This is tremendous news not only for fantasy football, but for the game itself and the Cardinals, as well. After a one-week trial run with Clayton Tune at quarterback - albeit against a heat-seeking Cleveland defense - it’s clear that the Cardinals are desperately ready for Murray’s return to the lineup, and they’ll need him to return to form quickly to get things running smoothly again after mustering just 58 yards offense in Week 9. The clear beneficiaries from Murray’s return are Marquise Brown and Trey McBride, as the passing game should be more dynamic with Murray under center than it’s been all year - but even the running backs get a decent bump, as well. Murray gets a solid draw in his first game action of 2023 against the Falcons, who are inside the top-12 for most fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks so far this season.
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