When asked about the NFL 2012-13 season, Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald expressed his frustrations playing for Arizona last year.
“It was the most frustrating season, or time, I’ve ever had,” Fitzgerald told Bruce Cooper of The Arizona Republic. “Professionally … or even in college, I’ve never had a year like that. It was tough mentally, physically it was tough, but it builds resolve. I know I never want to go through a season like that personally, or as a team, and I’m going to do everything in my power to not ever repeat that.”
Hands down, Larry Fitzgerald is one of the top three wide receivers in the NFL and probably one of the most professional athletes you will ever watch, but there’s only so much a veteran could take.
In 2012, the Arizona Cardinals continued to have one huge problem, the quarterback position. Not one QB was consistent enough to stay on the field, which proved to be very frustrating for Fitzgerald. A total of four quarterbacks played under center for the Cardinals last year (John Skelton, Kevin Kolb, Ryan Lindley, and Brian Hoyer).
Usually, all wide receivers in the league tend to be major “divas.” Larry Fitzgerald, on the other hand is cut from a different cloth and he’s someone that the Arizona Cardinals are very lucky to have.
Four quarterbacks? That’s just insane.
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