The Arizona Cardinals - Schedule in 2014
You don't have to be John Madden to know that the Arizona Cardinals are
on the rise in the NFC. Usually winning 10 games during the regular season is enough for a trip to the playoffs, but the Cardinals
ended up getting a little unlucky in 2013, though they still delivered plenty of memorable moments that had fans clamoring
about their team challenging for a title much sooner than later. With rock solid quarterback Carson Palmer under center and
Pro Bowl talent led by dynamic superstar cornerback Patrick Peterson, linebacker John Abraham and special teamer Justin Bethel,
this is a team that can really make it tough on the opposition, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and see this team
the way they were meant to be seen.
It's never easy in the NFC West against teams like the 49ers, the Seahawks and the
Rams, but the Cardinals have another talented team sure to wreak havoc on the rest of the conference. Come out and see all
of the highlight-reel runs and spectacular catches as the Cardinals look to light up the scoreboard and pile up the wins in
another amazing season of NFL football. Whether you like home games against division rivals, away matchups against out-of-conference
powerhouses, or maybe a little bit of both, the schedule is brimming over with possibilities this season. The Cardinals will
face all of their division rivals at home this fall along with games against 2013 playoff teams such as the Philadelphia Eagles,
Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers.
Offenses around the league have taken notice of the
Cardinals' D, as they have established themselves as one of the toughest units in the entire league and a team that clearly
has its best years ahead of them. The defense is filled with electrifying athletes, with corner/punt returner Patrick Peterson
leading the way and a d-line and linebacking corps that is known to give offensive coordinators nightmares. Offensively, the
Cardinals have plenty of talent as well thanks to Palmer and all-world wideout Larry Fitzgerald, making them a balanced team
that looks like they'll be a major part of the NFC West playoff picture for a long time coming. Against the defending champions
Seahawks, the Niners and the Rams, there are plenty of tough matchups from year to year, providing plenty of reasons to come
out and get right in the thick of the bone-jarring excitement once again this season.
NFL has plenty of great games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season matchups and playoff
games to the Pro Bowl and, of course, the Super Bowl. These are some of the best athletes in the entire world, though that's
something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate. Will you be there when your favorite player hauls in the
clutch, game-winning catch that is headed straight for the highlight reels? This is a sport that you really can't appreciate
from home no matter how advanced our technology gets, as it's in the stands with the rest of the committed that the whole
experience really springs to a completely different level.
Did you know that Larry Fitzgerald
holds the record for most touchdowns in a single postseason?
Back in 2008, the Kurt Warner to Larry Fitzgerald combo
was simply unstoppable, as Fitzgerald hauled in seven touchdowns to break the all-time record. Fitzgerald was already known
as one of the very best receivers in all of football, but he finally had an opportunity to show that he was a next-level athlete
– something the rest of the NFL now understands loud and clear.
are one of only two charter members of the NFL to remain in the league today, as they officially entered the NFL in 1920.
The team currently plays in Glendale, AZ, but had previously played in Chicago and St. Louis before moving out west. During
the 2008 season the Cardinals made it all the way to the Super Bowl thanks to a resurgent season from quarterback Kurt Warner,
but ultimately fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers in one of the most exciting Super Bowls in history. These days, the Cardinals
are in another exciting era thanks to one of the most dominant defenses in the league and an offense built around savvy vets
and explosive playmakers. Add it all up and there has never been a better time to be a part of the Cardinals franchise.
At the University of Phoenix, you'll see a state-of-the-art facility and a skilled team that routinely
energizes the crowd with ease. You can see the Cards from your high-def TV, but it's another experience altogether to actually
be there when the game is heating up and the Cardinals are digging in against a prominent rival. Come out for a game loaded
with big hits, spectacular catches and eye-popping throws that you'll have to see first-hand to believe as the Cards hope
to give their fans another season loaded with moments they'll be talking about all over town.