Kyler Murray gets another NFC offensive player of the week award

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Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has won the NFC player of the week award for the second time in three weeks.

Murray received the award in Week Five, and he just got it again for his Week Seven performance against the Seahawks.

On Sunday night Murray completed 34 of 48 passes for 360 yards and three touchdowns, and he added 67 yards and a touchdown rushing.

Murray is on pace to score 16 rushing touchdowns this season, which would be an NFL record for a quarterback.

4 responses to “Kyler Murray gets another NFC offensive player of the week award

  1. He’s won so many it doesn’t really matter anymore, but Brady was 33/45 for 369 yards, 4 TDs, 1 rushing TD, and no INTs.

  2. Slightly over average QB numbers for this year by Kyler last week. The award should have went to Davante Adams career day.

  3. Kyler is one of the best QB’s in the NFL already and he’s played what 23 games? I love how all the haters give him no respect.

  4. Justifiable… This is now a trend and factual evidence that he must be included within the MVP discussion. Yes, Russell may be the leader at this point in the season, deservedly so, but we have another half to go. And if Kyler is setting all time NFL records and leading his team deep into the playoffs he very well could take it. Enjoy his evolution!

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