Pete Prisco explains why he likes the Steeelers, Cardinals, and Giants in Week 11 of the NFL season.
This month, the NFL will unveil their “Salute to Service” initiative to honor our troops.
For the first time during this initiative, New Era, the official cap of the NFL, has created an exclusive line of camouflage caps that will be worn on the sidelines by all players, coaches and staff during games throughout the month of November.
Fans will see the caps for the first time during Thursday night’s (November 7th) Vikings-Redskins game. The Eagles will be wearing the caps starting on Sunday (November 10th).
These special caps are available for purchase at www.neweracap.com, with a portion of proceeds going to the troops.
John Lynch and Kevin Burkhardt recap the Cardinals’ win over the Falcons.
Thanks to a win on Sunday, the Cardinals can eat well Tuesday at participating Red Robin restaurants in Arizona.
Fans and burger lovers alike can reap the benefits of the Cardinals’ success by enjoying a free Red’s Tavern Double burger and Bottomless Steak Fries with the purchase of two beverages and a burger, entrée or entrée salad.
The promotion went into effect after the Cards pulled out 22 points Sunday, they needed to score more than 14, and did just that in the teams win over the Panthers.
Guests must purchase two beverages and a burger, entrée or entrée salad to receive a free Red’s Tavern Double.
Pete Prisco and Pat Kirwan share their thoughts on the Week 2 Lions-Cardinals showdown in Glendale, Ariz.
A new era is upon the Arizona Cardinals. After leading the Indianapolis Colts to the playoffs last season, Bruce Arians has taken over command and has retooled the roster to his liking. Carson Palmer is in at quarterback and former Cardinal Karlos Dansby is back to patrol the middle of the field on defense. Fans are hoping the team can hang tough in what is looking to be the most difficult division in football this year.
While hope for the future may be abundant amongst Cardinals fans, excitement for the present looks pretty bleak according to ticket prices on the secondary market. Of all NFL teams, only the Bills and Jaguars have a lower average ticket price than the $114.41 for Arizona Cardinals tickets. Two games have an average ticket price below $100 and only one game – the season finale against San Francisco – has an average ticket price above $125.
The home opener against Detroit has an average ticket price of only $110 and a get-in price of $18. In fact, there are three games with a get-in price below $20 (Detroit, Oct. 6th vs. Carolina, and Dec. 8th vs. St. Louis.) If you were to buy the cheapest ticket for every Cardinals home game, it would cost you only $247. Meanwhile, the cheapest ticket for division rival Seattle’s Week 2 matchup vs. San Francisco? $249.
Ticket Prices will surely rise and dip during the season, depending on how the Cardinals fare. However, if Arians can lead Palmer and co. to a strong record early this season, those fans looking to buy tickets will be treated to a very pleasant – and cheap – surprise.
Below is a full breakdown of the Cardinals home schedule with average ticket price and get-in price for each individual game.
Sunday, September 15th vs. Detroit – Avg. Price: $110, Get-in: $18
Sunday, October 6th vs. Carolina – Avg. Price: $92, Get-in: $18
Thursday, October 17th vs. Seattle – Avg. Price: $123, Get-in: $43
Sunday, October 27th vs. Atlanta – Avg. Price: $110, Get-in: $32
Sunday, November 10th vs. Houston – Avg. Price: $107, Get-in: $27
Sunday, November 24th vs. Indianapolis – Avg. Price: $112, Get-in: $31
Sunday, December 8th vs. St. Louis – Avg. Price: $96, Get-in: $19
Sunday, December 29th vs. San Francisco – Avg. Price: $159, Get-in: $59
Alex Marvez on how the NFC West could be won. Is it possible the 49ers or Seahawks lose the division to the Rams or Cardinals?