Russell Wilson and Dak Prescott combined for nine TDs last week. On Sunday, they face off in a game that could yield a fantasy football bonanza.
by: DORIAN COLBERT — The Washington Times 9h
It was a tough Week 2 for a lot of fantasy teams with the number injuries that occurred all across the league, but it’s a new week and a new opportunity. These are the favorite running back and wide r
Trade analyzer for three fantasy football RBs: One to target, one to deal, and one to hold after the rash of injuries
by: 4for4 — Yahoo Sports: Shutdown Corner 11h
Here are three running backs — one to trade, one to hold, and one to trade for — as we head into Week 3 of the fantasy football season.
by: Jess Root — USA Today: Cards Wire 15h
The Cardinals made a couple of changes to the depth chart this week.
by: Reuben Gasee — Fansided: SideLion Report 18h
The Detroit Lions now face the Cardinals again, their Week 1 opponent from 2019 The Detroit Lions' upcoming matchup against the up-and-coming Arizona Card...
by: Ian Hartitz — Pro Football Focus 18h
PFF's Ian Hartitz breaks down every NFL backfield for fantasy football ahead of Week 3 with notes on running back DFS strategy.
by: Josh Weinfuss, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN: NFC West Blog 20h
The Arizona Cardinals' second-year quarterback is becoming more and more assertive every day, but he maintains a do-the-work mentality.
by: Jess Root — USA Today: Cards Wire 23 Sep
See what the offensive playing time looked like for the Cardinals in Week 2.
by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 22 Sep
The Arizona Cardinals have released their depth chart heading into the third game of the season against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
by: Vincent Verhei — Football Outsiders 22 Sep
Buffalo's Josh Allen has been stunningly good this season. Philadelphia's Carson Wentz has been shockingly bad. We put their starts into perspective and try to predict how they'll do the rest of the season. Plus the best passers, runners, and...
by: Katherine Fitzgerald, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 22 Sep
Kliff Kingsbury often talks about his need to get players in rhythm. It dictates how he coaches, especially at the start of each Cardinals game.