The Cardinals’ free fall continued Sunday with an epic 58-0 loss at Seattle that left Larry Fitzgerald’s father to conclude that Arizona has quit on the season, ESPN reports.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt apologized to fans after Arizona lost its ninth consecutive game. Larry Fitzgerald Sr. took to Twitter to express his frustration with the direction of his son’s team.
“Definition of team quitting? 9 losses n a row. 9th loss 58-0! Injuries handling of offense worst NFL. Adrian Wilson & Darnell Dockett situations!” he tweeted.
Fitzgerald Sr. tweeted that the last time his son had to endure this big a blowout loss was in high school and he put his son in a different school as a result.
“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,” he wrote. “I Transferred him to Holy Angels. This is the NFL. Humbling embarrassing frustrating angering disappointing painful. What happens when u quit!”