Kyler Murray received a good amount of criticism last week for his performance in the Cardinals' second preseason game. With only two weeks left until the regular season, the No. 1 pick is ready to silence his critics.
The last outing wasn't great for Murray, who completed just 3-of-8 passing for 12 yards. Another issue was that he was flagged twice for a false start.
Coaches usually don't reveal many wrinkles from their playbook in the preseason, but the Cardinals could decide to go against the grain on Saturday.
When Arizona faces Minnesota this weekend, Murray believes the offense will run plays similar to their offensive scheme that will be on display in the regular season.
Murray also said that Arizona ran the same "six or seven plays" through the first two preseason games.
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero had an in-depth breakdown on what the Vikings could expect from the Cardinals.
Murray heard all the chatter about his disappointing performance against the Raiders. Now, he'll have the chance to show why he was the first player taken off the board in the NFL Draft.
Kliff Kingsbury won't show their entire playbook on Saturday in the preseason. However, it'll be intriguing to see how his offense from Texas Tech translates to the NFL.
Arizona and Minnesota will kick off on Saturday at 1 p.m. ET from U.S. Bank Stadium.