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As the second week of free agency got underway, the Cardinals continued to fill out the roster by bringing back a pair of their own free agents Monday.

The team agreed to one-year deals with defensive lineman Authentic Jonathan Bullard Jersey and safety/special teamer Authentic Chris Banjo Jersey, adding to depth on the defense.

Bullard, claimed on waivers after being released by the Bears after the preseason, played in nine games, starting six. He totaled 22 tackles and 1½ sacks. Banjo, signed as a free agent in late September, played in 13 games mostly on special teams. He did find a limited defensive role late in the season, with 42 defensive snaps total.

Keeping the 26-year-old Bullard, a 2016 third-round pick of Chicago, was necessary as the Cards try to fill out the defensive line. They signed free agent Jordan Phillips from the Bills last week to team with Authentic Corey Peters Jersey up front. The Cardinals also have 2019 third-round pick Authentic Zach Allen Jersey, who is coming back from a neck injury in his rookie season, and fellow second-year players Authentic Michael Dogbe Jersey and Authentic Miles Brown Jersey.

The 30-year-old Banjo, a one-time undrafted free agent, played for the Packers and Saints before New Orleans released him last season.

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The Arizona Cardinals may have been the worst team in the NFL last season, but the team doesn’t have the worst fans.

Emory professor Michael Lewis, a professor of marketing and faculty director of the Emory Marketing Analytics Center at the Goizueta Business School, recently released his annual ranking of NFL fan bases and the Cardinals’ fans come in at No. 25.

They also came in at No. 25 in 2018.

In 2015, Cardinals fans were ranked No. 19. In 2016, they slipped to No. 25. In 2017, they were No. 27.

Hey, at least it’s not No. 32.

That spot belongs to Arizona’s NFC West rivals, the Los Angeles Rams.

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The Los Angeles Chargers, Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs are the other teams whose fan bases are ranked behind the Cardinals.

How did he come up with the rankings?

Lewis wrote that he used “data on attendance, revenues, social media following and road attendance to develop statistical models of fan interest.”

Lewis added that he used those models to determine which fan bases “are more willing to spend or follow their teams after controlling for factors like market size and short-term changes in winning and losing.”
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Lewis said that he used three measures of fan engagement to craft his list: fan equity (which he described as home box office revenues), social equity (which he described as engagement level in social media communities) and road equity (which he described as measured fan support on the road). Then, using those three components, Lewis generated what he called a “Brand Equity Factor” to rank all 32 teams.

Of the bottom five teams in the rankings, Lewis wrote: “These teams all suffer from the same issues,” Lewis wrote, “relatively weak pricing power and limited social followings.”

The top fan bases in the NFL, according to Lewis’ study are the Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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The decision to pass on edge rusher Nick Bosa for a quarterback they didn’t need could haunt the Arizona Cardinals for years
Back in January, it appeared that the Arizona Cardinals knew exactly who they’d be selecting with the NFL Draft’s top pick. The consensus was that Nick Bosa, a dominant defensive end out of Ohio State, would be coming to the desert. The Cards’ front office had a change of heart, but may one day realize that they should’ve stuck with their original plan.

There are a couple of reasons why Arizona should’ve shied away from drafting Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray. For one, Arizona general manager Steve Keim took a gamble on a prospect who was a one-year wonder in college. Skeptics also believe that the diminutive Murray will struggle to see over his offensive linemen and find passing lanes.

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There’s also another issue that comes into play because of the Cardinals’ selection of Murray. Deciding to roll with the quarterback meant passing on Bosa, a player who many believe was the best player in the draft. The move also allowed the former Buckeye to be taken by a club that Arizona must face two times every season.

The San Francisco 49ers were thrilled that their division foe ended up going with Murray. As a result, the team from the Bay Area was awarded a stud defender who they longed for all along. You can be sure that Bosa will have a Grand Canyon-sized chip on his shoulder every time he gets to play against Murray.

No one can say that the Cards weren’t warned. Bosa told ESPN’s Josina Anderson in an interview that he’ll be “sacking Kyler Murray” if Keim elects to snub him. The image of the Redbird’s tiny new signal-caller being driven into the turf by the much bigger Bosa is a scary one, to say the least.

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No one could blame Murray for being frightened by the thought of an angry Bosa gunning for him. Keim and Cardinals’ head coach Kliff Kingsbury have essentially put a target on the back of their new quarterback. A bulls-eye that Bosa will be enthusiastically aiming for every time the two rivals meet.