Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/19/14

Like many other fans, players and people associated with the Arizona Cardinals organization, Larry Fitzgerald Sr. has seen enough. Arizona’s 58-0 loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday was one of the most embarrassing in team history. I’m not sure anything would have helped the Cardinals with the way their defense played, but their offense was unable to put a point on the board en route to a ninth-straight loss. As we mentioned before, Larry Fitzgerald is an amazing talent lost in a sea of incompetency. The star wideout has six catches for 67 yards and no scores in his last four games — that’s right, four games. The team’s most recent struggles inspired Fitzy’s old man to take them to task. Pathetic performance by Arizona Cardinals.38-0 Seahawks!8-5 Cardinals loss 9 straight can’t do anything right.They beat this team week 1! — Larry Fitzgerald Sr. (@FitzBeatSr) December 9, 2012 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 Larry was n this situation last was in high school.Got beat 75-6 Dela Salle over Minnehaha.We talked about that today.I pulled him out. — Larry Fitzgerald Sr. (@FitzBeatSr) December 10, 2012 Fitzgerald Sr. is a sports writer, and Early Doucet would tell you that he has never been shy about speaking his mind if he feels the need to call someone out. While his Twitter thoughts on Sunday may lead to some awkward moments for his son, Larry Sr. was simply saying what is on the minds of a lot of fans, players and coaches. The Cardinals are an absolute mess. It’s a shame one of the best receivers in the game is going to waste because of it. Perhaps Vince Young could help? He certainly seems to think so. H/T Pro Football Talk

6 Comments:
  • I don't blame Larry's father. Vince Young can't help himself let alone the Cardinals! That's all we need is one more retread quarterback.
  • By now means am I a Cardinal fan, but when I watched this game it was so dishearting just to see a team give up. I truely believe the coach needs to go. If you cant get your men together even if it was just to get them inspired...it comes your leadership.....hands down. Look at your player Fritz....he is an exceptional player with lack of true leadership from his coach, players and most of all the owner.....Go Redskins....RG111...
  • It is terrible to watch games like Sun. Coach, players should be afraid to show face. Time to get new coaches. Some of the players are wasting time playing for Whiny.He has had enough time trying to coace this team. Some good players. "whats the holdup" Bidwell
  • Put the blame where it belongs....on the fans. The Cardinals have been a disgrace to the State of Arizona since they arrived, and yet all you hear from the fans is "just wait until next season". No team in the NFL can play so badly and still fill the stadium year after year like the Cardinals. The Bidwell's knew this when they moved the team from St. Louis. They knew we still have a hayseed mentality and the average Cardinal fan is as dumb as a post. Why should the owners act any differently? As far as they are concerned $$$$$$$ this is the most successful franchise in NFL history. What other Franchise can make so much money and deliver so little? Oh wait! That other pro sports team that has never won an NBA title and disappoints it's fans year after year. THE PHOENIX SUNS. I think I see a pattern here.
  • u my friend are dumb as a post. Youre blaming the fans for supporting these nincompoops. It is to bad that the Cards ended up here but thats all we have, if anything the fans should be commended as suppoting these guys has to be so hard. It would be easy to be a Patriot fan or Steeler fan (insert any winner here) but you gotta be tuff to endure this crap. I for one salute card fans, we still have pro football because of you.
  • you are dumb.....blames the fans! we have season tickets and are buying them again next year... we like footboll period...we are not giving up when they are down....good football. good drinking... good time,... we need to host the teams that visit..."blame the fans" geezz... you big dummy!!!
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