Kyler Murray has been getting crushed by the media for his performance this year and how serious he takes the game, but last night he showed some emotion.
The former first round pick of the Cardinals was sacked in the red-zone by Tanoh Kpassagnon and quickly lost his cool.
You can see below, Murray begins screaming at his head coach. The broadcast captured Murray going up to Kingsbury and yelling in his coach’s face. Wideout DeAndre Hopkins had to hold him back.
“Calm the f**k down,” Murray shouted to his coach.
Let me ask you something, as the head coach does that bother you? Kingsbury looked scared to be honest. I think that is the first time he has seen emotion out of his quarterback, because he just nodded.
I think this was a huge moment in the game, because the Cardinals quickly shot out of a rocket after this point in the game. What do you think about the argument?