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Cardinals star Kyler Murray sounds off on spotless 9-0 record at Cowboys’ arena

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The Arizona Cardinals escaped the Dallas Cowboys on the road on Sunday, 25-22 in what could be a preview of another exciting matchup in the coming days.

The narrow victory was a huge sigh of relief for the Cardinals who broke their three-game skid. It helped that their star quarterback Kyler Murray was in a very familiar place. The 24-year-old QB grew up just a few miles from the Cowboys AT&T Stadium and according to Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk, Murray hasn’t lost a game in the said venue since high school.

The Cardinals star, who’s now 9-0 at AT&T Stadium, sounded off on his steely mindset.

“Coming home, I feel like me personally, I can’t lose coming home. That’s the mentality. That’s just how I feel. Again, though, it’s not just about the mentality. It’s about coming out and executing. I think the guys feel great, too, when they come back here. I don’t know what it is. A great stadium, the fans, I don’t know what it is. You know when you come back to Cowboys Stadium, it’s a big-time game, because that’s the feeling around here. I’m glad the guys had my back today.”

Murray had a sensational showing against the Cowboys, going 26-of-38 for 263 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 44 yards on nine carries.

With identical 11-5 records in the NFC, the Cardinals and the Cowboys could once again see each other in the opening round of the NFL Playoffs. The Cowboys might want to find a different venue for that one.