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Reports: Colt McCoy to start for Cardinals at Seattle

2021-11-21 18:32:10 GMT+00:00 – Kyler Murray just isn’t anticipated to play Sunday with the Arizona Cardinals ready to start quarterback Colt McCoy for a 3rd consecutive sport, in accordance to reviews.

McCoy was injured final week however his pectoral pressure did not preserve him out of shape as Arizona (8-2) ready for its journey to Seattle (3-6).

Murray has not performed this month and was restricted in apply by an ankle harm. Sitting him for a 3rd consecutive sport, coupled with a bye in Week 12, would give the Cardinals a full month to relaxation their MVP candidate.

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It marks the third straight week through which Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury has seen the star quarterback as a game-day resolution. Murray was injured throughout a loss to the Green Bay Packers on Oct. 28.

“He definitely progressed,” Kingsbury stated. “So we want to make sure that he’s in a place where he can play his game, protect himself and do all the things, and if he can, he’ll be out there.”

Murray has struggled to rediscover “the acceleration stuff that really makes him who he is at times,” in accordance to Kingsbury.

“He’s got to be able to use that to get away, escape trouble, the things that he does naturally and instinctively,” Kingsbury stated. “So we’re still trying to get to that point.”

Murray was a number one MVP candidate earlier than the harm. He has accomplished an NFL-best 72.7 p.c of his passes for 2,276 yards, 17 touchdowns and 7 interceptions and in addition has rushed for three scores.

“We’d love to have Kyler,” rookie wideout Rondale Moore stated. “We love Colt. Whoever is back there, I think the plan stays the same.”

The Cardinals are 1-1 with McCoy because the starter. He has accomplished 33 of 46 passes for 356 yards with one TD and one interception.

–Field Level Media

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Nov 14, 2021; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Colt McCoy (12) looks to pass during the first half against the Carolina Panthers at State Farm Stadium.  Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

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