The Arizona Cardinals' season is spiraling out of control, after a 58-0 thrashing at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks, and to stop the bleeding this offseason it seems like many jobs will be lost, both on and off the field.
At 4-9, the Cards are tied for the worst record in the NFC with three other teams.
They have the worst point differential in the NFC, giving up 107 more points than they have scored.
And, not surprisingly, their offense ranks dead last in the league—in rushing, passing and combined yards—and is only one of two teams unable to eclipse 300 yards per game.
On defense, the Cardinals rank 30th in the league in defending the run, a product of the fact that teams have been able to turn to the running game early with big leads to pad.
The team's saving grace is its pass defense, which ranks fifth in the league and is giving up less than 200 yards per game.
Heads will roll accordingly.