Sean McConnell

Sean McConnell of Kazual Sportz is a Web Designer by trade and an Arizona Sports fan by heart. Getting his feet wet in sports journalism, Sean started by writing fan based articles for the Fansided blog named “Raising Zona”. It was there that he developed a passion for the opinions of sports fans. Born and raised in Arizona, Sean has no room for bandwagon fandom or non-Arizona sports teams in his life. Call him a homer, but expect him to give his honest opinion of the teams that he loves.

Fate is Begging the Cardinals to Show Up

The time is now, the heat is on, it’s time to see if the Cardinals can finally shed the plague of playing to their competition.

The Cardinals Playoff Picture Heading into Week 16

The Arizona Cardinals have buckled up and are still in control of their own destiny. With a stressful win against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the Cardinals have further distanced themselves from 2 teams at their heels. The Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings. However, there can’t be any relaxation from the Cardinals just yet. With two games remaining, a lot can still change and leave the Cardinals on the outside looking in.

The Cardinals Playoff Picture Heading into Week 15

The Arizona Cardinals have gotten back on track, winning their latest game against the then NFC-East leading Giants last Sunday. Other games around the league helped the Cardinals cause as well with the Vikings losing to Tampa Bay and the 49ers losing to the Washington Football Team. As the season comes to a close, the playoff picture will become more and more clear. Until then, Kazual Sportz is here to breakdown the numerous possibilities leading up to the playoffs.

Where do the Suns rank in their own division?

The Phoenix Suns have made some rather large moves in a short offseason. Trading fan favorites Kelly Oubre Jr and Ricky Rubio, Signing veteran Jae Crowder and bringing in perennial All-Star Chris Paul. The presence of these moves have already been felt around the league, teams are taking notice.

A Third Quarter Explosion Caps the Suns Welcome Party

The Phoenix Suns flexed their muscles in Game 1 of the NBA season. The team’s top three scorers (Booker – 22, Oubre Jr – 21, Ayton – 18) led an impressive second-half performance scoring 32 and 38 points, respectively. But more notable was the Suns’ ball movement. Starting point guard Ricky Rubio finished the game with 11 points and 11 assists, all while wearing number 11. The Phoenix offense had a flow, poise, and dare say…life.

Kyler Murray not the Biggest Concern

Last Thursday, Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals played an abysmal game of football. Unlike the first game, the Cardinals were outcoached and out hustled, plain and simple. I wanted to take a couple of days to process this game. To avoid writing a “panic” expose based on one preseason game. The blaring negativity has faded and I’m left with two concerns and a conspiracy theory.

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