A video of Kyler Murray yelling at his head coach, Kliff Kingsbury, has made its way around social media tonight.
After Kingsbury called a timeout with Murray and the Cardinals close to the endzone, the Arizona quarterback appeared to tell his coach to "Calm the f--k down!"
Colin Cowherd took to twitter and shared his reaction to the incident, stating Murray's intensity is nothing to be concerned about.
"Nothing wrong w a little intensity. He cares," Cowherd said Thursday night.
Luckily for Kingsbury, the Cardinals scored a rushing touchdown a few plays later, potentially saving him another earful from his quarterback.
While Murray and company have had a modest night offensively, the Arizona defense has forced Saints' quarterback Andy Dalton into throwing two pick-sixes.
DeAndre Hopkins, making his 2022 NFL debut following a six-game suspension to start the season, has been Kyler Murray's favorite target tonight.
Through three quarters of football, the Cardinals lead the Saints 35-24.