The end could be near for Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury.
The NFC West team is off to a 2-4 start to the 2022 season. The Cardinals' latest loss came at the hands of Geno Smith and the Seattle Seahawks.
Is Kingsbury's time in Arizona coming to an end? Before it does, the 43-year-old is willing to make a significant change - or at least he says he is.
Kingsbury revealed this Monday that he's "open" to changing play-calling duties if it will help his football team.
“I am open to anything that helps us score more points and helps us win,” Kingsbury said, via Darren Urban of the team website. “We will see where it all goes, but yeah, whatever it takes to win, I’m all for it.”
He adds, “Whatever it takes to win, whatever it takes to score points. Anything goes in this league. We will examine all avenues.”
Typically when a head coach wants to hand over play-calling duties it means the end is near.
The Arizona Cardinals clearly need to make a change to their offensive system. Scoring nine points against the Seahawks defense is an abomination.
Should Kliff Kingsbury give up play-calling duties this week?