Kyler Murray: ‘That’s my job’ know playbook better

1 significant reason Kyler Murray continued to be connected to this Arizona Cardinals during the draft procedure was his intimate understanding of the crime Kliff Kingsbury plans to bring to Arizona. That assumption has not gone unnoticed through offseason workouts.
Larry Fitzgerald went so far as to state recently the rookie quarterback knows the offense better than anyone else on the group. Murray will not disagree with his Hall of Fame-bound receiver but noted it’s his job to know the crime inside and out.
“Obviously, I am more familiar with itcoach Kingsbury knows it the very best,” Murray said after Tuesday’s minicamp, via the Associated Press. “With him (Fitzgerald) being a veteran, not having to come to the OTAs and me every day, analyzing it daily, yes I do understand it better. But that is my occupation.”
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Murray’s experience in wide-open offenses at faculty gives him a leg-up on some veterans, but he is not the only player familiar with all the verbiage or routes of Kingsbury’s scheme.
“There is probably some truth to it, having been in an identical system all the years,” Kingsbury said of Murray understanding the playbook better than the veterans.” (Receiver) Christian Kirk has a good feel for it also. Some of the vocabulary and concepts are really similar to what they’ve done before.”
Recognizing that the playbook is just half the struggle. Murray understands that guards will pick up on the programs too, so he should adjust accordingly.
“The windows are a lot tighter, men are a good deal smarter,” Murray said. “They understand what you’re going to do before you do it; you say hutthey already know what you’re looking for. It is mind games, but it is fun, a lot of competition — what I thought it’d be.”
The achievement of this 2019 Arizona Cardinals rests largely on the arm, legs, and brain of the rookie quarterback. Having a jumpstart on knowing the machine can simply be beneficial.

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