In a game where Kyler Murray had a career-high 106 rushing yards, threw for three touchdowns and ran in one more, he showed that he can do everything asked of him. But in the 34-31 loss at home to the Dolphins, the Cardinals would have needed to ask even more, including some absurd requests. He gave them a dual threat, when what they needed was a quadruple. 

Murray, who does not play defense or kick field goals, was incredibly frustrated after the loss. While he did not blame any of his teammates,it was clear that the loss was not on his individual performance. 

“We have to put it all together,” he said. “It’s a team game, and we didn’t do that.”

It was a different type of frustration than in some of the other losses Murray has seen with this Cardinals. Of the Cardinals’ 442 net yards, he had