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Wide Receiver, Arizona Cardinals

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Draft: 2004 Round 1 (3)
College: Pittsburgh
Ht: 6’3”  Wt: 218 DOB: 1983-08-31 Age: 32

Season Stats
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  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2004 ARI 16 16 115 58 780 13.4 8 127.4 8.0
2005 ARI 16 16 165 103 1,409 13.7 10 205.0 12.8
2006 ARI 13 13 110 68 941 13.8 6 130.6 10.0
2007 ARI 15 14 167 101 1,412 14.0 10 201.2 13.4
2008 ARI 16 16 154 96 1,434 14.9 12 215.4 13.5
2009 ARI 16 16 153 97 1,092 11.3 13 187.2 11.7
2010 ARI 16 15 173 90 1,137 12.6 6 149.7 9.4
2011 ARI 16 16 154 80 1,411 17.6 8 189.1 11.8
2012 ARI 16 0 156 71 798 11.2 4 103.8 6.5
2012 (Projected) ARI       88 1,210 13.8 8 169.9  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
Fitzgerald was the wide receiver equivalent to running back Maurice Jones-Drew in 2011 – highly productive despite playing in an offense with several significant issues. Despite subpar play along the offensive line and at quarterback from Kevin Kolb and the accuracy challenged John Skelton, Fitzgerald still managed to catch 80 passes for 1,411 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging a career-high 17.6 yards per reception and finishing the season as the 5th ranked fantasy wide receiver. After averaging 98 receptions for 1,313 yards and 11.7 touchdowns during the 2007-2009 seasons, it is safe to say that Fitzgerald has failed to attain the levels of production that he had when Kurt Warner was at the helm of the team’s offense. Nonetheless, he has remained highly productive, averaging 85 receptions for 1,274 yards and seven touchdowns over the past two years. With Warner gone, Fitzgerald’s touchdown production has declined and that is the biggest reason for the decline in his fantasy production from 13.1 FPts/G to 10.6 FPts/G. Entering 2012, Fitzgerald remains a solid, low risk WR1 although another 1,400-yard season will be a challenge given the return of Kolb and Skelton at quarterback and the marginal upgrades made along the offensive line.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR3 John Brown
WR2WR1 Larry Fitzgerald
WR3WR2 Michael Floyd
WR4WR4 Jaron Brown
WR5WR5 J.J. Nelson
Cardinals Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Cards' Floyd out multiple weeks with hand injury     -- Wed Aug 5 7:20 pm --

Three dislocated fingers in left hand
Starting receiver Michael Floyd suffered a left hand injury early in practice and will be out several weeks, according to a source. Both the NFL Network and CBSsports.com reported that Floyd suffered three broken fingers and will miss around six weeks. That makes it doubtful he could play in the season opener against the Saints on Sept. 13. An NFL source told azcentral.com the injury wasn’t as severe as the Cardinals first feared and that Floyd could be out just three to five weeks. (Arizona Republic)

FF Today's Take: Floyd was scheduled to start opposite Larry Fitzgerald but his role could be filled by John Brown early in the season. The injury puts a dent in Floyd's fantasy value as he looks to rebound from a ho-hum showing in 2014 that included six touchdowns but only 47 catches. His ADP will take a hit which could make him a nice value play in the later rounds of your draft.

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