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Stock Up: Larry Fitzgerald
Stock Up: Andre Roberts
Stock Up: Michael Floyd
Stock Down: Early Doucet
Stock Down: Todd Heap
Many fantasy football owners were panicking after Week 2 as Larry Fitzgerald had just one catch for four yards against New England.
He would rebound in Week 3, however, picking up nine receptions for 114 yards while reaching the end zone for the first time this season.
Larry Fitzgerald owners can start breathing again. If his stock dropped at all through the first two weeks, then his performance this week gained it back.
The Cardinals have also received great contributions from Andre Roberts and Michael Floyd.
Roberts is not lighting up the stat book, but he does have two receiving touchdowns, including the game-winner against Seattle.
Floyd recorded the first major of the game in Week 3. This was the first reception and touchdown of his young career.
On the flip side, two players who have not been as impressive are Early Doucet and Todd Heap.
Doucet has caught just six passes so far this year and it appears that he still occasionally has "stone hands" syndrome.
ASU Alumni Todd Heap is in a different situation. Through two weeks, he played a pretty key role in the Cardinals offense. The veteran made a couple of clutch catches in both games and it was looking like Arizona was finally making use of the tight end position.
Fast forward to game time this past Sunday and Mr. Heap is inactive due to an injury. This seems like a trend for the Cards. Every time they get production out of the tight end spot, someone usually gets injured.