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Arizona Cardinals


2009 Arizona Football Preview:

It will be hard for the 2009 Arizona Cardinals to match the magical season the Cards had in 2008. Unless Arizona can play its way back into the Super Bowl in Miami in February 2010. And returning to the Super Bowl might not be as difficult as it sounds because the Cardinals return the bulk of their roster from ’08. Quarterback Kurt Warner is resigned and back to lead the Red Birds offense. Alongside Warner is mega stud wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who often looks unstoppable against the best defenses in the NFL, and WR Anquan Boldin. The Cards will be searching for a reliable running game, something that they have not yet been able to get from Edgerrin James. The Arizona defense will probably be overlooked again by most experts, but they have a salty crew that should help keep them in close NFC West games. The Cardinals had the dream season in 2008, but fell one game short of their goal. The 2009 season will give the chance to add the title of “Super Bowl Champions” to their list of franchise accomplishments.


Founded: 1920
Location: Glendale, Arizona
Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium (aka: Arizona Cardinals Stadium)
Conference: NFC West
Rivals: St. Louis Rams, Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49ers
Owners: Bill Bidwell (1932)
Team Nicknames: The Cards & Big Red
Notable Players: Dan Dierdorf, Pat Tillman and Jake Plummer

The Arizona Cardinals play in the West Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The team was formed 1898 in Chicago and is the oldest franchise in pro football. The team joined the NFL in 1920 as the Chicago Cardinals and would win two NFL Championships in 1925 and 1947. The 1950′s proved tough for the team and the franchise moved to St. Louis in 1960. The St. Louis Cardinals would only make the playoffs 3 times in 27 years. The team was next relocated to Phoenix in 1988 and played as the Phoenix Cardinals before deciding to represent the entire state of Arizona known as the Arizona Cardinals. Since arriving out west, the team has made only one playoff appearance. This is a team with something to prove, and they’re likely to prove it this year come the end of the season and playoff time.

The Arizona Cardinals play their home games at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona – a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona. The stadium can hold up to 74,000 spectators. An Arizona Cardinals game is one of those rare and exciting football experiences where you get to see their team turn into a real contender for the future.

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