Carson Palmer
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Carson Palmer finished Sunday's preseason game 8 of 22 for 103 yards and 2 interceptions. (Source: nfl.com)

Fantasy Impact: This game was a reminder why you don't want to roll with Palmer every week. He still remains a good plug and play guy based on match ups, though. You know that there's a good chance he'll throw an interception or two each week but that's okay. He takes enough shots down field and has enough weapons around him to more than make up for it. His upside outweighs the couple of points he'll lose from interceptions each week. Besides, it's only pre-season.

Category: Game Recaps


Michael Floyd had the stitches removed from his hand two weeks following surgery he had to repair three dislocated fingers. Bruce Arians said he 'wouldn't be shocked' if Floyd plays as early as week 1. (Source: ESPN.com)

Fantasy Impact: Michael Floyd on the field would give Carson Palmer yet another high caliber target. Between Larry Fitzgerald, John Brown, Andre Ellington, Jaron Brown and the emergence of rookies David Johnson and J.J. Nelson, there's no shortage of options for Palmer to throw to. He played well until he got hurt last season, but Palmer still remains a QB2 option with QB1 potential. The good news is that he's going undrafted in most leagues so you can easily get him without reaching.

Category: Injury Updates


The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Can not be counted on to play out a full schedule, but QB2 useful when healthy.
Coach Esser | Sep 2nd
Palmer is also coming off of a major injury and will have to prove to me that he can move in the pocket to stay in this spot as we get closer to draft day. With Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd and John Brown, Palmer should enjoy some big weeks in Arizona.
Breaking Football | Sep 1st
Palmer's knee and age are red flags but he still has the weapons and system to be a top-15 fantasy passer. He's obviously a risky pick, however, and you can't hang your season on him.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
Love Carson Palmer but the only question is his health. On a per game average, I would put him in the top ten for sure. Worth a snag early, just pair him up with someone steady on the back end.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
What a solid back-up QB when he remains healthy, he has a ton of targets and if he stays healthy he will outperform his draft pick, so he is a nice value pick in 2015. Expect over 3,500 yards and nearly 30 TDs out of this back-up fantasy QB.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
His injury risk is high, but he's in an offense that should pass the ball lot and to talented players. If I knew he would last 16 games he would be much higher in my ranks.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 31st
View the original article at FFLockerRoom.comCategories: NFL NFL Injury ReportTags: Arizona CardinalsCarson PalmerFantasy FootballInjury ReportNFL DraftPlayer: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer Injury: torn ACL in Week 10 of 2014 season; subsequently reconstructed Prognosis: Palmer is attempting to bounce back from his second torn left ACL in his professional career. Palmer last i...
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