I Won't Hear a Bad Word About Kyler Murray

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  1. Stout

    Stout I gave my cards a victory...

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    This kid took a team on his back and absolutely out-dueled one of the best in the league in Russell Wilson. Without Kyler, we had no chance. None. Without Kyler, this is an ugly double-digit loss. What a master class is showing grit, determination, leadership, and a never-say-die attitude. Kudos, young man, kudos.

    The fact that he threw that godawful pick? Well, he only threw 1/3 of the godawful picks that Wilson did. The fact that he kept me up until almost 1am the night before a new job? His performance will carry me through a day of administrative crap :) Like I said, I won't hear a bad word about Kyler Murray.
     
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    Kid is growing! We are seeing Kyler put games on his back and is making great decisions on the biggest stage. Kyler is the best shot at a Super Bowl for this team!
     
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    Best of luck with your new job, and I agree with you about Kyler he grew up last night.
     
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    Dhop got in is grill last week. He asked him do you want to be good or do you want to be great? Maybe that Dhop told him he needs to be more vocal
     
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    It was certainly the most tired I have felt after a game, my nerves and clenched anus couldn't take anymore.
     
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    Yes he is only one we have ever had beside Kurt Warner
     
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    Kyler couldn't wait to make that throw either. It's like the Seahawks were shocked how quickly the ball was snapped.
     
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    Great game, lots of upside to him still. Sky is truly the limit if he grows as we all expect and is surrounded by the players he needs to succeed. I am pretty excited.
     
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    That was dope.
     
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    Do some people still want Rosen/Bosa now?
     
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    I was one that thought we would do better having that combo. I was somewhat skeptical drafting Kyler. Glad I was wrong. To be honest wasn't excited about Rosen. Just thought rebooting so early was not a good idea. Glad I am not the GM.
     
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    I actually think we had SB caliber offenses before, the Jim Hart, Terry Metcalf and Mel Gray team that had a SB offense but the defense wasn't good. The 84 Cards with Lomax again SB offense, Roy Green etc but the defense wasn't quite there and we cheaped out in the draft that year if we took Louis Lipps we probably would have won the division.

    Lomax before the injury was good enough, Hart in his era was good enough, INT prone and not mobile but got rid of the ball and we had a great OL then.

    Obviously Warner was good enough and I think Kyler will be, we just have to draft better around him.
     
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    Wonder what it was ultimately with Rosen, as in why has failed so badly. I wonder if he was too vocal on non football matters? But I dont know
     
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    Why on earth does Murray have a lower QBR then Wilson in this game?

    Wilson - 74
    Murray - 62
     

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