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Whether the franchise is based in Chicago, St. Louis, Tempe or Phoenix, today’s Arizona Cardinals have typically proven an infuriating bet. Those of the 31 fanbases located outside the desert southwest may look with schadenfreude on this team and hope that all this futility is due to the lingering ghosts of those wonderful Pottsville Maroons…

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In the 15 seasons running from 2006 to ’20, the worst team in week 3 was the Houston Texans at 3-12 SU/5-10 ATS. Four teams went 4-11 in the span: the Cleveland Browns (8-6-1 ATS), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-8 ATS), Arizona Cardinals (5-10 ATS) and San Francisco 49ers (5-10 ATS). The worst team to bet, however, was the Los Angeles Chargers, who went such 3-10-1 in the span.

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Snoop Dogg, Diplo to play Shaq's Super Bowl 2023 party in Arizona

Snoop Dogg, Diplo to play Shaq's Super Bowl 2023 party in Arizona

Snoop Dogg, Diplo and DJ Diesel are confirmed for Shaq's Fun House Super Bowl 2023 party in Arizona. Shaquille O'Neal will host a carnival, musical performances, cameos by the "biggest names in sports and entertainment" and giveaways at Talking Stick Resort and Casino near Scottsdale on February 10, 20th. Last year's party took place in downtown Los Angeles ahead of Superbowl LVI.


Arizona Cardinals Game Schedule 2023: (30 games)

Friday, 13 Aug: Dallas Cowboys vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 19 Sep: Minnesota Vikings vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Thursday, 28 Oct: Green Bay Packers vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 24 Oct: Houston Texans vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 14 Nov: Carolina Panthers vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Saturday, 25 Dec: Indianapolis Colts vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Saturday, 28 Aug: Arizona Cardinals vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 12 Sep: Arizona Cardinals vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium

Sunday, 26 Sep: Arizona Cardinals vs Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field

Sunday, 17 Oct: Arizona Cardinals vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Sunday, 07 Nov: Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Sunday, 05 Dec: Arizona Cardinals vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 19 Dec: Arizona Cardinals vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 02 Jan: Arizona Cardinals vs Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium

Sunday, 11 Sep: Kansas City Chiefs vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 18 Sep: Arizona Cardinals vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 25 Sep: Los Angeles Rams vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 02 Oct: Arizona Cardinals vs Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

Sunday, 09 Oct: Philadelphia Eagles vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 16 Oct: Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Thursday, 20 Oct: New Orleans Saints vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 30 Oct: Arizona Cardinals vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 06 Nov: Seattle Seahawks vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 13 Nov: Arizona Cardinals vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Monday, 21 Nov: San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 27 Nov: Los Angeles Chargers vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Monday, 12 Dec: New England Patriots vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 18 Dec: Arizona Cardinals vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 25 Dec: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 01 Jan: Arizona Cardinals vs Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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The NFL’s Arizona franchise played as the Racine Cardinals in 1920, the first season of the league’s precursor American Professional Football Association (APFA), but the Cardinals’ roots may be traced back to *1898*. The team played in the pre-APFA/NFL days in spells as the Morgan Athletic Club, the Racine Normals and the Racine Street Cardinals. When the APFA became the NFL in ’22, the Racine Street Cardinals became the Chicago Cardinals.

In 1925, the haunting of this franchise would begin – and ironically, it’s not at all the fault of anyone ever associated with the Cardinals. The record shows that the 11-2-1 Cardinals were crowned champion of the 1925 season, but only due to a screwjob perpetuated on the Pottsville Maroons.

The story goes like this: The 10-2 Maroons scheduled a late-season exhibition game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in Philadelphia, a city considered part of what we’d today refer to as the Yellow Jackets’ media market. The Yellow Jackets filed a complaint after the game was held and league officials found in favor of Frankford, temporarily suspended Pottsville, and awarded the title to the Cardinals despite a 21-7 beatdown given them by the Maroons in the final week of the regular season. The plucky, working-class, would-be everyman’s champion Pottsville Maroons were dead four years later, surviving only as an early specter over the Cardinals for a century to come.

The Cardinals were comically bad thereafter and straight through the war years, bottoming out with a run during the 1942-45 seasons which included two full winless seasons, a 29-game losing streak and a stretch of 2-37. Once the roster was restocked following World War II’s end, the Cardinals won the NFL title after the ’47 season, the ultimate in NFL parity to date: The league’s worst team finished just six games back of the league-best Cardinals at 9-3.

While some may cite the ’47 championship as evidence that the Haunting of the Cardinals is myth, note that the championship game pitted the Cardinals against the Philadelphia Eagles – the team built from the defunct Frankford Yellow Jackets. Also note that the 11-1 Cardinals of the following season were denied the title by … the Eagles. Damn, Frankford fans were sad in those days, and the Maroon ghosts awoke.

Over the next 11 seasons, the Cardinals managed two winning seasons as Chicago’s fans turned more and more to the far superior Bears. For 1960, the franchise relocated to St. Louis, perhaps at the encouragement of NFL owners seeking to block establishment of a rogue AFL franchise in the Gateway City.

As for the team’s fortunes in their second city, let’s just say that fewer teams in NFL history have as bleak and empty a history as the St. Louis Cardinals. From 1960 to ’87, St. Louis made the playoffs three times, including after the strike year of ’82. On two of these occasions, the head coach was Dan Coryell, who’d go on to do much more interesting things with the San Diego Chargers. The St. Louis football Cardinals’ all-time playoff record is 0-3 SU/ATS, and their GOAT is OL Dan Diedorf.

The Cardinals came to Arizona in 1988 and were rechristened the Phoenix Cardinals – despite playing their first four years in Tempe, mind you. They wouldn’t become the Arizona Cardinals for seven seasons, but this bird of a feather wasted no time in reaffirming the mediocrity this club has long stood for. Through the 2007 season, the Cardinals managed just one winning season and one playoff bid, though breaking the playoff-win drought begun in the 40s with a 20-7 thumping of the Dallas Cowboys to satisfyingly send that club into its own postseason doldrums. At least.

In 2008 came the Miracle in the Desert. Born-again QB Kurt Warner, resurrected from a disastrous stint with the New York Giants, said “Hey, you’ve got this dude Larry Fitzgerald who’s an awesome receiver” and produced just enough heroics to get the Cardinals into the Super Bowl. The Cardinals naturally lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII, 27-23, but in getting 6½ points, won ATS.

The 10s were lean for the Cardinals again. Drafting two-sport star Kyler Murray to serve as franchise QB in 2019 seemed like cause for optimism, but the team’s 24-25-1 SU/24-24-2 ATS record in his first 50 games should certainly give NFL bettors the same pause as always, while fans are still looking over the shoulder for the ghosts of Pottsville…


Bet on the Arizona Cardinals at your own peril. The team was founded in 1898 and probably since game 1, they’ve infuriated football bettors. At best, they’re good enough for a win Against The Spread; at worst, they’re underachievers winning half their games SU/ATS. A very difficult bet, indeed…