When did Arizona Cardinals move to NFC West?

March 1, 2020 Off By idswater

When did Arizona Cardinals move to NFC West?

2002
In 2002, the addition of the Houston Texans caused the NFL to realign into eight divisions of four teams each. After 32 years of being in the NFC East, the Cardinals were finally moved to the NFC West with the 49ers, Seahawks, and Rams, which made far more sense from a geographical standpoint.

When did the Arizona Cardinals join the league?

But there is nothing new about the oldest team in terms of continuous operation in pro football history. A charter member of the National Football League, the Cardinals trace their history back to 1898 when Chris O’Brien formed the Morgan Athletic Club.

When were the Cardinals in the NFC East?

The Cardinals relocated to Phoenix to start the 1988 season and stayed in the East through 2001; that made them located west of every team in the NFC except for the Rams and 49ers.

What teams were in the NFC West in the 80’s?

Template:1980 NFC West standings

NFC West
view talk edit W PCT
Los Angeles Rams 11 .688
San Francisco 49ers 6 .375
New Orleans Saints 1 .063

Who has won the NFC West the most?

NFC West

Teams
No. of teams 4
Championships
Most recent champion(s) Seattle Seahawks (9th title)
Most titles San Francisco 49ers (20 titles)

Who is the best team in NFC West?

Who is the best team in the NFC West?

  • 3% Cardinals. (33 votes)
  • 73% Rams. (651 votes)
  • 8% Seahawks. (76 votes)
  • 14% 49ers. (129 votes)

When did the Arizona Cardinals move to the NFC West?

In 2002, the addition of the Houston Texans caused the NFL to realign into eight divisions of four teams each. After 32 years of being in the NFC East, the Cardinals were finally moved to the NFC West with the 49ers, Seahawks, and Rams]

What is the record of the Arizona Cardinals?

The Cardinals hold a 111–128-1 record since joining the NFC West (542–732–40 overall) and a loss in Super Bowl XLIII, currently with a 7–9 playoff record, 5-4 as a member of the NFC West.

What’s the record of the NFC West teams?

The Rams hold a record of 544–554–21 (87–152–1 since re-alignment) with three Super Bowl appearances and one win to go with a 19–24 overall playoffs record. The Cardinals hold a 111–128-1 record since joining the NFC West (542–732–40 overall) and a loss in Super Bowl XLIII, currently with a 7–9 playoff record, 5-4 as a member of the NFC West.

What did the NFC West look like in 2002?

The 2002 re-alignment changed the entire look of the NFC West. The Falcons, Panthers, and Saints moved into the NFC South; while the Cardinals moved in from the NFC East and the Seahawks returned from the AFC West.