Four years ago the Arizona Cardinals were playing in Super Bowl XLIII against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since then, the team has had just one playoff berth, a weak offensive line and a carousel of quarterbacks.
The Cardinals are coming off of a 5-11 season that started off with a lot of promise but fell flat once October started. Despite everything that's happened in the last few seasons, it's still possible that Arizona could be playing in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Yes, that's right. There's a blueprint that the Cardinals can follow to get to the Super Bowl that will be played outdoors in New York City. Thankfully, the 2008 Super Bowl run was just a few years ago so we can find a path to future success in what got them to the big game four seasons back.
Start the slideshow below and see just how the Cardinals can get back to the Super Bowl...and hopefully have a better final minute of the game.