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The Arizona Cardinals' history goes back to 1898 when the team was officially established in Chicago. In 1920, the Cardinals became a charter member of the NFL. Few teams in the NFL have had the privilege of being able to be included as a charter member of the league and, along with the Chicago Bears, the Cardinals are one of two remaining charter members in the NFL. Arizona plays in the NFC West division alongside the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.
In 1988, the team moved from to Tempe, AZ, and started playing their home games, for the next 18 years, at Sun Devil Stadium at the Arizona State University. In 2006, the team was moved again to State Farm Stadium, where they are still located.
Arizona has yet to win a Super Bowl, but they were named NFL Champions in 1925 and 1947. They also won the playoff bowl against the Green Bay Packers in 1964. They have made one Super Bowl appearance, a 27-23 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2008.
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The Ravens' starting QB has shown some solid numbers:
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The Cardinals players show a lot of versatility on the turf and put up some interesting numbers each and every season. If you would like to know more about the individual stats, TDs, yard records and other player props, use your Gambling.com player stats as shown below:
The Arizona Cardinals rivalry games, divisional matchups and others all have lots of data for you to chew through, and that can be found right here on this page. When looking for historical data and getting your bets placed, you can use this service for betting on either moneyline, spreads, NFL picks and more.
Running Back Stats
The Cardinals' running backs are putting up these stats:
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Wide Receiver Stats
The Cardinals' wide receivers pulling up trees and could help your NFL picks:
The Arizona Cardinals have steadily improved in recent seasons and must be considered one of the favorites for the Super Bowl every season. At the very least they would be aiming for a spot in the Wild Card Round, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see them competing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy come the end of the season.
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With some of the biggest and best teams in the NFL residing in the NFC, the challenge for Kliff Kingsbury, Kyler Murray and Co. is tricky every season. However, if they keep their core intact they will be popular options to win the NFC Championship Game with sports betting sites.
In such a tough division with the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, winning the NFC West is always going to be a challenge for the Cardinals, but it is one they are capable of achieving. They have had success in recent seasons and will hope for more of the same with an impressive roster.
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Receiving Stats, Team Roster and Special Teams
See all remaining receiver stats, the latest confirmed team roster and special teams players.
|59||Jon Gaines||C||6'4''||303 lbs||1999/05/24 (24)||UCLA|
|54||Lecitus Smith||C||6'3''||314 lbs||1998/07/13 (25)||Virginia Tech|
|46||Aaron Brewer||C||6'5''||232 lbs||1990/07/05 (33)||San Diego State|
|50||Pat Elflein||C||6'2''||303 lbs||1994/07/06 (29)||Ohio State|
|79||Cohl Cabral||C||6'5''||304 lbs||1998/02/11 (25)||Arizona State|
|39||Matt Hembrough||C||6'3''||236 lbs||1999/05/17 (24)||Oklahoma State|
|72||Hjalte Froholdt||C||6'5''||310 lbs||1996/08/20 (27)||Arkansas|
|68||Kelvin Beachum||OL||6'3''||308 lbs||1989/06/08 (34)||SMU|
|12||Colt McCoy||QB||6'1''||212 lbs||1986/09/05 (37)||Texas|
|18||David Blough||QB||6'1''||207 lbs||1995/07/31 (28)||Purdue|
|1||Kyler Murray||QB||5'10''||207 lbs||1997/08/07 (26)||Oklahoma|
|19||Jeff Driskel||QB||6'4''||235 lbs||1993/04/23 (30)||Louisiana Tech|
|15||Clayton Tune||QB||6'3''||220 lbs||1999/03/23 (24)||Houston|
|9||Joshua Dobbs||QB||6'3''||216 lbs||1995/01/26 (28)||Tennessee|
|22||Ty'Son Williams||RB||6'0''||220 lbs||1996/09/04 (27)||BYU|
|49||Stevie Scott||RB||6'1''||231 lbs||2000/05/13 (23)||Indiana|
|32||Marlon Mack||RB||5'11''||210 lbs||1996/03/07 (27)||South Florida|
|30||Keaontay Ingram||RB||6'0''||221 lbs||1999/10/26 (23)||USC|
|23||Corey Clement||RB||5'10''||220 lbs||1994/11/02 (28)||Wisconsin|
|31||Emari Demercado||RB||5'9''||215 lbs||1999/01/20 (24)||TCU|
|6||James Conner||RB||6'1''||233 lbs||1995/05/05 (28)||Pittsburgh|
|87||Geoff Swaim||TE||6'4''||260 lbs||1993/09/16 (30)||Texas|
|85||Trey McBride||TE||6'4''||246 lbs||1999/11/22 (23)||Colorado State|
|80||Bernhard Seikovits||TE||6'5''||262 lbs||1997/07/24 (26)||Austria|
|42||Joel Honigford||TE||6'4''||259 lbs||1998/04/27 (25)||Michigan|
|86||Zach Ertz||TE||6'5''||250 lbs||1990/11/10 (32)||Stanford|
|89||Blake Whiteheart||TE||6'4''||247 lbs||2000/03/22 (23)||Wake Forest|
|81||Noah Togiai||TE||6'4''||244 lbs||1997/07/06 (26)||Oregon State|
|14||Michael Wilson||WR||6'2''||213 lbs||2000/02/23 (23)||Stanford|
|2||Marquise Brown||WR||5'9''||180 lbs||1997/06/04 (26)||Oklahoma|
|0||Zach Pascal||WR||6'2''||215 lbs||1994/12/18 (28)||Old Dominion|
|82||Andre Baccellia||WR||5'10''||175 lbs||1997/01/07 (26)||Washington|
|38||Brian Cobbs||WR||6'1''||206 lbs||1999/10/18 (23)||Utah State|
|17||Kaden Davis||WR||6'1''||190 lbs||1998/09/25 (25)||Northwest Missouri State|
|89||Brandon Smith||WR||6'2''||220 lbs||1998/12/10 (24)||Iowa|
|4||Rondale Moore||WR||5'7''||180 lbs||2000/06/09 (23)||Purdue|
|83||Greg Dortch||WR||5'7''||175 lbs||1998/05/29 (25)||Wake Forest|
|10||Davion Davis||WR||5'11''||195 lbs||1996/10/23 (26)||Sam Houston State|
|87||Daniel Arias||WR||6'3''||216 lbs||1998/09/02 (25)||Colorado|
|20||Marco Wilson||CB||6'0''||191 lbs||1999/03/03 (24)||Florida|
|33||Antonio Hamilton||CB||6'0''||195 lbs||1993/01/24 (30)||South Carolina State|
|35||Christian Matthew||CB||6'2''||195 lbs||1996/10/26 (26)||Valdosta State|
|29||Kris Boyd||CB||5'11''||195 lbs||1996/09/12 (27)||Texas|
|13||Kei'Trel Clark||CB||5'10''||181 lbs||2001/03/19 (22)||Louisville|
|48||Kyler McMichael||CB||6'0''||202 lbs||2000/03/22 (23)||North Carolina|
|26||Bobby Price||CB||6'4''||205 lbs||1998/04/25 (25)||Norfolk State|
|27||Nate Hairston||CB||6'0''||185 lbs||1994/06/30 (29)||Temple|
|37||Quavian White||CB||5'8''||187 lbs||2000/06/12 (23)||Georgia State|
|21||Garrett Williams||CB||5'10''||192 lbs||2001/06/01 (22)||Syracuse|
|24||Rashad Fenton||CB||5'11''||193 lbs||1997/02/17 (26)||South Carolina|
|93||Jonathan Ledbetter||DL||6'4''||282 lbs||1997/09/12 (26)||Georgia|
|43||Jesse Luketa||LB||6'3''||253 lbs||1999/01/15 (24)||Penn State|
|19||Isaiah Simmons||LB||6'4''||238 lbs||1998/07/26 (25)||Clemson|
|53||Zach McCloud||LB||6'2''||235 lbs||1998/04/02 (25)||Miami (Fla.)|
|57||David Anenih||LB||6'2''||245 lbs||1999/08/15 (24)||Houston|
|52||Victor Dimukeje||LB||6'2''||262 lbs||1999/11/18 (23)||Duke|
|7||Kyzir White||LB||6'2''||234 lbs||1996/03/24 (27)||West Virginia|
|10||Josh Woods||LB||6'1''||230 lbs||1996/07/01 (27)||Maryland|
|47||Ezekiel Turner||LB||6'2''||214 lbs||1996/06/09 (27)||Washington|
|51||Krys Barnes||LB||6'2''||229 lbs||1998/04/02 (25)||UCLA|
|25||Zaven Collins||LB||6'4''||260 lbs||1999/05/19 (24)||Tulsa|
|45||Dennis Gardeck||LB||6'0''||232 lbs||1994/08/09 (29)||Sioux Falls|
|44||Owen Pappoe||LB||6'0''||225 lbs||2000/09/29 (23)||Auburn|
|58||Kyle Soelle||LB||6'3''||232 lbs||1999/01/25 (24)||Arizona State|
|36||Andre Chachere||S||6'0''||197 lbs||1996/02/10 (27)||San Jose State|
|32||Sean Chandler||S||5'10''||200 lbs||1996/04/27 (27)||Temple|
|28||Kendall Brooks||S||6'0''||206 lbs||2000/03/03 (23)||Michigan State|
|38||Jovante Moffatt||S||5'11''||213 lbs||1996/12/25 (26)||Middle Tennessee|
|34||Jalen Thompson||S||5'11''||190 lbs||1998/07/18 (25)||Washington State|
|36||JuJu Hughes||S||5'11''||191 lbs||1998/07/19 (25)||Fresno State|
|3||Budda Baker||S||5'10''||195 lbs||1996/01/10 (27)||Washington|
|5||Matt Prater||K||5'10''||201 lbs||1984/08/10 (39)||UCF|
|16||Nolan Cooney||P||6'3''||202 lbs||1996/09/18 (27)||Syracuse|
|26||Matt Haack||P||6'0''||205 lbs||1994/07/25 (29)||Arizona State|