Larry Fitzgerald on Arizona’s 4-0 start

10/01/2012

The Arizona Cardinals are NOT who we thought they were.

After a pre-season dominated by questions over who would start at quarterback, expectations were low for the Cards. Four weeks into the regular season, Arizona is 4-0 for the first time in 38 years and a game up in the NFC West race.

Their latest feat was a thrilling overtime victory against Miami made possible by a game-tying drive late in the fourth quarter led by starter-turned-backup-turned-starter Kevin Kolb.

In his weekly conversation with Westwood One’s Jim Gray, star Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald talks about his team’s improbable start, the play of Kolb and what will happen when John Skelton returns from injury and his team’s Thursday Night Football matchup with the St. Louis Rams.

(Listen to Larry Fitzgerald’s interview with Jim Gray from 10/1/12)

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Arizona Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald is Jim Gray’s guest each week during the Westwood One Monday Night Football pregame show. Larry Fitzgerald is brought to you by University of Phoenix.

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