Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald is at it again.
For the second straight week, Fitzgerald torched an opposing defense - this time the San Francisco 49ers. Fitzgerald racked up nine catches for 134 yards and two touchdowns.
Fitzgerald is now on pace for some ridiculous 2015 season numbers (123 receptions, 1,776 yards and 27 touchdowns).
While Fitz is sure to slow down at some point, his performance so far thus year has been somewhat of a surprise considering that many had pegged John Brown and Michael Floyd to take over as the Cardinals' top wide receivers.
Fitzgerald, however, has other ideas and similar to other players surging late in their career (aka Tom Brady) Fitzgerald appears to have plenty of gas left in the tank.
The re-emergence of Fitzgerald provides QB Carson Palmer with three superb weapons on the perimeter (along with Brown and Floyd) and a surprisingly productive running game has also helped the cause.
If all facets of the Cardinals offense can keep this up, it could be a special season in Arizona.
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