By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Arizona Cardinals will keep head coach Ken Whisenhunt through the end of the season.
There was speculation that Whisenhunt was going to be fired on Monday. But on Monday, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill came out and said that Whisenhunt will stay with the team at least for the next three games.
Bidwill has added that there is much to blame after the disaster that the Cardinals season has become. He said he will evaluate everything from top-to-bottom after the season has ended.
He also said that the 58-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks was unacceptable. He said that he didn’t want to make a decision based on emotion after that loss.
Whisehunt has had horrible quarterbacks that GM Rod Graves decided to bring in to Glendale. It’s hard to blame the head coach when your quarterbacks are Kevin Kolb, Ryan Lindley, and John Skelton.
The Cardinals started out with a 4-0 record, including a shocking win over the New England Patriots. Now, they have lost 9 straight games, and with this losing streak, it is hard to think Whisenhunt would survive through the next three games to come back in 2013.
Prior to this season, Whisenhunt won 40 games with 40 losses. His worst season with the team was a 5-11 record in 2010.
The way the Cardinals are going this year, they could have a 5-11 record, or worse.
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