Week 9 Fantasy Football Projections: Larry Fitzgerald and Brandon Marshall Will Be Crippled by Lackluster QBs
It's hard to make Larry Fitzgerald look bad, but the Cardinals have done their best since Kurt Warner left to surround him with lackluster quarterbacks and an offense that dumbs down his abilities.
Kevin Kolb wasn't the answer in the first place in Arizona and to make matters worse, John Skelton is getting the start. With Helter Skelton making a comeback, the Cardinals are in squalor, and Fitzgerald will be frustrated all day long.
He's not the only one either. Here are talented wide receivers being snuffed out by miserable quarterbacks who can't get them the ball.
Brandon Marshall has taken heat since he arrived in Miami. The fact of the matter is, he's not the problem. This is a guy who has the tools to be the best possession receiver in the NFL, but the Dolphins' neglect for the quarterback position has bound Marshall to failure.
Matt Moore is garbage. Marshall should be racking up 100 YPG like clock work. Today, the Dolphins square off against the Chiefs, and given the way Tamba Hali ruined the Chargers last week, it's safe to say Moore is going to be erratic while under fire. Jake Long can't be everywhere and Marshall is going to have yet another tough day.
Fitzgerald signed a ridiculous extension that will likely keep him in Arizona for the rest of his career. Silly him. The Cardinals dealt away a 2nd-round pick and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie for career backup Kolb.
It's back to the 2010 edition of the Cardinals now, with Kolb ailing and out today. They are going to plug away on the ground and look to take advantage of the Rams' porous run defense, and Ken Whisenhunt has to know the less time the ball spends in his quarterbacks hands, the better shot his team has at taking down the Rams and proving they aren't the worst team in the worst division in football.
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