Kyler Murray takes NFC offensive player of the week

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The Cardinals went into last Sunday’s game with hopes of ending a two-game losing streak and most people thought they’d get it done given the fact that they were playing the Jets.

Arizona cruised to a 30-10 win and the play of quarterback Kyler Murray was a big reason why they got the win. Murray was 27-of-37 for 380 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He also ran for a touchdown to help the Cardinals get to 3-2 on the season.

Murray was named the NFC’s offensive player of the week on Wednesday in recognition of that performance. It’s the second time that Murray has taken the honors as he also did it once during his rookie season.

Murray will try to keep the Cardinals rolling in prime time this week. The Cardinals will be in Dallas on Monday night.


4 responses to “Kyler Murray takes NFC offensive player of the week

  1. Murray beat the hapless Jets. He made a couple of bone headed throws that were easy interceptions.
    He also had the advantage of the jets corner backs being terrible and getting to throw to DeAndre Hopkins.
    He didn’t look that good that game and against a better team his stat line wouldn’t have looked so good.
    I’m not saying he’s bad, just that he sure didn’t look like a star QB a few days ago.
    The JEts can make anyone look great.

  2. Eh, Wilson or DK over this “participation trophy” (I liked that) for Murray.

    DK was super clutch and single handed saved the game for the Hawks.

  3. With his homecoming game coming up this Monday, it could happen again… He vibes in that stadium.

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