If Week 1 is any evidence, Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray has vaulted from a fun-to-watch, he’ll-put-it-together-someday signal-caller into the league’s upper tier
Sometimes you can just tell a player has made the proverbial leap. You can see it. You can feel it.
In Week 1, the Cardinals’ Kyler Murray vaulted from a fun-to-watch, he’ll-put-it-together-someday quarterback into the league’s upper tier. Murray torched the Tennessee Titans through the air. He torched them on the ground. He played within the flow of Arizona’s system; he broke it apart, freelanced a little, and clubbed the Titans over the head some more.