Maybe Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury needs to study more film.
On Sunday, the Cardinals scored their only touchdowns in the game when Kingsbury allowed Kyler Murray to call the plays on the sideline.
Via Arizona Sports
Offensively, Arizona lacked consistency and sputtered for over a half of football, putting up a whopping three points. The defense didn’t do itself any favors, either, with a lack of tackling prowess and the inability to stop Baltimore’s passing game and rookie tight end Isaiah Likely.
That was until quarterback Kyler Murray, adorned with a headset and laminated play sheet, took over play-calling duties from head coach Kliff Kingsbury while staring at a 24-3 deficit with about two minutes to go in the third quarter.
The end result? His longest stint as a play caller ended with a pair of scoring drives and a jolt to the team’s system.
Fans trolled Kingsbury considering the team nearly tried to force Murray to watch four hours a week of mandated film study.
Looks like kingsbury is the one who need dat film study
— Jake (@jakkewhodey) August 22, 2022
kliff kingsbury needs a 4 hours of madden a week clause in his contract
— kyler defender (@guardianofK1) August 22, 2022
Kyler is coming for Kliff's job 😂 pic.twitter.com/DdaNkeqOCP
— Fanatics Sportsbook | PB (@fanaticsbook_pb) August 22, 2022
So Kliff wanted to show Kyler being a HC and calling plays isnt easy
Then Kyler ends up out coaching Kliff lmao pic.twitter.com/Gf0etADra0
— Hawk (@GowanSeason) August 22, 2022
Kyler is gonna go to the front office and tell them Kliff needs a film clause in his contract 😂
— Craig Waters (@TheTonyStank20) August 22, 2022
kliff needs that 4 hours of film watching on his contract not kylers
— Jaydon Asher (Drew Lock Enthusiast) (@JaydonAsher) August 22, 2022