All Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray does at AT&T Stadium is win.
Murray improved to 7-0 all time at the stadium through high school, college and the NFL after leading the Cardinals to a 38-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday.
AT&T Stadium is 41 miles from Murray’s hometown of Allen, Texas. He went 5-0 in high school there, including three straight state championships in Texas’ highest level of prep football; 1-0 in college, leading Oklahoma to a Big 12 championship; and 1-0 so far in the NFL.
“It was fun,” Murray said. “It brought back a lot of memories. It felt like I’d been playing there every Sunday, honestly. It was comfortable, felt good.”
Murray made another memory Monday. He threw for 188 yards and two touchdowns on 9-for-24 passing, including an 80-yard touchdown to wide receiver Christian Kirk, the second of two touchdown passes to Kirk, who had 164 yards and six touchdowns in three games at AT&T Stadium while at Texas A&M. Murray also hit DeAndre Hopkins for a 60-yard pass in the fourth quarter.
“It’s special. I’m not gonna lie,” Murray told ESPN’s Lisa Salters after the game. “I tried to not make it about me all week ’cause it’s not about me. It’s about my team. And we came out here and got the job done against a good Cowboys team. But … coming back home, I think anybody wants to get a win when you come back home, so I’m happy we did.
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