Mired in a six-game losing streak, Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt hinted that the team could be looking to make some changes to its coaching staff in the future.
"When you have a day like we did (Sunday), you have to (consider it)," Whisenhunt said.
The Cardinals (4-6) have been struggling to find consistency since starting the season 4-0. Not only has the quarterback position been inconsistent -- evidenced most recently by Whisenhunt benching John Skelton for rookie Ryan Lindley -- but the team's playcalling has been questionable as well, which might cause Whisenhunt to make some changes to his coaching staff.
During the six-game skid, the Cardinals have only averaged 12 points per game and the offense has been one of the league's poorest. On the 2012 campaign, Arizona is ranked 26th in passing yards per game (201.4) and 30th in rushing yards per game (82.3).
Kickoff for Sunday's game against the Rams is slated for 2:25 p.m. MT at University of Phoenix Stadium and the game will be televised on FOX.