Larry Fitzgerald Sr isn’t happy with his sons Cardinals (Benny Sieu-US PRESSWIRE)
Cardinals fans were quite disappointed with the beating of their team in Seattle. They were dead on all aspects. No defense, no offense and no heart. They looked nothing like the team that was once 4-0, and they’ve lost their last nine games. A streak that the franchise hasn’t matched since 1944.
Larry Fitzgerald Jr., in the upper echelon of wide receivers, finished the day with one reception for a measly two yards. Things didn’t look well at all for him, or the rest of the team, and his pops isn’t happy.
Larry Fitzgerald Sr., a journalist in Twin Cities Minnesota, said that the Cardinals have quit.
Definition of team quitting?9 losses n a row.9th loss 58-0!Injuries handling of offense worst nNFL.Adrian Wilson&Darnell Dockett situations!
— Larry Fitzgerald Sr. (@FitzBeatSr) December 10, 2012
He has a point, the Cardinals aren’t showing much of anything, and the quarterback situation hasn’t helped. Since the retiring of Kurt Warner, the Cards have fallen off the map. Even if they had a decent quarterback, the offensive line would leave them healthy for about one series, if that.
The teams owner addressed the media today and said that head coach Ken Whisenhunt will remain the coach for the remainder of the year, but didn’t say anything about thereafter. It’s not often a coach can let his team go as the Cardinals have, and retain his job come seasons end.
We’ll see what happens, but with games against the Lions, Bears and 49ers, it doesn’t look as if the Cardinals will be celebrating a victory any time this season.
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