills an improbable victory. The Bills won after allowing 1,201 yards and 97 points in their previous two games. Though the Cardinals must find a way to better protect Kolb and will use a committee at running back, they could benefit from facing a Buffalo team that has been outscored 97-31 over the last two weeks.