For the third straight game Sunday, Arizona Cardinals wide receivers Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald both notched double-digit fantasy points. Neither receiver topped 100 yards, but both found the end zone, as the Cardinals lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21, snapping their four-game winning streak.
Floyd led the way Sunday, catching five balls for 99 yards. He caught a 23-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. Fitzgerald, meanwhile, also had five catches, going for 72 yards. His 43-yard touchdown catch came in the second quarter.
The two have offered similar total production on the season, but in different ways; Floyd's game brings him to 860 yards and four touchdowns on the season, while Fitzgerald now sits at 678 yards, but nine scores.
Fantasy impact: It took until Week 11 to get going, but the Cardinals have been able to support two fantasy-relevant wide receivers three weeks in a row; the two have combined for more than 30 fantasy points per game in their last three, with two touchdowns a game.
The Cardinals' schedule gets significantly more difficult in coming weeks, as they play St. Louis, Tennessee, Seattle and San Francisco down the stretch. In contrast to the last few weeks, the rest of the season seems like it'll be tougher to feed both receivers. Fitzgerald's value out to be a fair amount higher than Floyd's for the rest of the season.