Kyler Murray may not be a superstar. But he’s at a fascinating pivot point


It was Week 8 of the 2021 National Football League season and Kyler Murray was marching down the field.

The Arizona Cardinals quarterback was chewing up yards with his accurate arm and flurried feet, and it seemed like there could only be one outcome. Because this was Murray. He’d started a potential game-winning Thursday night drive against the Green Bay Packers on his own one-yard line, and now there were just four yards to go and 15 seconds left.

It…



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