Kyler Murray is the best chance the Arizona Cardinals have at winning their first-ever MVP award.
It’s frustrating for the Arizona Cardinals who’ve been around since 1898 that they’ve never had a league MVP. Kurt Warner and Carson Palmer are the two who have arguably been the closest the Cardinals have gotten. Technically, the only MVP that’s been around the team since the turn of the Millenia was Larry Fitzgerald’s Pro Bowl MVP in 2008. Murray was actually part of the conversation for quite some time last season, and if it wasn’t for Russell Wilson’s uncharacteristic hot start, It would’ve been Murray alone in the spotlight for the first half of the season.
However, if there ever was a year that Kyler Murray was going to win the MVP, it’s this upcoming year. There are five reasons that will be covered, giving Arizona it’s first MVP player ever. These include other candidates finally fading from the discussion, Murray’s own growth and more.
So here are the five reasons (countdown style) why Kyler Murray will win the MVP this year, as he works to become the face of the NFL.