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Mid-Season Poll: How Many Games Will the Arizona Cardinals Win This Year?

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After getting crushed on Monday Night Football by the San Francisco 49ers, the Arizona Cardinals have now lost four games in a row.

That's quite a difference from the start of the season, in which the Cardinals won their first four games.

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Between defenses starting to exploit the offensive line, the loss of quarterback Kevin Kolb, and the loss of the top two running backs due to injury, the Cardinals outlook may not be as great as it was a few weeks ago.

After one game of this season, nearly 70 percent of our readers agreed the Cardinals would win between four and 10 games. Thirty-seven percent predicted that the team would win between eight and 10, and 31 percent said the Cardinals would win between four and seven games.

Let's see how that's changed -- now how many games do you think the Cardinals will win this season?

Cast your vote below:



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