Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has endured the highs and lows of wearing an Arizona Cardinals uniform. He has played with potential Hall of Fame quarterbacks such as Kurt Warner to mediocre signal callers such as John Skelton and Kevin Kolb.
No matter who it was Fitzgerald was the consummate professional. After three seasons of not having a 1,000-yard season, Larry Fitzgerald racked up over 1,215 yards receiving and nine touchdown receptions.
He is only two touchdown receptions away from becoming the 10th player in NFL history to have 100 touchdown catches for their career. Larry Fitzgerald is at his best when the Cardinals have a viable option at the quarterback position. When Kurt Warner was under center as the Cardinals starting quarterback in 2008, we saw what type of player Fitzgerald can be in the postseason.
It’s almost like he takes his game to another level when the bright lights are on. We saw that type of performance from Fitzgerald in last year’s playoffs.
Going into 2016, the Cardinals have a far better roster than the squad that made the Super Bowl run in 2008. In 2016, the Cardinals are expected to contend for a Super Bowl title, expect Fitzgerald to give his all to catapult the Cardinals to Super Bowl LI in Houston.
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