Doric SamOctober 18, 2022
GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 09: head coach Kliff Kingsbury of the Arizona Cardinals looks on against the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium on October 9, 2022 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)Cooper Neill/Getty Images

The Arizona Cardinals have struggled on offense so far this season, and a lot of the blame is on head coach Kliff Kingsbury. He seems to be open to a change.

If the team improves, he would be willing to give up his play-calling duties.

"Anything that can help us score more points and win is something I am open to," he said. Whatever it takes to win, I am all for it.

It might be hard to make a change during a short week as the Cards will face the Saints on Thursday Night Football. When the team has more time to prepare for the Vikings, a switch may be made.

"Anything it takes to win, anything it takes to score points, I'm for it," he said. Anything can happen in this league. All avenues will be examined by us.

His previous stance has changed as a result of his new comments. If he wasn't calling the plays, he'd walk away from the game.

He said at the time that he would retire. It's something that happens in the game. I needed to be there and watch it. A lot of people are good at that, but I don't like it. My strong suit is telling the quarterback what's happening. I have to use my strengths.

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Success has not been achieved by those strengths. After a 19-9 loss to Seattle on Sunday, the Cards are in last place in the west. Three of Arizona's last four games have seen the team score less than 20 points.

It's clear that a change is needed sooner than later if the Cards want to turn their season around.