Posted on: November 10, 2023, 11:16h.
Last updated on: November 10, 2023, 11:16h.
Kyler Murray is set to return as starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals after recovering from a serious knee injury, just in time for their upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons. The Cardinals are behind on the spread, even with Murray’s comeback.
The 1-8 Cardinals are expected to be the +1.5 home underdog when they face the Atlanta Falcons (4-5) on Sunday. While the Falcons are 4-5 ATS this season, the Cardinals have managed a 4-5 ATS record despite their single win this season.
Following the end of a six-game losing streak, Murray’s return brings a glimmer of hope, especially after organizational changes that saw the Cardinals fire their head coach and general manager.
The Cardinals’ quarterback shuffle saw Dobbs take over after injuries to McCoy and Cousins, but the return of Murray has brought stability to their offense, which previously struggled to put points on the board.
Cardinals QB Shuffle
The Cardinals shuffled their quarterbacks before the regular season began, but after a string of losses, the return of Murray breathes new life into the team’s offense.
Prior to his injury, Murray had consistently led the team to better offensive performances, setting high expectations for the team following his return to the lineup.
Murray Thrilled to Get off the Injury Reserve
Coming off an injury, Murray feels prepared and eager to return to the field. Head coach, Jonathan Gannon, shares similar enthusiasm, and both are ready for the challenge ahead.
As the Cardinals prepare for their big week 10 game, fans can look forward to Murray’s performance, especially after his strong track record prior to his injury.