‘Kyler World’: AT&T Stadium’s Wikipedia edited after Cardinals win https://arizonasports.com/story/242...tadiums-wikipedia-edited-after-cardinals-win/ Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray added to the pages of his impressive history books at AT&T Stadium on Monday night. The QB’s homecoming went off without a hitch as he helped the Cardinals cruise to a dominant 38-10 win over the reeling Dallas Cowboys. It marked his seventh victory as a starter in the stadium covering his entire football playing career. He’s yet to lose in Dallas. Murray stepped up under the bright lights, tossing two touchdowns and adding another on the ground in the victory. Soon after the shelling was over, someone decided it was only fitting to update AT&T Stadium’s Wikipedia page with its rightful owner and new nickname of “Kyler World.” “It also has the world’s 29th largest high definition video screen, where you can see the Arizona Cardinals whoop on the [Cowboys] in HD,” the Wikipedia entry added. The updates didn’t stop there, either. Not only is Murray the proud owner of AT&T Stadium, it has also been dubbed “Kyler’s Playground.” And the ones behind the Wikipedia page didn’t forget about the Cardinals offensive architect in head coach Kliff Kingsbury. The stadiums location was changed to “Kingsbury’s Backyard” after Arizona put up 438 yards of total offense with five touchdowns. The defense was given some love too. And rightfully so. The stadium is now operated by the “AZ Cardinals Defense” after limiting an offense loaded with weapons to 10 points and forcing four turnovers — two interceptions and two fumbles. The performance was by far the defense’s best showing of 2020.