With Teams Full of Uncertainty, Loyalty is Key

Sports in Arizona is a unique market. In a state that prides itself as a place to retire and remain active, we get many residents from all over the country. When this happens, they bring their “fanhood” with them. We can’t fault them for it. I would only hope that if Cardinals/Suns/Diamondbacks/Coyotes fans move to another state, they would still root for their home teams. We can, however, certainly fault ourselves for selling our tickets to opposing fans, but that’s a topic for a different day. You would generally expect that the Arizona sports market is lacking when it comes to player loyalty. “Why would anyone want to stay in Arizona when the large markets get to have all the fun and glory?” Historically, Arizona athletes have actually been notably loyal. Read more

The Difference Between Michael Floyd and Steve Keim

[UPDATE]: According to AZCardinals.com, the Arizona Cardinals have suspended Steve Keim for five weeks. Keim will have to pay a fine of $200,000, which will be donated to MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving). His blood alcohol content was 0.193, making this an extreme DUI. [END UPDATE]

By now, all Cardinals fans are aware of the Steve Keim arrest for DUI over the 4th of July holiday. Many fans have the opinions on what should happen to Steve Keim. Suggestions for fines, suspensions, or even termination have all been voiced on social media. The biggest piece that is hard for fans to deal with is how the Arizona Cardinals dealt with former player Michael Floyd after his DUI on December 12th, 2016. So, let’s dive into this together and compare the two instances. Read more

Will the Arizona Cardinals host their own Super Bowl in 5 years?

The University of Phoenix stadium is about to be awarded another Super Bowl (pending a vote Tuesday). If the vote passes, this will be their third Super Bowl in this arena, and fourth for the valley of the sun. Read more