It did not take long for Arizona Cardinals fans to bottom out in their confidence of management, the coaching staff and the team.
Coming into the season, fans were 93% confident that the team was headed in a good direction for the future, after two games, that confidence droppped, drastically, to only 3% of fans feeling like this organization was pointed in the right direction.
While not much has changed, it is interesting to see the juxtaposition of a week, when the team blew their first, best and only chance thus far this season at a win in their 16-14 loss to the Chicago Bears.
However, coming out of that game, fans were a bit more confident in the direction of the Arizona Cardinals.
Obviously going from 3% to 5% is not much in the scheme of things, but to see the insertion of Josh Rosen, coupled with a strong performance from the defense, grow the confidence is good to see.
Clearly, the fans had lost interest in the Sam Bradford era and now the team has their rookie quarterback and potential quarterback of the future on the field.
A win this week would boost confidence even further.