Murray has missed the Cardinals’ past two games, but he was able to practice during the media availability portion of Wednesday’s practice. That’s a change from last week, when Murray was unable to practice on Wednesday or Thursday. That’s a good sign for his availability in Week 11 vs. the Seahawks.

The Cardinals’ offense has unsurprisingly floundered sans Murray. They were able to survive in Week 9 thanks to a monster performance from James Conner, but they came crashing back to reality last week vs. the Panthers. They managed just 169 yards of total offense in a 34-10 loss vs. the Panthers. Colt McCoy average just 3.10 adjusted yards per attempt in that contest, so Murray would give the team a massive upgrade at quarterback. Murray owns the sixth-highest Pro Football Focus grade at the quarterback position, and he leads the league with an average of 8.99 adjusted yards per attempt.

The Cardinals are currently listed as 2.5-point road favorites vs. the Seahawks on FanDuel Sportsbook.

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