No. 4: Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald
Veteran wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is a Hall of Famer in the twilight of his career. His career work both against the 49ers, like when he caught a game-winning touchdown last year, and against the entire league puts him on this list.
When a player is that talented and has played that well, no team can ever underestimate him.
That said, Fitzgerald has had two poor showings in a row, catching three balls for only 20 yards. His snap count has also reduced from 95 percent at the beginning of the year to the 75 to 80 percent range now.
While the Cardinals have other receivers, like Christian Kirk who can make a dent, the 49ers need to continue the trend and take No. 11 out of the game.
If they can do so, they made it a lot easier to walk away with a victory.