The Cardinals Are Super Bowl Bound!

For those of you who missed it, the Arizona Cardinals beat the Eagles yesterday to go to the Super Bowl. The game was awesome and I was on the edge of my seat the entire second half. Who would of thought? The Cardinals in the Super Bowl…

It’s been a long year of watching football, especially since the Cardinals ended the regular season looking pretty ugly. Luckily they turned it around when the playoffs started and have been looking good since.

Head To Tampa?

Following the game, I had the bright idea of taking a road trip to Tampa to check it out. It’s a 36 hour drive which is a little intense. A few guys next to me were aso thinking about doing it since it would be cheaper than flying.

But after looking on Craigslist and other sites, it looks like Super Bowl tickets are already going for $2,000 a piece. A little high for me…

So instead I think my girlfriend and I will find a Super Bowl party to go to here in Phoenix. It’s will save us a ton of money and will probably be just as fun.

The Cards Vs. The Steelers

So the real question is can the Cardinals beat the Steelers? The Steelers are already favored by 6 1/2 points in Vegas. But I am going to go out on a limb and say the Cardinals will beat the Steelers. As long as the offense can put up some good numbers and throw the ball I think they have a great shot. The defense will have to show up as well and play well.

My prediction: Cardinals 28 – Steelers 21 (I’m willing to bet a dollar on that…)

3 thoughts on “The Cardinals Are Super Bowl Bound!

  1. Adam Pieniazek

    If I lived in or near Vegas, I’d be putting a good amount of cash on the Cardinals, not because I think they’ll win (though they have a great shot) but because it’ll be a close game. Larry Fitzgerald is good for two touchdowns, minimum.


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