WATCH: Kyler Murray Left Dumbstruck After Tough Loss Against Miami Dolphins

Published 11/16/2020, 6:18 AM EST


Kyler Murray was absolutely clueless when an interviewer asked how he would process the 34-31 loss to the Miami Dolphins. Murray has never been so stunned in any of his interviews, as he was after losing to the Dolphins.

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He was totally out of place; he looked like he was not prepared to answer any question that day. It was as if he could not accept that the Dolphins defeated the Cardinals fair and square.

Before answering any question pertaining to the Cardinals losing the game, he would take a good 10 seconds to think of what to say.

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On being asked how the Cardinals plan on moving forward from this loss, he could not find words. He fumbled a lot, made a few voice gestures, and finally said, “Just gotta do better.”

Kyler Murray really outdid himself as a Cardinal on Sunday against the Dolphins. He had 3 touchdowns and went for 21-of-26 through the air for 283 yards and not to forget the 106 yards rush getting another touchdown. His performance, to an extent, was off the charts.

Murray’s phenomenal performance was just not enough. After a point in the game, the Dolphin’s defense strengthened; and where the Dolphins rose to the occasion, the Arizona Cardinals‘ defense became weaker.

October 11, 2020; Santa Clara, California, USA; San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert (31) is tackled by Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard (25) and strong safety Bobby McCain (28) during the second quarter at Levi’s Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

While the Cardinals underperformed and Murray to some extent was not happy with his performance, the opposing team had an absolutely different view.

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“I think he might be the fastest quarterback in NFL right now,” said Miami Dolphins’ quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. He also added what Murray brings to the field. Knowing Murray’s strategy came in handy for the Dolphins to block his moves.

The scales of balance were certainly tipping towards the Cardinals till both teams came to a standstill at 31-31. The Dolphins suddenly turned the tables at this point, constantly blocking Murray’s moves.

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The last question that made Murray speechless for a few seconds was what was upsetting him the most. After taking a good 10-20 seconds, he finally uttered two words, “We lost.”

 

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Milind Bage

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Milind Bage is an NFL writer for EssentiallySports. During his time at school, he participated in a number of spotrs at both the national and state level. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with decent experience in content writing, client servicing, marketing, and branding.

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