Cardinals' frustrating loss is proof Kyler Murray can't do it alone

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GLENDALE, Ariz. — Kyler Murray may be one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, the face of a franchise and the future of a position, but on Sunday, he showed he can’t do it all for the Arizona Cardinals.

Murray set a career high with 106 rushing yards and became the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era to rush for eight touchdowns in a team’s first eight games, but when crunch time reared its ugly head against the Miami Dolphins, those around Murray didn’t come through when needed most in a 34-31 loss.

First, it was running back Chase Edmonds, who got stuffed on fourth-and-inches with the game tied at 31 with 5 minutes, 20 seconds left.

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Then it was kicker Zane Gonzalez, who missed a 49-yard field goal with 1:58 left with Arizona trailing by three points.

Murray did his part all day, even after he got stripped in the first quarter for a scoop-and-score touchdown. He threw for 283 yards and

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