Kyler Murray completed 8-of-11 passes for 87 yards in the Cardinals' 18-7, Week 17 loss to the Rams.
Murray entered the week with a leg injury but made the start in the do-or-die NFC West tilt. Unfortunately, Rams DL Morgan Fox fell on Murray's ankle in the first quarter, and Murray had to miss two-plus quarters of action before returning in the fourth frame with the Cardinals drowning with backup Chris Streveler. Murray wasn't able to pull out the heroics, and he wraps up his sophomore season going 375-of-558 (67.2%) for 3,971 yards (7.1 YPA) and a 26:12 TD:INT mark. He tossed the same amount of picks as he did as a rookie but upped his touchdown total by six. As a rusher, Murray added 133-819-11, blowing his 2019 rushing line of 93-544-4 out of the water. It was what made Murray fantasy's QB1 overall after Week 16. (Most fantasy players don't count Week 17.) Murray will go into next summer as a top-three fantasy quarterback. Jan 03 7:40 pm (EST)
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