It is about time for Murray to break out. The first two weeks he showed us what he can do in the air. last week he finally showed us some of that mobility everyone is talking about and rushed for 69-yards, much of it on called plays.
The trick will be to avoid sacks and throw the ball away when necessary. If he can do that, don’t be surprised if he gets 300+ yards passing and 100+ yards rushing. That would be the Murray we’ve all been waiting for.
You wouldn’t think the Seahawks would be the first Cardinals opponent to allow that but given the circumstances and the schedule to start the season, Murray has shown progression week to week. This week he puts it all together.
Now, he won’t throw anywhere near 450-yards like NFL Network analyst Maurice Jones-Drew believes he will, but Murray can still have a very nice day with his 300. Oh, and he’ll have at least a couple of touchdowns to go with those 300-yards passing and 100-yards rushing as well.