On Thursday night, the Arizona Cardinals suffered one of the worst losses of the NFL season. Arizona was dominated on both sides of the ball by the Denver Broncos en route to a 45-10 loss.
Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen threw three interceptions - two of which were returned for touchdowns. He also fumbled the ball twice and was sacked six times by the Broncos defensive front.
The offense was non-existent, though that's been par for the course this year. Arizona entered last night's game with the worst offense in terms of yards per game and second-worst in points per game with 13.7 per contest.
Both figures took a hit last night as the offense put up just 223 yards of offense and 10 points. During and after the game, fans and analysts questioned whether or not Mike McCoy would last the season as the team's offensive coordinator.
ESPN's Adam Schefter suggested a change could be coming soon.
It's not a good sign for a coach when NFL insiders are predicting a change could be in the works in the near future. Ironically, McCoy was fired in the middle of the season last year when he was the offensive coordinator for the Broncos.