Larry Fitzgerald has more talent in one finger than half of the wide receivers in the NFL. All that talent goes out the window when you don’t have a solid quarterback getting you the pigskin. When you start Fitz you expect to see 100 yard/1 TD numbers on average. When John Skelton was under center week 1, he at least received 11 targets and hauled in 4 for 63 yards.
With Skelton out with an injury, Kolb is back as the signal caller and the two have never managed to click…and it’s not Fitzgerald’s fault I can guarentee you that much. Today Kolb only looked his way 5 times, with Fitz catching only 1 of them. Like any great receiver, there production is based largely on their QB. It would be tough not starting Larry Fitzgerald, he just has incredible upside. If you can get fair value I say trade him if it’s worth the squeeze. If not, cross your fingers, wear your lucky socks, and hope that Kolb can spark a connection with the stud wideout.
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