The Arizona Cardinals saw a lot of Russell Wilson while studying video of Kyler Murray before making him the first pick of the April draft. Now, let the on-field comparisons begin.
The Cardinals (0-2-1) and Murray will be hunting their first victory — while the Arizona defense will be hunting the elusive, efficient Wilson — when they play host to the Seattle Seahawks (2-1) on Sunday.
A week ago, Wilson threw for 406 yards and accounted for four touchdowns in a 33-27 home loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Murray has passed for 830 yards with four touchdowns and three interceptions and also has rushed for 86 in his first three games, but Seattle coach Pete Carroll said this was as a good a time as any to rev up the budding NFC West rivalry between quarterbacks of similar stature and gifts.
“His arc is going to be a steep one,” Carroll said, pointing his right arm upward while speaking of Murray. “He’s going to go. Numbers aren’t great yet, but he’s made a bunch of…
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