The NFL Network did their “Top 100″ list on Wednesday and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, Larry Fitzgerald, is not satisfied with his No. 7 overall ranking.
Fitzgerald only seems interested in one thing. That is getting closer to achieving his goal of being an NFL champion.
“I’ve completed 8 NFL seasons, & while I am somewhat satisfied with personal achievements, I have come close only once to achieving the ultimate team goal,” Fitzgerald wrote. “Being a productive WR is no longer enough. I’ve grown into a position of leadership as a Cardinals team captain and have tried to expand my role as a mentor and example for our core of young players.”
“My sincere hope is that we can get back to the playoffs on a regular basis and become Super Bowl Champions.”
The Cardinals are a combined 13-19 in the last two seasons with an assortment of different sub-par quarterbacks since Kurt Warner’s departure. Although, you wouldn’t know it judging by Fitzgerald’s numbers. The 28 year old has piled up 2,548 over the past two seasons, while catching 14 touchdowns.
With improvement of Arizona’s defense, it seems like the Cards may be a legit QB away from competing for a playoff birth.
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