Arizona Cardinals reportedly discussing coaching changes

Christian Petersen

Mike Jurecki of XTRA 910 reports that the Arizona Cardinals' front office is discussing coaching changes.

Mike Jurecki of XTRA 910 in Phoenix tweeted Monday that the Arizona Cardinals were having "internal conversations regarding Ray Horton." While that is somewhat vague, it does insinuate that the front office could be looking to make a head coaching move, whether it be this year or next:

If Ken Whisenhunt is on the chopping block, Horton, the current defensive coordinator, could certainly have a run at replacing him, at the very least in an interim capacity. Where the Cardinals offense has only gotten worse as the quarterback situation unraveled following Kevin Kolb's injury, it's been the Horton-led defense that has kept Arizona somewhat respectable despite a current eight-game losing streak.

Arizona is a top-three defense in passing yards allowed per game and No. 7 in points allowed per game. The Cardinals as a whole are a plus-seven in turnover differential this season thanks to producing 27 turnovers, which is good enough for third in the NFL.

Meanwhile, the eight-game losing streak has much to do with a struggling offense, and Whisenhunt has juggled quarterbacks John Skelton and Ryan Lindley to no avail.

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