Bruce Arians Puts Rough Season In Perspective


In recent years, Arizona Cardinals fans have been spoiled with success. Sure, they haven’t won the big game, but most fan bases would love to experience the consistent winning and playoff appearances the Cardinals have endured over the past three years.

However, this year has been a different story thus far.

The Cardinals find themselves searching for answers with a record of (4-6-1) and while head coach Bruce Arians have grown accustomed to winning at this level, this isn’t unfamiliar territory for him.

“Those six years at Temple, they got me accustomed to a hell of a lot of stuff,” Arians said. “So, I’ve been addressing people about this for a really long time. It really doesn’t change.”

During his six-year tenure at Temple, Arians went (27-39). The Cardinals are scheduled to face the Washington Redskins this Sunday at 4:25 eastern time.

Source: ESPN

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