The Arizona Cardinals could be headed for changes after the team's 34-0 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

"I'm not going to sit here and say right after the game what we're going to do from a personnel standpoint," Steve Wilks said. "But I will say this, everybody will be evaluated."

Sam Bradford struggled, going 17-for-27 for 90 yards and an interception. Through two games, the quarterback has just 243 passing yards.

Wilks says he didn't consider pulling Bradford for rookie Josh Rosen on Sunday.

"Well, I think when you look at the climate of the game and how it was going, I don't know if it was going to make a major difference there because, again, it just wasn't one guy," Wilks said.

"It was several on both sides of the ball in all three phases. Again, we'll evaluate personnel moving forward and seeing exactly what we're going to do next week as far as putting the best guys on the field."