Arizona Cardinals

Kliff Kingsbury has Landed with Arizona

After letting Steve Wilks go after 1 year of head coaching duties, the Arizona Cardinals have decided to hire another coach with limited NFL coaching experience: Kliff Kingsbury. Kingsbury going through an incredible two months, where he was: Fired from Texas Tech, Hired as USC Offensive Coordinator, and now an NFL head coach. The Cardinals and Kingsbury have agreed to a four-year deal with a team option for the 5th year.

The Cardinals Enter Their Bye Week With No Trades

The Cardinals enter their much-anticipated bye week right as the trade deadline came to a close. Many fans were expecting to see some trades come to fruition, only to be disappointed by the lack of action in what seemed to be one of the more active deadlines in recent memory. Fans saw four notable wide-receivers dealt this year mid-season, as well as some defensive talent. Which may leave some fans wondering, “What gives?”

Who Will Have the Worst Record in 2018?

Only one-quarter into the season, there were a lot of surprises. Teams that we thought would win easily ended up in shootouts. Teams that we thought would lose put up big numbers. Looking at you Tampa Bay. So what are we to do? Predict the worst teams this year! Let’s look at some of the teams with the potential to be the worst team this year, based on their week 1-4 performances.

Will the Change at Quarterback Help David Johnson’s numbers?

The hometown Arizona Cardinals have officially made a change at quarterback. Rookie Josh Rosen will start at home against the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday in what appears to be a “the future is now” move. Sam Bradford has been shut down after an abysmal 2 3/4 game performance. It is speculated that the offense will certainly be less stagnant with Rosen in the lineup, but I would like to go deeper. Will a change at quarterback actually help David Johnson in fantasy football?

John Wetzel Brings the “Milk & Cookies” to Justine Spitalny Elementary

The Cardinals, SRP, and Albertsons-Safeway have teamed up for the last 19 years on a program called Milk & Cookies. Each Tuesday during the regular season, a Cardinals player will travel to an elementary classroom and read to the kids as everyone enjoys milk and cookies. This week it was Justine Spitalny Elementary K-5 School in the Cartwright School District, that had Cardinals offensive lineman John Wetzel come to sit and read to them.

Arizona Cardinals Unwrap Their New Toy Earlier Than Expected

The NFL game for a potential star Quarterback picked high in the draft is much like a new toy introduced into a daycare center. The excited children represent the rough and tough defenses in the league that are ready to rip into the new toy once it’s placed in the playing area. Old toys get moved to the side and the desire to play with them becomes less interesting, as they have lots of wear and tear and have been beat down by the children until they can’t play any longer.