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The Arizona Cardinals are gearing up to start the preseason against the Denver Broncos, warming up before the start of another hopeful season for Arizona fans.

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Let’s take a look at the Cardinals track record in recent antiquity:

In 2008, the Cardinals would narrowly lose the Super Bowl to the Pittsburgh Steelers after an amazing catch at the end by Plaxico Burress. The head coach at that time was Ken Whisenhunt.

Whisenhunt would coach 4 more seasons in Arizona, being replaced by Bruce Arians, who would coach for 5 seasons as well.

Steve Wilks coached the following year, but was let go after his only season with Arizona, which ended in a record of 3-13-0

Kliff Kingsbury would lead 4 seasons, ending this last season with a record of 4-13 and being replaced by new head coach Jonathan Gannon.

Since the Super Bowl appearance, the Cardinals have had 5 different head coaches. They have accrued 108 wins, 116 losses, and 2 draws. Across 226 games since the 2008 season, they have a win percentage of 47%.

Going into this season, Jonathan Gannon, former defensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles has a big opportunity to turn this around. He could potentially answer the inconsistency the Cardinals have shown as a franchise over the years.

From 2012 to 2022, the Cardinals have had 5 negative seasons and 6 positive seasons.

Positive:                Negative:

2013 (10-6)           2012 (5-11)

2014 (11-5)            2016 (7-8-1)

2015 (13-3)            2018 (3-13)

2017 (8-8)              2019 (5-10-1)

2020 (8-8)              2022 (4-13)

2021 (11-6)

The 2021 season gave us some hope, can we see a successful run out of the Cardinals this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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