The Greatness of Larry Fitzgerald, as Seen Through the Eyes of His QBs

January 21, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With each passing year, each game, each reception, the greatness of Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald becomes clearer. 
The YouTube catches and the scrapbook seasons just keep stacking one on top of the other, made all the more impressive when you consider the number of different quarterbacks he's had to work with. Some have been exceptional passers—like Carson Palmer, who he'll be teaming with in Sunday's NFC Championship Game, and Kurt Warner, who threw Fitzgerald two touchdowns in the 2008 Super Bowl. Others haven't.
"It isn't easy to do what he has done with different guys, especially when you look at some of the names on the list," Warner said. "There are guys who were his quarterbacks who didn't have a whole lot of success in the league, and at times it has been mix and match."
Warner was on the passing end of more of Fitzgerald's 1,071 receptions than any other quarterback: 36 percent. Palmer accounts for another 21 percent. The rest is split ...

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