Reports: Kyler Murray unlikely to play today, Colt McCoy likely to start

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For the third straight game, the Cardinals are expected to start Colt McCoy at quarterback.

Kyler Murray is expected to miss his third consecutive game with an ankle injury, according to multiple reports.

McCoy is also injured, having suffered a pectoral injury last week, but he is expected to be able to go.

The 8-2 Cardinals are at 3-6 Seattle, and the uncertainty surrounding the Cardinals’ quarterback situation has made the Seahawks 2.5-point favorites.

Murray was an MVP candidate before suffering his injury. McCoy played very well in his first game as Murray’s replacement but struggled in last week’s loss.

5 responses to “Reports: Kyler Murray unlikely to play today, Colt McCoy likely to start

  1. Colt McCoy started for the Giants last year when they beat the Shehawks in Seattle. Just sayin’.

  2. I’ve rated Murray highly since he entered the league. This should be a cautionary tale for those who think ‘mobile’ QBs represent only upside over a pocket passer.
    Good luck to Murray and the Cards, tho.

  3. With the extra game this year I wouldn’t be surprised if teams let some of their veterans rest with a bogus illness so they are sorta fresh down the stretch .

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