We are in countdown mode to the start of the season. The Arizona Cardinals will kick off the 2023 regular season in 62 days on September 10 on the road against the Washington Commanders.
It will be the official beginning of the Jonathan Gannon era as head coach.
In our countdown until the start of the season, we will give you notable stats in Cardinals history related to the number of the day.
Below are some notable stats with the No. 62.
Johnny Olszewski was a fullback for the Cardinals from 1953-1957. He had 63 catches with the team.
When Scott Player was the Cardinals’ punter from 1998-2006, he had 62 touchbacks.
In 2007, Kurt Warner completed 62.3% of his passes.
Emmitt Smith averaged 62.5 yards per game in 2004.
Terry Metcalf rushed for an average of 62.8 yards per game in 1975.
Stump Mitchell averaged 62.9 rushing yards per game in 1985.
Four Cardinals have had 62 receptions in a season.
Sonny Randle caught 62 passes in 1960. Bobby Joe Conrad had that many in 1962.
Pat Tilley had 62 in 1978 and J.T. Smith had 62 in 1989.
Breaston returned 62 kicks in 2007.
In 2018, running back David Johnson scored 62 points. He rushed for seven scores, had three touchdown catches and had a two-point conversion.