Remaining opponents' winning percentage:
.573 (27-20-1 combined record) Best chance to win:
Detroit (4-8) comes to town on December 16. Outlook:
Every team talks about making history at the beginning of the season. This isn't what the Cardinals had in mind. No team has ever finished 4-12 after a 4-0 start, according to STATS LLC. Arizona has a legitimate chance at such an ignominious mark because of the NFL's worst offense. The low point came in last Sunday's 7-6 loss to the New York Jets when the Cardinals were 0-for-15 on third downs. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald's talents are being wasted in his prime because the Cardinals have failed to field a quality quarterback since Kurt Warner's retirement following the 2009 season. Biggest position of need:
The holes are all on offense. The Cardinals need personnel upgrades at quarterback, along the offensive line, and potentially at running back with Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams being unable to stay healthy. Tight end has remained an afterthought even as more teams are using them to create mismatches in the passing game. - Alex Marvez
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