Kyler Murray Stat Line vs. Giants

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  1. SoonerLou

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    That first half Kyler was automatic on 3rd downs. That boosts the QBR quite a bit.

    He also only had 1 negative play (QBR wouldn't count the out of bounds play against him)
    (which makes even more remarkable we didn't try to get some kind of passing game going)

    He probably was on his way to a very high QBR game if not for the rain/play calling. Jones had a better 2nd half in terms of the eye test. Simply because we were just waiting until the clocks hit zero.
     
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    Look..... On one hand you have to be happy with a 10am victory in New York.

    On the other hand you have to temper that with how KK called plays, our inability to play in the rain, and the complete ineptitude of the team we played.

    In the end, an ugly win is better than a beautiful loss.

    Smile on the plane going home guys, but also use the time to fix your mistakes because we have a super tough game next week at (you guessed it) 10am.
     
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    GatorAZ Formerly known as GatorHater

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    After some research it’s been approximately 255 offensive snaps since the Clowney INT.
     
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    They schedule makers didn't give a **** about the Cardinals.
     
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    Yet we still scored 27 points.
     
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    We’ve probably had the easiest first half schedule. Not bad for a rookie QB/HC.
     
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    Yea just wish me had that dominant win to carry momentum into Saints week. Now I'm worried about Kliff possibly getting spooked by Payton and that crowd. 4th and short in the redzone are we kicking fgs or going for TDs?

    I think Kliff is a guy who gains confidence if the QB is taking charge. He saw the tipped pass against the Falcons at the end half. Got spooked. He saw Chase drop a pass, Kyler throw a pass that slipped out of his hand...got spooked.

    The better Kyler plays I think the better Kliff will call plays.

    Going forward Kyler is going to have to be better on when to keep on those read options. And hopefully he'll get to the point where he'd audible out of some of these play calls from Kliff and put us in favorable positions (The great ones do it)
     
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    Those decisions were made before they knew how good the teams were going to be.
     
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    I just wish we had our red zone issues sorted out against the Lions/Ravens.

    Would be 5-2 right now.

    Rookie mistake, but Kliff should have took the preseason seriously.
     
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    Does anybody realize how many games the Seahawks have won when Wilson was 14 of 19 for 146 yards?

    Do what you have to do to win. Funny when we were throwing the ball all over the place and losing we were saying we had to run the ball more. Now we win, run the bell more and there are some griping about the play calling and lack of passing.

    I’m confused.
     
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    Ok. Just thought it was odd.
     
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    If you ask Seahawks fans they'll tell you how they called out the bad play calling during those wins as well. There's nothing wrong with wanting better or playing to win.

    This was the 28th defense in the league and we shut it down once the rain really hit.
     
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    Or thrown 5 interceptions in the NFCCG.
     
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    Crimson Warrior Dangerous Murray Zealot

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    I think that pretty fair Doctor.
     
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    Crimson Warrior Dangerous Murray Zealot

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    It's impressive how well Murray takes care of the ball. It's the kind of intangible that separates average QBs from good QBs.
     
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