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This is the final game of the 2019 season, but that does not mean this is the end of SB Nation’s FanPulse.

You can still be a part of this fantastic group and judge what the Arizona Cardinals do this offseason.

SB Nation’s FanPulse is finishing up for 2019 and it was bigger and better than ever. If you have missed out on signing up, don’t worry, there is still plenty of time for you to be part of the Revenge of the Birds FanPulse and weigh-in on all the Arizona Cardinals topics.

Before that though, the Cardinals take on the Los Angeles Rams, so you can let us know what your thoughts on the direction of this team are heading into the offseason.

We know that this season has been one of ups and downs and that has made the confidence in the direction of this team go up and down.

To see where the Cardinals end will be interesting, but more interesting is to see where they have gone.

Heading into week one, Cardinals fans were 47% confident in the direction of this team.

After starting 0-3-1 confidence dropped to 15%.

Now, heading into the final game of the season Cardinals fans sit at 76% confident in the direction of the team.

A lot of that has to do with Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray, but some of it likely has to do with the overall play of the team.

The defense is playing at its highest level of the season and did so against one of the best teams in the NFL.

As the team grows, the confidence will grow as well.

Speaking of confidence, when the season is over who do fans want to see in the Super Bowl?

Well in the AFC it’s clear that fans want to see either the Baltimore Ravens or Kansas City Chiefs. I think us here at Revenge of the Birds would agree.

In the NFC, it is the Saints and… yuck the 49ers.

For me, it’s the Saints, Packers/Eagles, Vikings, then the bullet.

What do you think?