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Can Kyler Murray Win 2020 NFL MVP?

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What are the initial reactions after the ‘Red Sea’ Heist?

The Cardinals made the single biggest splash of the 2020 offseason by pulling off a trade that had many around the league wondering if general manager Steve Keim wore a mask in a move that was nothing short of a high stakes robbery. Arizona stole superstar wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a 2020 fourth-round pick from the Houston Texans for an overpaid, injury-prone running back in David Johnson and a pair of draft picks (a second-rounder in 2020 and fourth-rounder in 2021). Sports Illustrated’s Conor Orr believes the Texans made a colossal mistake trading the star wideout that leaves a gaping hole in Houston’s offense. 

Sports Illustrated’s Cardinals Maven Howard Balzer summed it up better than anyone. In response to Texans head coach Bill O’Brien’s defense of the trade in which he said, “any decision that’s made is made with the team in mind. Capital T, Capital E, Capital A, Capital M in mind”—Balzer wittingly replied “Texans fans are surely happy that O’Brien can spell. Cardinals fans would likely respond with Capital S. T. E. A. L.”

What are the oddsmakers saying?

William Hill, America’s largest sports book operator, recently released its opening odds on which player will bring home the NFL MVP award next season. At 25/1, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is listed tied with Carson Wentz and Aaron Rodgers for eighth among the top betting options. The field consists of quarterbacks in the first 10 betting options before New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley appears at No. 11 at odds of 30/1.

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