During the offseason, one of the stories that caused the most uproar in the majors was the saga of the now Arizona Cardinals player, Kyler Murray, who was 'messing' with both major leagues and the NFL with the possibility of playing in One or another league.
In the end, he left the Oakland Athletics planted and went to Arizona, where he made his long-awaited NFL debut this weekend on the first date of the season, in the tie between the Cardinals and the Detroit Lions, where he had an outstanding performance, guiding his team to reduce a deficit of 18 points in the fourth period.
His debut was so hard that Murray told Bleacher Report, he was about to throw in the towel and go play baseball again:
I will not lie, I was about to leave everything to hell, call the Athletics and go play baseball better.
Murray completed 2 touchdown passes and suffered an interception, totaling 308 yards with a 53.7 percentage of passes completed.