Found January 20, 2012 on Fox Sports Arizona:
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Theres been a lot of angst, energy and discussion spent on Todd Haleys potential return to the Cardinals. Lets cut to the chase: The Cardinals dont need Haley to take their offense to the next level. The issue with the Cardinals offense last season was not play-calling. The issue was quarterback play. If you think QB play was partially a product of coaching, well, the Cardinals are in agreement. They already fired QBs coach Chris Miller to resolve that issue. You dont fire a coach if youre happy with his performance. But if you think the Cards' offensive struggles were the product of poor play-calling, you werent watching the games last season. There were plenty of plays to be made on the field last year by the quarterbacks. They just missed them through indecision or inaccuracy. Besides, coach Ken Whisenhunts stamp is all over the offensive play-calling given his pedigree as a former offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh. It's not like Arizona's offensive philosophy w...
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