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Every year there’s one team in the NFL losing quarterbacks left and right and scrambling to maintain an otherwise solid season. The 2014 Cardinals took that to an extreme, starting three quarterbacks in Carson Palmer, Drew Stanton, and Ryan Lindley and playing a fourth in Logan Thomas. The team still put together a 9-1 start and finished at 11-5, but frustratingly lost at Carolina, statistically the worst postseason team in history, as Lindley stood no chance. What a shame for an Arizona squad that had the league’s fifth-best scoring defense. The inconsistency had a huge effect on the production of their dynamic receiver duo, Larry Fitzgerald (63 rec, 784 yards) and Michael Floyd (47 rec, 841 yards). Their running game between Andre Ellington and Stepfan Taylor was terrible, and they neither signed a notable running back (Jonathan Dwyer doesn’t count) nor drafted one in the first two rounds. Although they signed excellent center Mike Iupati, the personnel changes defensively raise questions. CB Alfonzo Dennard is a downgrade from CB Antonio Cromartie, LB Sean Witherspoon replaces LB Sam Acho, and DE Cory Redding replaces DE Darnell Dockett. They do have a plus at coach with Bruce Arians. While this presents a test for Arians, the team he currently has was never expected to contend in that division anyway. The Arizona Cardinals operate under head coach Bruce Arians at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. They’ve won 21 games over the last two years under Arians but appeared in just one playoff game, the loss in Carolina this past season. The Cardinals franchise is one of two 1920 charter members of the NFL still in operation (along with the Bears), although they’ve only been in Arizona since 1988. The Chicago Cardinals, as they were known until 1960, moved to St. Louis before the move to Arizona. In 27 seasons in Arizona the team has made the playoffs just five times, peaking in 2008 when Kurt Warner led them from a wild card through to a Super Bowl loss against the Steelers. The current regime could bring forth unprecedented success for a team that has made the playoffs in back to back years just three times and nine times overall in 95 years of football. They have six division titles and just the one Super Bowl appearance, but two NFL Championships. The Cardinals look to get back to the playoffs, and they’ve got a good shot to do it. 2015 home games include New Orleans, San Francisco, St. Louis, Baltimore on Monday night, Cincinnati, Minnesota on Thursday night, Green Bay, and Seattle. Will you be there to witness? Get your Arizona Cardinals tickets from Gold Coast Tickets today!