ryan_tannehill_1.jpgGLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) —Their quarterback was sacked eight times, they gave up 394 yards passing, they managed a whopping 28 yards on the ground.

And they won.

That's the way it is for Arizona at home, where the Cardinals have won eight in a row — five of them in overtime.

The latest thriller came Sunday, when Jay Feely's 46-yard field beat the Miami Dolphins 24-21 in overtime, improving the Cardinals to 4-0.

“Team-wise, personal-wise, offense-wise, that was crazy,” Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb said.

The Dolphins (1-3) had to wonder how this could happen to them two weeks in a row. The previous Sunday they lost 23-20 in overtime to the New York Jets.

“I am kind of speechless,” wide receiver Brian Hartline said after the game of his life. “I really don't know what to say. … Losing isn't fun but there are games where you just get beat. I don't mind saying it. I don't feel we got beat.”

Hartline set a franchise record with 253 yards receiving on 11 catches.

The Dolphins play the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.