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Week 8 Outlook
Kyler Murray completed 20-of-28 passes for 261 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception as the Cardinals demolished the Texans in Week 7.
Murray added just 10 rushing yards on the ground, which was actually his highest total since Week 4. The MVP contender hasn't rushed for 40 yards in any game this year, actually. The lack of rushing production has kept his ceiling in check recently, but he'll remain a no-brainer QB1 on Thursday night against the Packers.
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (shoulder) was a full participant during Friday's practice. He does not carry an injury designation into this weekend's game.
Friday represented the first time Murray practiced in full all week, but it's enough to medically clear him for this weekend's game. Despite throwing for a season-low 239 yards and one touchdown last week, he remains a must-start quarterback against Cleveland.
Kyler Murray (shoulder) was limited again on Thursday during practice. He is dealing with some sort of minor shoulder injury, but there is nothing to make us believe that he will not play in Week 6.
Tomorrow will likely offer us some more clarity on Kyler's injury situation. The feeling is that he is simply getting a little extra rest this week so that he can heal. He is a locked and loaded QB1 in a potential shootout of a game against the Browns.
Per Field Yates, Cardinals QB Kyler Murray practiced in a limited capacity on Wednesday with a right shoulder injury.
After suffering a shoulder injury during Sunday's win, Murray was limited in practice on Wednesday. The star QB has dealt with shoulder issues dating back to last season but has continued to play through them. He likely won't miss time but will affect his play and fantasy performance. Murray still remains inside the top-5 at his position on a weekly basis.
Cardinals QB Kyler Murray completed 22-of-31 passes for 239 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed seven times for one yard in Sunday's win over the 49ers.
Another less than stellar fantasy outing for Murray in Week 5, he will look to bounce back against Cleveland in Week 6. He still remains one of the best at the position and an unquestionable must-start weekly.
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