The NFL attracts fans from all walks of life.
That includes the most famous among us.
Country music star Blake Shelton recently appeared on Good Morning Football and did so donning gear from his favorite team.
He sure was not shy about showing his support for the undefeated Arizona Cardinals.
— Good Morning Football (@gmfb) October 27, 2021
Those who follow Shelton know he has been a fan for quite some time, so he appears to be thrilled his Cardinals are back to dominating the NFL once again.
The “Hail Murray” mug is the perfect touch to prove his true fandom.
Cardinals Fans Rejoicing
2021 is a perfect year to be a fan of the Cardinals.
The team is off to a 7-0 start and Kyler Murray is playing like an MVP candidate.
So barring an epic collapse, the Cardinals are heading back to the playoffs for the first time since the 2015 season.
That year saw the team advance all the way to the NFC Championship Game, only to get blown out by the Carolina Panthers.
Mediocrity has followed and one awful season in 2018 allowed the team to draft Murray.
While it was miserable in the moment, fans can find some appreciation for that awful year in hindsight.
The ultimate key to this team seems to be Kliff Kingsbury.
I kinda feel like Kliff Kingsbury isn't getting enough credit for recognizing the talent in Kyler Murray. It seems obvious now, but at the time a large majority of NFL personnel people did not think Murray was a No. 1 overall talent, and many thought he wasn't an NFL QB at all.
— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) October 24, 2021
He is the offensive mastermind for the Cardinals and pairing him with Murray was a genius move.
But let’s also not forget the fact the Cardinals basically stole DeAndre Hopkins from the Houston Texans.
That gave the young quarterback an elite target and having a rejuvenated A.J. Green around doesn’t hurt either.
Shelton is just one of many Cardinals fans ecstatic with the way the team is playing in 2021.
The goal now is to keep it going and not make the 7-0 start look like an anomaly.
If the Cardinals slip up at all, the Los Angeles Rams are there waiting to take control of the NFC West.