By Real Talk Raph, Cardinals Correspondent, Fri, Sep 12th 8:35pm EDT
Earlier in the week, Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians indicated that Larry Fitzgerald has been dealing with a sore knee dating back to the third preseason game of the preseason. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: As we saw in Week 1, it would appear that Michael Floyd is the true WR1 in Arizona. However, with the downfield passing attack that Arians employees, a healthy Fitzgerald can still be productive in all formats. Keep tabs on this situation as he's technically not listed on the team's Week 2 injury report. Fitzgerald is currently WR19 in standard formats and WR21 in PPR formats, per FantasyPros.
By Tony Perugini, Cardinals Correspondent, Tue, Sep 9th 2:04am EDT
Larry Fitzgerald did very little in Arizona's week 1 win against the Chargers, posting 1 reception for 22 yards off of 4 targets. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: This was very unexpected from Fitzgerald owners. At times it seemed like Carson Palmer wasn't even looking Fitzgerald's way. Fitzgerald didn't even record his lone possession until the 4th quarter! Look for Fitzgerald to bounce back against a very suspect New York Giants defense in week 2. The Giants gave up 346 yards through the air to the Lions in week 1.
By Tony Perugini, Cardinals Correspondent, Mon, Aug 25th 10:52pm EDT
Larry Fitzgerald had a fantastic showing Sunday night against the Bengals, totaling 71 receiving yards off of 3 receptions. On the second drive of the night, Fitzgerald caught a 43 yard catch-and-run off of a slant route. (Source: CBS Sports
Fantasy Impact: Fitzgerald has looked amazing this preseason totaling 106 yards receiving on 7 receptions. While the emergence of Michael Floyd and John Brown may take away some targets from Fitzgerald, he still is the leading red zone target in Arizona. His days of being a top 10 fantasy WR might be done, but Fitzgerald still has plenty left in the tank to contribute to fantasy lineups. He is the consensus 17th ranked WR according to fantasypros.com. Draft Fitzgerald with confidence with the idea of him producing somewhere in the region of 1,000 receiving yard and 8-10 TDs.
By TD Monk, Cardinals Correspondent, Sat, Aug 9th 9:22pm EDT
Larry Fitzgerald caught both of his targets in the one series he played, which included a 7 yard touchdown reception after beating Texans CB Brandon Harris. He also threw a key block downfield which sprung TE Rob Housler for a 38 yard reception. (Source: TD Monk)
Fantasy Impact: WR Michael Floyd is receiving justified hype after a breakout season last year, however Larry Fitzgerald will still be in the WR1/WR2 discussion this season as he remains a key red zone target for the Cardinals potent passing game.
By TD Monk, Cardinals Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 12:28pm EDT
Fitzgerald's 2015 cap number increases to $23.6 million, which is a $15 million increase compared to this year. This equates to between 15-20 percent of the salary cap. (Source: azcentral
Fantasy Impact: Cardinals President Michael Bidwill states he wants Fitz to retire a Cardinal, but he will most likely need to restructure his current deal which pays him approximately $60 million through 2018. He will be 31 at the end of August and still produces at a high level even though he has not had a 1,000 yd season since 2011. His leadership and work ethic are irreplaceable, but this season's production and the emergence of younger WRs like Michael Floyd will determine the amount of team leverage.
Razzball | Sep 10th
Beer bonging a gallon of chew spit while watching your pregnant mother get a$$ blasted by Ron Jeremy> Owning Larry Fitzgerald in fantasy football in 2014.
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