WR - ARI
Week 8 Outlook
Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald caught eight passes for 62 yards in a 37-34 overtime win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Fitzgerald had his best game of the season, reeling in all eight of his targets and producing a season-high 62 yards. He was second on the team in targets (tied with Christian Kirk with eight) and had some crucial chain-moving catches late in the game. Fitzgerald is more of a WR4 in most leagues and will need an injury to regain any fantasy relevance in 10-12 team redraft leagues.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 4-of-7 targets for 35 yards as the Cardinals steamroll the Jets 30-10 in Week 5.
Fitzgerald saw seven targets in this one, but was only able to churn out 35 total yards on four catches. Through five games, he's averaging just 24.6 yards per game and has yet to find the end zone. Fitzgerald can remain on the waiver wire in even the deepest of leagues.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 2-of-3 targets for just four yards in a 31-21 loss to the Panthers in Week 4.
Fitzgerald now has just three total receptions for four yards in his last two games. If you've held on to him through four weeks, you can now safely drop him and pick up a different wide receiver with more opportunities. At this point, Fitzgerald is not involved enough in the Cardinals' offense to warrant a roster spot in even the deepest of fantasy leagues.
Larry Fitzgerald caught just one pass for 0 yards on three targets in Week 3 as the Cardinals fall to the Lions, 26-23.
Fitzgerald disappeared in Week 3 after seeing seven targets in Week 2. He's going to be hard to trust on a weekly basis, and is probably better off sitting on the waiver wire rather than taking up a valuable roster spot on your fantasy team. Fitzgerald will look to get back on track in a Week 4 matchup against the Carolina Panthers.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 7-of-7 balls for 50 yards against Washington in Week 2.
Fitzgerald was second on the team in targets only to DeAndre Hopkins, who finished with a team-high nine targets. Through two games, Fitzgerald now has 11 catches for 84 yards on 12 targets. He's been involved in the offense, but he's not much more than a desperation flex play at this point in his career. He'll face the Lions in Week 3.