TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Cardinals' offensive woes have limited their ability to take advantage of one of the best wide receivers in the game.
A weak offensive line, erratic quarterback play and a largely ineffective running game have meant that defenses can zero in on Larry Fitzgerald more than ever, and he was already drawing plenty of attention. One of the game's best offensive players plays on one of its worst offenses.
An immensely proud player, Fitzgerald works hard to keep any personal frustration to himself. He knows how good he is, and that must make the offensive struggles of his team even harder to bear.
"I know what I am. I know who I am," he said after practice on Thursday. "That's not going to change based on week to week number-wise. That's never going to change. My focus is more so on just getting it done as a whole. That's really what I think of. I'll get my plays."
Fitzgerald, who holds virtually every franchise career receiving record and has numbers over the ...