Kyler Murray, Kliff Kingsbury Call Out Cardinals After Loss to Colts on Christmas Day
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Saturday’s 22-16 defeat against the Indianapolis Colts was the third straight loss for the Arizona Cardinals, and quarterback Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury were not happy about it.
“We feel it; you see it,” quarterback Kyler Murray said, referencing the team’s 11 penalties and Matt Prater’s two missed field goals and a missed extra point. “It’s just good teams don’t do that, and we weren’t doing that early on in the season, and now you see, it’s killing us in crucial moments where we’re just not scoring touchdowns because of it, or vice versa, on the other side of the ball. As a collective group, offensively and defensively, like it’s just mental mistakes that you just can’t keep making if we want to win these games that we know we’re supposed to be winning. I mean, it’s bad football.”
Kingsbury added that the Cardinals “continue to find ways to lose critical situations and penalties and things of that nature” and added that “we got to get it turned around somewhere.”
This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.
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