Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/18/14

The Cardinals are expected to go hard after Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy to be their head coach. Denver's season ending loss means McCoy now is available to speak with the Cardinals about the job. McCoy is a hot commodity and has generated interest from numerous NFL teams according to Mark Sessler of NFL.com. The Cardinals also have an in house interest in defensive coordinator Ray Horton, but are weighing their options first.

7 Comments:
  • why in the world would they want to "go hard" after mike mccoy. He literally does nothing for the broncos. The broncos best success comes when they go into hurry up offense and Peyton Manning calls the plays. Whenever he is calling plays they are a "break even" team at best. The cards have never been any good at recruiting personel to play or manage, and when I say the cards i mean the bidwells.
  • I couldn't agree more with the comment. I feel the plays called at the end of the game and during overtime completly took away Peyton's strength. Killing the clock with Peyton on the field two timesout. How dumb is that.
  • Does nothing? We should only hope that Mike McCoy decides to come to Arizona. For two years he has brought Denver to the playoffs with the best offense in the NFL! Last year, with Tim Tebow, he creatively weaved an offense to make them successful into the first playoff round. What do you want?
  • We did not need a new coach, we need new owners. The Bidwells have made bad ( cheap ) choices with players for years. When they finally came up with a good coach but no offensive line they blamed the only coach who ever took them to a super bowl for the problem. We need a new quarterback and an offensive line to protect him.
  • Bidwill is not to blame for player choices, that's on the GM, player development staff and coaches. On the contrary, he has opened his wallet in recent years to create a competitive organization. He will need alot of money to convince Mike McCoy to come to the Valley of the Sun!
  • I think that the Devenver Broncos coach is inExperienced for the Cardinals,however i think that he would make a good coach for the San Digeo Chargers. I think a coach like that can really help thier team and offence.And i also think that would be a good start for Mike MocCoy. While on the other hand i'm disappointed that choach Whisenhunt has left the Cardinals I think this a coach that really inspired and motivated and just brought out plays and skills that we needed for this team. I also think that he's done a really good job working with the Cardinals over the years. He just seems like he's the type of coach for the Cardnials. As far as this year went for the Cardnials. I think they've done a Fantastic job this year with thier offence and defence.I also think that what ever coach Whisenhunt dose as far as next season he will be successful.
  • previous GM was an idiot and Bidwells are so cheap that is how he came to be in AZ. We need Mike McCoy AND Tim Tebow, and to keep Fitzgerald. Beanie Wells can go.
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