SEATTLE (AP) -- Ken Whisenhunt started with an apology and later asked a reporter if he could play quarterback.
Arizona's season that was already spiraling finally hit bottom on Sunday.
The Cardinals committed eight turnovers, saw Seattle's Marshawn Lynch run for three touchdowns and were handed the worst shutout loss in franchise history in a 58-0 rout by the Seahawks.
If there wasn't heated debate about the direction of the Cardinals before, it's likely to pick up after this lackluster effort.
"I apologize to our fans and everyone associated with our organization. That was embarrassing," Whisenhunt said. "We owe it to them, our fans, our supports to give them a better product than we did today and going forward that's what we've got to do, we've got to work to get better than that."
The Seahawks (8-5) scored nearly every way possible, turning their first home game in about a month into a rout that will only increase the chatter ...