Steve Sarkisian’s two seasons as the Atlanta Falcons’ offensive coordinator didn’t go according to plan.
After replacing former OC Kyle Shanahan in that role back in 2017, Sark led a regression of north of 11 points per game. While the Falcons’ offense did improve this past regular season, it was not good enough for the former USC head coach to keep his job.
Apparently, Sark’s lack of success in Atlanta is not going to act like a deterrent for new Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, Sarkisian is currently interviewing for the Cardinals’ vacant offensive coordinator job.