After nine straight losses and a 58-0 blowout, there's no question fans and media members alike are seeking answers from the Cardinals top brass on the current state of the team. Well, ask and you shall receive—Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwill spoke out yesterday on both the team and head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Cardinals president Michael Bidwill told reporters that Ken Whisenhunt will finish season as Cardinals HC.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 10, 2012
As you can see, Whisenhunt will obviously finish the season as head coach, but it appears to be nothing more than a formality at this point. Bidwill has been evaluating this team on a week-to-week basis during the Cardinals' nine-game losing streak. He added, "there is plenty of responsibility to spread around" in the losing streak.
That statement makes you wonder whether or not there will be some changes at the general manager position as well. It's no secret that Rod Graves deserves to shoulder just as much of the blame as Whisenhunt should. His draft selections in years past have been a bit underwhelming, to say the least.
No actual mention to Graves' job was made in the interview with Mr. Bidwill; it just seemed worthy to mention, considering Graves and Whisenhunt have been in this thing together since 2007. As the season presses on over the final three weeks, Arizona's only real opportunity at garnering another win will be this week at home against the Detroit Lions.
Detroit currently holds the same record as the Cardinals, but make no mistake—we all know who the better team is heading into Week 15. In Weeks 16 and 17 the Cards take on the Chicago Bears and the San Francisco 49ers.
A 12-game losing streak to close out the season looks like a real possibility right now.
Jen Neale of SBNation.com reports on the Cardinals putting another offensive lineman on injured reserve.
Zach Kruse of Bleacher Report breaks down the top five teams Larry Fitzgerald must demand a trade to.
San Francisco 49ers
Daniel Brown and Mark Emmons of the MercuryNews.com dive into the concussion precedent after Alex Smith's benching.
Dan Mori of Bleacher Report examines the unsung heroes of the San Francisco 49ers' 2012 season.
Tim Booth of the Seattle Times relays Pete Carroll's message that the Seahawks handled the blowout win properly.
Nick Kostos of Bleacher Report tells us how the Seahawks turned their season around at the halfway point.
St. Louis Rams
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch gives us his thoughts on the Rams making noise in the playoff race.
Dan Gruchala of Bleacher Report lists five valuable things the Rams can learn in Weeks 15, 16 and 17.
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