Kyler Murray Stat line vs. Buccaneers

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  1. Crimson Warrior

    Crimson Warrior Dangerous Murray Zealot

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    27/44 (61%) for 324 yards. 3 TDs 1 Int (97.2 QB Rating)

    3 rushes for 38 yards - 12.7 yards per carry.

    Some good, some bad.

    Man the the interception was disappointing. If we're being honest, it probably cost us the game.

    I hope, as he goes through his career, that's a throw K1 learns not to make.
     
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    He was "good"

    However, the redzone and 3rd down issues remain. And obviously couldn't close late.
     
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    The disappointing thing was that Sherfield was on the field late in the clutch when he's our worst wr.

    However, Kyler can't risk the game throwing to him. Even if he slipped...thats not Fitz or even KJ. Just throw it out of bounds.
     
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    He helped me in fantasy, and he played decently. If he weren't a rookie, I'd say one could hope for more against a bad defense, but he's not responsible for dropped balls or slipping receivers.
     
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    Crimson Warrior Dangerous Murray Zealot

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    I mean, it was a wobbler right? Threw it off his back, foot, under pressure.

    I might need to go back and watch it one more time, but I'm pretty sure there's just no need to make a dangerous throw like that in that situation.
     
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    Kurt made many throws and fumbles I wish he wouldn’t have made.

    There’s no perfect.
     
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    He was more aggressive. Even with the overthrows, I like that. That’s how he’s going to be more Mahomes than Smith.
     
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    The early momentum came to a screeching halt when he missed a wide open Cooper in the end zone on the first drive after the turn over.

    The INT was a really bad decision. The desperation decisions on the last drive were poor.

    Other than those instances he played pretty well.

    It sucks that we have to count on a rookie QB to basically play perfectly in order to have a chance to win. That’s life as the #1 overall pick though.
     
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    He had some rookie mistakes but other than that I thought he was pretty good today and he was certainly one of our best players today if not the best. If Kyler had even a decent defense, the INT wouldn't have mattered too much and we would be talking about a win today instead of a loss but it is what it is.

    I said it before but the kid is our franchise QB and he's the main reason that I look forward to watching every game each week despite the overall poor team play that has us at only 3 wins for the season so far. After so many years in the team's history of atrocious QB play, it is nice to finally have a legit young gunslinger with massive potential.
     
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    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    Dude was great...doesn't play like a rookie.

    Sign Drake next year and we are 2 WR's who can stretch the field away from an elite offense.
     
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    Maxx cost us the game...

    Vance cost us the game...

    DJ cost us the game...

    Murray certainly did not cost us the game.

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    I agree with this. I am of the opinion that we are 3 players away on both sides of the ball from being really good team.
     
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    I mean he played great up until that moment. And I rewatched the Int.. I guess part of it is on Sherfield, or the defender for tripping him. It wasn't necessarily a "jump ball". It floated a little though.

    But Ron, on 2nd down and ten, in (automatic) field goal range, up by four, four minutes left, do you need to throw a ball that even might get picked?

    Bad decision IMHO. Hopefully he'll learn.
     
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    You forgot PP’s offside cost us the game.
     
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    It’s a team game. Unfortunately this team can’t depend on this defense to stop the opposing offense from driving over 80 yards TWICE in less than 3 minutes.

    One int. In 201 passes. Would have been nice to see the defense pick him up.
     
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