Arizona Cardinals Tickets

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The Arizona Cardinals started off red hot last season, winning their first four games against some remarkably talented teams. In back-to-back weeks they defeated the Seahawks and Patriots and looked like they were a force to be wreckoned with in the NFC West. Then the Cardinals hit an incredibly rough stretch. They lost 11 of their last 12 games, with their only other win coming against lowly Detroit in Week 15. That difficult season resulted in the firing of head coach Ken Whisenhut who was in the desert for five full seasons. Arizona elected to hire former Colts and Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians. Arians is an offensive guru who brings an incredible amount of experience to the table. Order your Arizona Cardinals football tickets and see if he can lead them back to the Super Bowl.

The 2013 Arizona Cardinals schedule is full of great match-ups. In addition to their usual divisional games against the Rams, Seahawks, and 49ers, the Cards will also have to contend with the Saints, Bucs, and and Eagles on the road. At University of Phoenix Stadium the Cardinals will host the Detroit Lions, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, Houston Texans, and Indianapolis Colts. Take a look at the Cardinals full schedule for the upcoming season and make your plans to be in Phoenix for any number of upcoming Arizona Cardinals games.

On top of the normal slate of games, the Cardinals will be fighting for a spot in the playoffs. And should they advance far enough, they’ll have a chance to play in front of their own fans for all of the marbles because Super Bowl XLIX will be hosted at University of Phoenix Stadium.

After an experiment with former Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb did not go according the plan, the Cardinals have turned to veteran Carson Palmer, whom they acquired from the Oakland Raiders. Palmer has dealt with his fair share of injuries but has proven when healthy that he can be an elite QB. See how Bruce Arians gels with Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald, and the rest of the Arizona Cardinals by ordering your tickets from GoTickets.

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