When the Atlanta Falcons were scheduled to take on the Arizona Cardinals, everyone assumed that every Falcons defender would need to put on their track shoes so they would be able to run down Kyler Murray.
This is the NFL, however, where things change faster than gas prices—almost. Kyler Murray was scheduled to take on the Falcons until he tore his ACL against the Patriots, and since then, it has been madness at the position for the Cardinals.
Falcons should be dizzy from trying to identify who the Cardinals starting QB will be
Up until the night of December 12th, it looked like the Falcons would be playing Kyler Murray, but on the third snap of their Monday Night game, he tore his ACL. The Cardinals then moved on to Colt McCoy, the College Football legend.
McCoy lasted until about halfway through their next game against Denver when he sustained a concussion. They then turned to Trace McSorley, who ended up starting their next game against the Buccaneers—a game they never should have lost.
They were planning on having Colt McCoy back against the Falcons, until today, when it was announced that his concussion symptoms had reappeared which means he cannot play on Sunday.
So, you would figure that Trace McSorley would replace him… again… right? Wrong! David Blough will be their starting quarterback. This will be their fourth different starting quarterback in their last four games.
You may be wondering who David Blough is. He is a fourth-year quarterback that has spent most of his time in Detroit and has played in seven games, started five games, and never won in a start.
If the Falcons aren’t able to snap their losing streak, then that will be embarrassing. Hopefully, it doesn’t turn into a Bloughout for Arizona, that would be unfortunate.