Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins are simply putting on a show in the Arizona Cardinals’ season opener against the Tennessee Titans.

Murray and Hopkins had their way against the Titans’ secondary over the course of the opening half. When Murray targeted Hopkins, the third-year quarterback completed five out of six passes for 73 yards and two touchdowns.

For one, Hopkins notched the first receiving touchdown of his season with an incredible highlight-reel catch in the back of the end zone.

The two Arizona stars later connected for another touchdown, as the former Houston Texans wideout sped on by for a 17-yard receiving touchdown over the early stages of the second quarter.

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The Arizona quarterback also had his way of making the Titans’ defense look foolish on several instances, which included one keen completion to rookie receiver Rondale Moore.

The Cardinals’ second-round selection in the 2021 NFL Draft sure will be called upon to help in replacing the production of longtime wide receiver and current free agent Larry Fitzgerald.

Those who selected both Murray and Hopkins in fantasy football drafts over the past month must be pleased with the outing from the two so far in this matchup. More so, the two star talents each have plenty of expectations to help lead Arizona to a playoff berth this season.