<br /> The Arizona Cardinals' 19-16 overtime loss to Buffalo on Sunday afternoon was a horror show of misfires and missed opportunities. But there was at least one minor highlight: Cardinals all-everything receiver Larry Fitzgerald caught six passes for 93 yards, and in doing so topped 10,000 yards for his career. That's an impressive achievement in its own right, as only 36 other receivers in NFL history have crossed the 10K threshold. (Spare a thought for poor Eric Moulds, who fell just five yards short of the mark.) Fitzgerald has an outside chance of breaking into the top 30 by the end of this season. [Also: Redskins could be in big trouble for handling of RG3's concussion ] And speaking of 30: Fitzgerald is part of an even more exclusive club: receivers who have hit the 10,000-yard mark before age 30. Fitzgerald is age 29 years, 44 days. The only other player to tally up so much yardage so early in his career was Randy Moss, who was 28 years, 314 days old when he passed the mark. But it's a shame that Moss isn't around to -- wait, what? Moss is still playing? Huh. How about that. Yes, not only is Moss still playing, he's turning in some solid plays of his own. On the...