The Arizona Cardinals love their fans but they've recently been ranked as the NFL's biggest bandwagon jumpers.
It's hard to blame the Cardinal faithful as they suffered through numerous years of losing as well as a long stint playing at Sun Devil Stadium - home to the Arizona State University football team.
From 1976 to 2008 (31 seasons), Arizona managed only two winning campaigns (1982 and 1998).
Thankfully, things have gotten much better of late in Arizona as the Cardinals now play in a state of the art stadium - University of Phoenix Stadium - and the team has experienced some pockets of success.
The Cardinals made the playoffs for the first time in five seasons a year ago and had a strong run from 2008-2009, which included a near Super Bowl win against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
If Arizona continues to win, the fans will back them, but if things go south again look for the bandwagon jumpers to begin falling off in numbers.
Cardinal Fans Biggest Bandwagon Jumpers
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