Fitzgerald is coming off his strongest performance, a 117-yard, one-touchdown game last week, and will look to shine on further when the Cardinals host the Seahawks on Thursday night. He remains the focal point of his team’s passing attack but faces the daunting task of facing the No. 2 ranked pass defense in the league and some of the best cover corners in the game.
Fitzgerald will continue to see the majority of targets this week, but he will also likely see a rash of double-teams throughout the game. Fellow receivers Michael Floyd and Andre Roberts may help draw some of the coverage away, but every defensive coordinator knows that the best way to stop the Cardinals offense is to contain Fitzgerald as much as possible.
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