7 days till the Cardinals’ season opener: Stats for No. 7

We are in countdown mode to the start of the season. The Arizona Cardinals will kick off the 2023 regular season in seven days on September 10 on the road against the Washington Commanders.

It will be the official beginning of the Jonathan Gannon era as head coach.

In our countdown until the start of the season, we will give you notable stats in Cardinals history related to the number of the day.

Below are some notable stats with the No. 7.

Listen to the latest from Cards Wire’s Jess Root on his podcast, Rise Up, See Red. Subscribe on Apple podcasts or Spotify.

7 postseason wins

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Cardinals have seven postseason wins in 17 games.

They last won a playoff game after the 2015 season.

7 winning seasons in Arizona

Since the Cardinals moved to Arizona, they have had seven seasons with a winning record.

7 career interceptions

Nfl Tampa Bay At Cardinals <a class="link " href="" data-i13n="sec:content-canvas;subsec:anchor_text;elm:context_link" data-ylk="slk:Budda Baker;sec:content-canvas;subsec:anchor_text;elm:context_link;itc:0">Budda Baker</a>
Nfl Tampa Bay At Cardinals Budda Baker

Budda Baker has seven career interceptions.

Seven other players in franchise history finished with seven picks with the Cardinals.

7 field goals made in a game

Herb Weitman-USA TODAY Sports
Herb Weitman-USA TODAY Sports

Jim Bakken set the franchise record for most field goals made in a game with seven. He did it against the Steelers in 1967.

7 consecutive games with a touchdown

Michael Chow-Arizona Republic
Michael Chow-Arizona Republic

Running back James Conner tied a franchise record in 2021, scoring a touchdown in seven consecutive games. John David Crow was the lone record-holder with seven straight games between 1959-1960.

7 consecutive games with an INT

Herb Weitman-USA TODAY Sports
Herb Weitman-USA TODAY Sports

Larry Wilson picked off a pass in seven consecutive games in 1966. That is the franchise record.

Story originally appeared on Cards Wire