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Here’s why Cardinals fans should be excited about the 2014-15 season.
Many feel the 2013 Arizona Cardinals were robbed of their shot at the playoffs. The team finished with a 10-6 record, but since the NFC West also contained the 13-3 Seattle Seahawks and the 12-4 San Francisco 49ers, the Cardinals missed the playoffs for a fourth consecutive season.
2014 will be the Cardinals second season under head coach Bruce Arians and general manager Steve Keim, a standout duo who managed to turn the franchise around. In almost any other division, the Cardinals would be favored to make the playoffs. They have the talent. It will likely all come down, however, to their record against the Seahawks, 49ers, and Rams. Buy tickets on ScoreBig where fans save on every ticket every day to watch the action unfold in person.
The 2013 Cardinals had an elite defense; they lead the league in stopping the run and ranked sixth in total defense. Unfortunately, they lost both of their middle linebackers, Daryl Washington (suspension) and Karlos Dansby (now with Cleveland), in the off-season. However, there are plenty of talented players on this roster who will eagerly step in and man up. Don’t count this D out yet.
Offense is Primed and Ready
Though they faced some of the best defenses in the NFL in 2013, Arizona still finished 12th in the league in total yards and tied for 16th in points per game. The offensive line will need to step up this year, but if they can protect QB Carson Palmer, fans will see some deep bombs downfield to WR Larry Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald, probably the best player in the history of the Cardinals, is ready for that Super Bowl Championship. He even restructured his contract this year in order to help the front office build a stronger roster.
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The Cardinals are in the best division in the NFL, which is going to make for some seriously intense and exciting games. With three prime-time games and a Monday Night Football regular season opener, this is going to be one of the Cardinals’ most exciting seasons yet. Fans can be there for every play as the Cardinals fight for a spot in the playoffs. Save on every ticket, every day with ScoreBig.