Carson Palmer optimistic Cardinals can quickly turn things around
How does Carson Palmer describe the Cardinals’ 2022 season?
He would know. Palmer spent the final five seasons of his 15-year career with the Cardinals. When he first arrived in Arizona, the team was dealing with several problems then too.
Palmer recently sat down with USA Today Sports’ Mackenzie Salmon and offered a glimmer of hope to Cardinals fans who aren’t feeling confident about their team right now.
The three-time Pro Bowler and Cardinals Ring of Honor enshrinee points to his tenure in Arizona as proof that this team can turn things around quickly.
Palmer recalled how the team quickly improved after he arrived. He enjoyed a great deal of success with the organization, including the 2015 season, in which the now-43-year-old former first-overall selection led Arizona to a 13-3 record.
The former quarterback and his kids are big fans of the team, and he keeps his “fingers crossed” that the Cards can reverse its fortunes.
Within the interview, Palmer identifies a key to a resurgence in the Valley of the Sun.
Listen to what Palmer thinks is integral for the Cards’ future success, and to more from the 2002 Heisman Trophy winner in the video above.