As mentioned, he had the 93-yards rushing on Sunday. That included a 6-yard run for a touchdown in the first quarter.
Murray had to work for that touchdown but he made it. For awhile that touchdown held true to the lead until the Bengals tied it in the 4th.
Murray also did not turn the ball over. He didn’t throw any touchdowns but he did something he had not been doing much over the first four weeks of the season.
Whenever Murray got into trouble over the first month of the season, he wouldn’t always throw the ball away. On Sunday, he was sacked just one time and threw the ball away when necessary.
He did seem to throw the ball away quickly once or twice, but that was much better than the alternative. Murray went 20-32 for 253-yards.
Murray’s longest run of the day was 24-yards, which put them into position to allow kicker Zane Gonzalez to kick a game-winner. Murray was calm and cool most of the day.