The Cardinals should know Golladay pretty well by now. In his first NFL game in 2017, in the season opener, Golladay had a nice afternoon in his rookie debut.
Golladay caught four passes for 69-yards that afternoon, including two touchdowns. One of those touchdowns went for 45-yards.
He only ended up with 28 receptions that season and three total touchdowns, so he didn’t do much after the Cardinals were beat by him. However 2018 was a much different story.
He caught 70 passes last season for 1,063-yards and five touchdowns. Golladay was kept in check his second go around against the Cardinals last December. He only had two receptions for five yards.
Golladay now though is the Lions number one receiver. He should get a lot of attention from the Cardinals defense. With the Cardinals being depleted a bit at cornerback, it could be a big day for Golloday in Glendale.