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2019 NFL mock draft: Arizona Cardinals select Kyler Murray

The POD Community Mock Draft kicks off with a predictable, yet logical pick.

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The Pride of Detroit 2019 Community Mock Draft is LIVE! The general managers are set, the players are nervously tapping their feet under the table, waiting for that one, life-altering call, and the POD community is ready to harshly grade out every pick, as they do every year.

First up is the Arizona Cardinals. Interim general manager youguysaredumb has turned in the card, and commissioner Roger Goodell is ready to announce the pick to a chorus of boos.

With the first pick in the 2019 Pride of Detroit Community Mock Draft, the Cardinals have selected...

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.

Here is youguysaredumb with the explanation:

“I’m sticking with the consensus and selecting Kyler Murray as the next QB. New head coach Kliff Kingsbury gets his guy to run his offense. They can keep Josh Rosen as insurance or trade him for other assets. Lots of options here.

Arizona has many needs, and this may not be the smartest pick, but it just might work! Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams, and Josh Allen would be great picks at No. 1, but none of them can change a team the way a great quarterback can. Kyler Murray, Heisman winner, is that guy in Kingsbury’s offense. He’s quick, mobile, and has a good arm. He could develop into a Drew Brees type of franchise QB that the Cardinals desperately need.”

Now it’s time for you to grade that pick. How did youguysaredumb do?


What grade do you the pick of Kyler Murray?

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