Kyler Murray is beginning to find his groove in Arizona with Kliff Kingsbury at the helm, but much like most of Kingsbury's coaching tenure, it's not translating to victories. In Sunday's instance, however, the Cardinals should've had one more shot at glory. If the refs hadn't swallowed their whistles on Murray's final-second heave, Arizona should've had an untimed down to attempt a game-tying field goal. Instead, they were forced to walk off the field, and GM Steve Keim's face, mouth, and eyebrows expressed the team's current frustration perfectly.
Murray definitely deserved a better reward after this one, as his emergence as one of the league's top young signal callers was further solidified yet again.
Alas, the Cardinals instead will fall to 3-6-1. Though Murray's still a kid, he hasn't been the one who's faced growing pains, lately.
The rest of the roster, and the GM who built it, have felt the brunt of it, and weren't able to get a joyful release this week.