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With a tie and a close loss we have seen how expectations for the Arizona Cardinals have changed.

That’s what you can see as the fans of the Arizona Cardinals are now changing their expectations for what constitutes the Arizona Cardinals heading in the right direction.

A week after a big jump in the confidence of the direction of the team, there was a 1% drop, from 68% to 67%, after a close game against what looks like the class of the AFC North Baltimore Ravens.

I’m actually okay with that.

It’s now put up time for the team under Kliff Kingsbury.

They are clearly not the laughing stock of the NFL, which means that we should expect better from the team.

We should start to see wins over teams they are just flat out better than and potential wins over teams they may be trailing a bit.

That’s the change in this season and after only two games.

Now, it’s time for the team to do their thing.

What we do know is that as of right now, the Arizona Cardinals have a head coach that the team and the fans believe in.

There are four teams that do not, including the Arizona Cardinals upcoming opponent Carolina Panthers.

While Jay Gruden is the favorite of the national poll to get fired first, Ron Rivera could see his name vault to the top of the list if they lose to Kliff Kingsbury, Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals.

Who do you think is the first head coach that will be shown the door this season?