Kyler Murray wants to add an extra S to “Dallas.”
Murray was born and raised in Texas, attended Lone Star State High School and began his college career with Texas A&M before landing in Oklahoma.
While they were registered to play with the Cardinals in West Texas, the Cowboys were growing up in Murray’s DNA, right? Not so fast.
Asked if he was a Murray Cowboy fan in a video that surfaced recently, Cardinals QB had a quick, rather ridiculous response:
“F- no,” he said. “They were always ass.”
Semantics aside, Murray won twice in Texas for Mr. The football award, he has something: when he was just 23, Murray was born in the early 90s of the Cowboys dynasty, he didn’t see any real tournament competitors. outside of Big D in his life. Since 1997 – Murray’s birth year – the Cowboys have won four playoffs, the last in 2019.
Murray and the Cardinals played for the Cowboys in 2020, and Arizona beat Dallas 38-10. Murray, however, completed just nine passes out of 24 sessions in the win. He had two touches in the effort.
Murray will have another chance to destroy Dallas in the 2021 season: Arizona and Dallas will play on Jan. 2, week 17.
Murray can expect the ‘Boys’ to still be cakes.