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After starting out 4-0, the Arizona Cardinals have hit a wall, a brick one. Losers of 5 games in a row, Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Tuesday during his press conference that he’s willing to make changes to help improve his team. The Cardinals offense ranks 20th in passing and 32nd in rushing.
“When you are what we are, after we started and the way we’ve been the last five games,” Whisenhunt said, “I certainly hope [the players] understand that, because that’s what this business is all about.”
“We did this OK during the first nine weeks. Now we’ve got to do it a little better,” Whisenhunt said. “This is how we can tweak it, how we can get better, and try and fit those things in as they relate to the opponent you’re playing.”
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