Last season was a breakthrough season for the Arizona Cardinals. For the first time in 33 years the Cards won their division. Going into last year the franchise had won three playoff games, a number which was doubled during their Super Bowl run of 2008. 2009 is the season where they get the chance to prove if that run was a fluke, or they are really setting up for a run atop the mediocre NFC West. The Seahawks, up until last season, were the kings of the NFC West. From 2004 to 2007 the division was all theirs. Having joined the NFC West in 2002 there have only been three seasons that the Hawks did not win the division. For that reason many fans felt that last year could be called a fluke. It seemed to be an unlucky series of events that led to Seattle sending their iconic coach Mike Holmgr ...
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