Falling Fast: The Arizona Cardinals Can’t Stop Making Bad Decisions

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

True, it's only been one whole month since the NFL season has officially been over.
It hasn't even been one whole month since the Cardinals said good-bye to arguably the best quarterback in their franchise's history.
But after everything that's happened, is it too wild to imagine the Cardinals dropping right back to where they were three or four years ago?
Face it Cardinals fans, you've been spoiled .
Kurt Warner—teamed with Todd Haley, Larry Fitzgerald, and Anquan Boldin—revived a dormant franchise, and instilled hope in a drowning fan-base.
The Cardinals reached the Super Bowl, and were eyeing their first (and only) Super Bowl title with roughly two minutes remaining.
Then came Ben Roethlisberger and a back-breaking drive. The Cardinals lost, and then started 2009 with a new, conservative approach, with Todd Haley calling all the shots in Kansas City.
Instead of airing it out, Warner and co. played reserved football, dinking and dunking down t...

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