Fans with Arizona Cardinals tickets saw the most surprising team in the NFL Playoffs overcome an injury-plagued 2014 season to secure a spot in the wildcard. With a smothering defense leading the way, and an excellent corps of receivers, the Arizona Cardinals won the NFC West Title in 2015, and are gearing-up for a great 2016.
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With a long history that spans more than a century, the Arizona Cardinals are the oldest pro-football team in the league. Though the Arizona Cardinals have fielded talented teams in the past, the Super Bowl has always eluded them until 2009 when they faced the Pittsburgh Steelers. Head coach Bruce Arians was one of the best coaches of 2012 when he led the Indianapolis Colts, and has brought winning discipline to one of the rawest teams in football. Bruce Arians’ leadership proved to be key, and the Arizona Cardinals managed an 11-5 record in 2014, just making the NFL Playoffs. The Cards improved in 2015, going 13-3, winning the NFC West, and going deep in the NFL Playoffs, all the way to the NFC Championship Game.
Since the departure of Kurt Warner, the Arizona Cardinals have had a litany of failed replacements. Veteran Carson Palmer has risen from the ashes as an MVP candidate and is a true leader on the team. Distributing passes to the likes of Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd, Carson Palmer is a master of the game. The Arizona Cardinals defense punched the team’s NFL Playoffs tickets, and the elite unit is ready to make a push to the Super Bowl. The Cards may have the best secondary in football, led by CB Patrick Peterson and S Tyrann “The Honey Badger” Mathieu.
The Arizona Cardinals were dominant in 2015, after making the NFL Playoffs in 2014. With a healthy Carson Palmer, the Arizona Cardinals laid waste to their opponents, amassing a record of 13-3. Winning the NFC West, the Arizona Cardinals got the No. 2 seed and a bye. Hosting the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round, the Arizona Cardinals picked up a close win, setting the stage for an NFC Championship Game they lost to the Carolina Pathers.
Glendale, Arizona, is the home base of the Cardinals and boasts the most advanced stadium in the NFL, University of Phoenix Stadium. The retractable roof allows fans with tickets to enjoy a Cardinals match up in beautiful sunshine or cool, air-conditioned comfort. Be a part of the 63,000 fans packing into the University of Phoenix Stadium or catch the Cardinals on the road when you order your premium Arizona Cardinals tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!