Kyler Murray post-match interview, relationship with coach Kliff Kingsbury, Mike Purcell confronts Russell Wilson, video, scores, results, highlights, updates, latest

Kyler Murray post-match interview, relationship with coach Kliff Kingsbury, Mike Purcell confronts Russell Wilson, video, scores, results, highlights, updates, latest

Kyler Murray expressed disappointment after the Arizona Cardinals lost 25-24 to the LA Chargers on Monday (always AEDT) and fell 4-8 in a forgettable season.

After the match, Murray was asked about a game where he made a deep throw to DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth and first half and the game was stopped.

He answered bluntly: «Schematically, I mean, they’re a bit … we’re a bit screwed.»

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Murray has previously expressed disappointment at the Cardinals’ failure to close the game.

“We are not finished. We had every chance to win that game and we could have controlled the game and finished it the way we wanted, but we didn’t. That’s pretty much the disappointment,” Murray said.

It comes after a report surfaced that Murray and Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury, who have returned from a hamstring injury, have used the quarterback’s time on the sidelines to work on their communications after their relationship has been strained this season.

However, Murray downplayed any mention of friction between him and his coach.

“There is no tension,” he said. “This whole season hasn’t been the way anyone wanted or predicted it would go. Between us, we’re fine.»

RAMS DECLINE AT 10 YEARS LOW

The Chiefs took a 26-10 win over the Rams in a game that quarterback Patrick Mahomes called «ugly».

Mahomes scored a tank destroyer, Isiah Pacheco ran for another, and Harrison Butker scored four field goals as the Chiefs failed to convert five of their six red zone goal chances to score.

«I felt like we weren’t performing at a high level in the red zone,» said Mahomes. “I did a stupid, stupid block at the end of the game. But it’s a team game. Defense stepped up – they played great.»

At 3-8, the Rams are off to their worst start since 2011, with a slump after winning the Super Bowl in February.

His eight losses this year are just three shorts from the last two seasons combined, and his worst payoffs under Sean McVay in the five campaigns he’s been responsible for as he continues to seek answers.

McVay had a day he’ll forget in more than one way after he was accidentally knocked down by Roger Carter when the Rams 250-pound defenseman rushed onto the field.

He had his LA coach’s earbuds fly while he was nursing a sore jaw for the rest of the game, but he downplayed his post-match fear of concussion.

“It was a good shot, but I’m fine,” McVay said post-match, according to OutKick, suggesting that Carter was more aware of the situation.

«I don’t think I broke my jaw, so I’ll be fine.»

PURCELL SHOOTS WILSON IN NEW BRONCOS LOW

In the middle of a frustrating season, tensions boil over the Denver Broncos.

Russell Wilson’s shortcomings are well documented with a shell of his former nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback.

The Broncos’ season hit a new low on Monday as they were blown up by the struggling Carolina Panthers 23-10 and slumped to 23-3 in the late fourth round.

Wilson was unproductive, going 18 by 37 for 142 yards and averaging just 4.1 yards per try as the Broncos fell 3-8 on the season.

At one point during the match, Broncos defensive lineman Mike Purcell looked into Wilson’s face from the sidelines to vent his disappointment with the team’s troubles on the offensive side.

The Broncos handed over a large trade volume to the Seattle Seahawks to acquire Wilson, delivering two first-round picks, two second-round picks, one fifth-round pick, Drew Lock, Shelby Harris, and Noah Fant before handing over Wilson. He entered completely. a five-year, $245 million extension to it (AUD 364 million).

And given the frustrations from Purcell and Denver’s defense that they’ve been solid at that end of the court this season, so does the great performance of quarterback Sam Darnold (164 yards), who beat Wilson by 100 against Carolina on Monday. It’s no surprise, even though it performed great. most of the game.

Although it could have been a heated in-game shootout, Denver clearly has big problems right now and there’s little to be optimistic about as Wilson’s move backfires badly.

JAGUARS WIN AT EPIC FINISH

The Jacksonville Jaguars made an exciting comeback towards the end of the game, beating the Baltimore Ravens 28-27.

With the Jaguars scoring 18 points in the last six minutes of the game, Trevor Lawrence found Marvin Jones Jr. for a goal and a two-point conversion with 14 seconds left in the game.

Justin Tucker then attempted to shoot for 67 yards in a win for the Ravens, but fell short to seal the result.

«The fact that we had a chance and I wasn’t able to deliver is very upsetting to me,» Tucker said.

He wrapped up an exciting fourth quarter where both teams combined for 33 points, back and fourth in a high-scoring final quarter.

Lawrence went 37 by 29 for 321 yards, scoring two goals and making no interception, while Lamar Jackson at the other end was equally impressive with 32 in 16 for 254 yards, one touchdown, no interception, and 89 rushing yards.

DOLLS WIN FIFTH ABOVE

The Miami Dolphins beat the Houston Texans 30-15 with five consecutive wins to go 8-3.

According to StatMuse, Dolphins wide receiver duo Jaylen Waddle (five picks, 85 yards) and Tyreek Hill (six picks, 85 yards) took part, and both players were in the top 10 for receiving yards per game this season.

In the first quarter, Waddle broke Miami’s franchise record for most fielding yards in the first two seasons of a career (1,926) per ESPN.

Meanwhile, Tua Tagovailoa threw for 299 yards and played her fourth game in a row without interruption.

The Dolphins are now undefeated (8-0) in Tagovailoa’s games this season, including starting a five-game winning streak when he returned from concussion protocol.

Miami was leading 30-0 at halftime before Houston kicked off a challenge, but it was eventually too late as the Texans fell 1-9-1.

Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said the streak «means a lot because it’s not just handed down to us. Won. They did things the right way, and it’s shaping the way you do things going forward.

Miami’s defense kept the Texans goalless until the end of the third quarter. “It was great to see that from our defense,” Tagovailoa said.

«It’s always great to watch turnovers, sacks, big hits on defense – when we can do some things offensively as well.»

THE INCREASE CONTINUES IN BENGALS

Losing to the Los Angeles Rams in last season’s Super Bowl, the Bengals defeated the AFC South leader Tennessee Titans 20-16 in Nashville.

Quarterback Joe Burrow tied Tee Higgins with a 27-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to secure a fifth win in six games for the 7-4 Bengals.

“This is the kind of game where the big teams win,” Burrow said. «It’s not always going to be nice. This is the NFL. You play really good teams on the opposing side.

«You have to find ways to win, and we’re starting to do that.»

The Titans were down 7-4 after seven catches at 114 yards and a TD had a hard time dealing with Bengals receiver Higgins.

IN ANOTHER PLACE…

The Las Vegas Raiders won a shootout in Seattle, beating the Seahawks 40-34 in overtime.

At Cleveland, Nick Chubb scored in overtime to give the Browns a 23-17 comeback win over Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The game-winning game wrapped up a nice individual run with the Browns running 116 yards on 26 shots.

Tampa Bay entered the fourth quarter with a 17-10 lead after Brady found Ko Kieft with a five-yard pass in the third quarter.

But with 32 seconds left on the clock, Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett found David Njoku in the end zone to take the game into overtime.

The Bucs were forced to gamble twice, and Brissett led the Browns on a six-game, 71-yard drive finished by Chubb.

Brissett was probably making his last start to the season as star quarterback Deshaun Watson’s 11-game suspension expired Monday.

Mike White, who replaced substitute Zach Wilson at quarterback at the first start of the season, threw three goals and 315 yards as the New York Jets beat the Chicago Bears 31-10.

Washington Commanders beat the Atlanta Falcons 19-13 for their sixth win in seven games.

ALL RESULTS

KOSANS 17 BROWN 23

BANGALLER 20 TITANS 16

Texans 15 dolphins 30

BEARS 10 jets 31

HAWKS 13 COMMANDS 19

BRONCOS 10 PANTHERS 23

ravens 27 JAGUARS 28

CHARGERS 25 CARDINALS 24

Raiders 40 SEAHAWKS 34

ram 10 CHEFS 26

Saints 0 49 of 13

PACKAGERS 33 EAGLES 40

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