Being 4-0 ‘feels normal’ for Cardinals QB Kyler Murray

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Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is back to winning. Losing was not something he was used to before entering the NFL, so it was an adjustment when they lost 10 games in 2019 and eight games in 2020, including five of their last seven games.

Now the Cardinals are 4-0 to start the year and he likes how normal it feels.

“I’m used to winning, that’s what it is,” he told reporters Wednesday. “This is not a new feeling for me. It feels right, it feels normal. To be back in a position where we go into each and every game confident that we will come out victorious is a great feeling, for sure.”

Murray went 42-0 in high school. He went 12-2 at Oklahoma.

After years of losing and not making it to the postseason, Murray is exactly the quarterback the Cardinals need. He will not accept losing. He tolerated it during his first season. He didn’t like it last season.

He is the type of player to demand the organization put together a team taht can win. That sort of accountability is perfect for a team that is historically not good.

It gives fans the promise of sustained competitiveness for the next decade or more.

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