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Now that it's officially the NFL offseason and the dust has settled on the Super Bowl I think it's safe to look back on what Kliff Kingsbury was able to do in year one with the Arizona Cardinals.

The Cardinals might not have been a playoff team but the reason they brought in Kingsbury was to improve on offense and they definitely did that.

In 2018, the Cardinals averaged a league-low 241.6 yards per game and a league-worst 14.1 points per game. In 2019, they are 20th in the league in yards, averaging 343.9, so more than 100 yards more per game.

In 2019 they moved to 22.6 points per game. They scored 25 or more in at least 6 games in 2019. They had one such game in 2018 and needed a defensive touchdown to get there.

Bottom line is that the offense improved under Kingsbury.

Watch that improvement below in a video that features every single Cardinals touchdown from last season. After you watch this video it's easy to see why Larry Fitzgerald wants to return to the team in 2020.