The Cardinals hope to prove themselves offensively Monday night against the Patriots, who have one of the NFL’s most stoic defenses under Bill Belichick. Just three plays into the prime-time matchup, however, Arizona lost its quarterback, Kyler Murray, to a non-contact knee injury. The former No. 1 overall draft pick was scrambling on the Cardinals’ first drive of the game, only to have his right knee seem to buckle on the way to the turf. Taken to the locker room and replaced by veteran backup Colt McCoy, Murray is believed to have suffered a torn ACL according to Mike Jurecki.
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