So we have seen Larry Fitzgerald gather lots of national attention and sparkling stories after performing the way he has in the playoffs – gaining more postseason yards than any NFL receiver ever, and that's with a game to go. We've also seen Fitz's signature play twice in the past three game, when he leaps high to pull down a catch among two defenders. He did it on a flea-flicker against Atlanta and then again early in the game against Carolina (he had the flea-flicker pass-back catch against Philadelphia too, although he only had single coverage that time).
My point? No one should be surprised. Sounds obvious, but it's not like Fitzgerald just started making these plays.
In fact, let's go back a little bit of time, to 2004 to be exact. St. Louis. First snap of that season, first official NFL snap for Fitzgerald, an NFL rookie. What happened? Flea-flicker with quarterback Josh McCown, lofting a 37-yard bomb into double-coverage. Fitz leaped to make the catch.
Nothing has changed.