Twitter Puts Kyler Murray On Blast For Poor Game Management Decision

The Cardinals are now 0-3 at home this season


Oct 9, 2022

Kyler Murray continued to make headlines in Week 5, but for all the wrong reasons.

It’s only fitting the Cardinals’ Week 5 contest started with their quarterback sporting questionable fashion sense and ended with Murray making a huge mistake to cost Arizona against the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles.

The Cardinals were down three with a 1:45 left in the game. Murray did a solid job of driving his team down the field to potentially tie the game. After completing an eight-yard pass to Marquise Brown, Murray spiked the ball on first down. He then ran for nine yards and proceeded to spike the ball again.

It appeared Murray did not understand his slide was well short of a first down, and the spike made it a fourth-and-1. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury trotted out Matt Ammendola, who was signed due to an injury from Matt Prater. Ammendola missed a 43-yard kick to put the Cardinals at 2-3 on the year and 0-3 at home.

Twitter didn’t let Murray off with an easy pass.

Well, at least Arizona covered the five-point spread.

On the even brighter side, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II” comes out Oct. 28, the weekend when the Cardinals play the Minnesota Vikings in Week 8.

Obviously not the start the Cardinals wished for heading into the season, and it is only exacerbated when you consider the offseason drama around Murray’s contract.

Thumbnail photo via Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports Images
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