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September 16, 2019
Arizona Cardinals quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray had yet another impressive performance on Sunday.
Murray went 25 of 49 for 349 yards but lost to the Baltimore Ravens 23-17. Murray is coming off of a 308 yard, with two touchdown performance in the Cardinals opener last week against the Detroit Lions.
Murray is the second player in league history to throw for more than 300 plus yards in his first two games. The only other to do so was Cam Newton.
While he said he’s “not cool” with losing, Murray did say he thinks their offense had some positives to take away from Sunday and he’s starting to feel better at the helm of the team, too.
“I’m not where I want to be five years from now or whatever like that, but as far as being comfortable, I’m feeling pretty good right now,” Murray said. “They’re a team that likes to bring a lot of pressure. They got back there a little bit today. I thought we handled it well for the most part, threw the ball well.”