Arizona Cardinals fever is sweeping the Valley after a thrilling come from behind win over San Francisco in week one. Will the excitement lead to fans updating their wardrobe or man cave decor? We decided to scour the world’s biggest online shopping mall, Amazon.com, to see what Cardinals fans are buying, what they’re saying and find some of the more bizarre things that may be for sale.
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DeAndre Hopkins accounted for about 46% of the passing targets in the Cardinals week one win over the 49ers — and he was responsible for about 90% of the love that fans felt for the team in the days following the game. Hopkins is signed through the 2024 season, so this small jersey investment seems like easy money worth spending.
These kicks >>> field goal attempts from a Cardinals kicker. Or any NFL kicker for that matter. Snag a pair and hope Kliff decides to go for two!
Train the next generation of Cardinals fans (or players) by flinging this youth football around the backyard before kickoff on game day.
Who doesn’t love dressing up a dog sometimes?! If nothing less, a picture of your dog in a football jersey is sure to get you some likes on Instagram.
Show off that fan pride and warrior mentality with a 3′ x 5′ flag with the Big Red logo. Try not to cover those family photos hanging on the wall.
Set Funko Larry Fitzgerald on your desk at work or display him on the mantle at home. Wherever he lives, he’ll be Larry Legend forever.
Your backyard BBQ is likely already the envy of the neighborhood, but even if it isn’t, you can grill at home in style with a chef’s apron and hat!
In honor of the Cardinals rarely lifting the roof off the stadium for games, you can follow suit and cover up your dome with a hat.
The four highest priced Arizona Cardinals related items on Amazon are Pat Tillman autographed items, including this game program.
Several trading cards pop up for a penny when you search the site. Sorry to make you the poster boy, Matt Leinart.
A cold weather beanie cap — in Arizona — gets glowing customer reviews. 93% of the global ratings give it 5-stars. Perfect for those November or December road games at Seattle. Not so much when it’s still 100 degrees in Arizona in September.
Beanie Wells had a decent 2011 season, but was otherwise a first round bust of a running back in Arizona. Why would anyone spend $1,502 to buy this?
Remember: don’t try to bring a purse or backpack inside State Farm Stadium. You’ll need a clear tote bag to carry any of your personal items past security checkpoints. Of course, there’s no telling when fans will be allowed to attend games.