Losers of nine straight games, the Arizona Cardinals have fallen on hard times after a 4-0 start to the season. Could the answer to their troubles come in the form of a down-on-his-luck quarterback?
Vince Young thinks so.
The Cardinals have lost their last two games by a scoring margin of 65-6. In those two games, the quarterback, whether it was Ryan Lindley or Josh Skelton -- combined for five interceptions. For the season, the Cardinals quarterbacks (Kevin Kolb included) have combined for 10 touchdown passes against 13 picks.
Given this low standard, Young believes that he could surely help bolster the team's anemic attack and tweeted as much during the Cardinals' 58-0 loss to the Seahawks.
Young has been without a team this season after getting cut by Buffalo back in August. The last time he was on the field was with the Eagles in 2011. He played in six games as Michael Vick's backup, throwing four touchdown passes and nine interceptions.
Could Arizona do better than Young?