John has been a Revenge of the Birds writer since 2018. (If you can survive the Wilks/Rosen year, you can survive anything.) He's been a Valley sports fan all his life and enjoys writing from a fan's perspective. But he's not afraid to take a deep dive into the numbers if needed as well. When he's not writing for RotB, John is a college professor and enjoys watching sports, playing fantasy sports, drinking craft beer, and hanging with his doggo.
With the 2023 NFL draft just two weeks away, everyone is starting to turn their eyes to the Arizona Cardinals and what they will do with the #3 overall pick.
This is one of the most trying times to be a Cardinals fan this RotB writer can remember. But is it the lowest point for the franchise since they came to the desert? There are several other contenders.
After a quiet beginning to the offseason (from a personnel standpoint), what are the biggest remaining holes on a Cardinals roster full of them?
It’s been a relatively quiet offseason thus far for the Cardinals from a free agent perspective. Is that cause for concern?
Free agency starts next week. Which in-house free agents should the Cardinals bring back? Who should they let walk?
Arizona’s coaching staff is seemingly nearly complete. Jonathan Gannon has lured several intriguing young names to the desert. But there’s no denying this staff is inexperienced. Will that be a problem for the team?
A third "new era" in five years has left this Revenge of the Birds writer feeling apprehensive yet hopeful, like the characters at the end of a certain Hollywood classic.
We’re one month into the Arizona Cardinals coaching search. It’s down to two candidates. Who will it be?
Welp... we missed out on Sean Payton. (Predictably.) What do the Cardinals do next in their head coaching search?