WR - ARI
Week 8 Outlook
Arizona Cardinals WR Andy Isabella caught one pass for seven yards in a 37-34 overtime win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Isabella was a non-factor, drawing three targets and pulling in one catch for seven yards. He's now gone four games without a touchdown since his 2 TD outburst in Week 2. Isabella should be treated as a dynasty stash rather than a player to roster in redraft leagues.
Andy Isabella caught 2-of-3 targets for 30 yards in a 30-10 Week 5 win over the Jets.
Isabella was quiet once again in Week 5. Outside of his Week 3 performance against Detroit when he scored two touchdowns, Isabella hasn't managed to do much of anything on offense. He's now averaging just 36.8 yards per game on the season, and has managed to find the end zone twice. As long as DeAndre Hopkins and Christian Kirk are healthy, Isabella belongs on the waiver wire in most leagues.
Andy Isabella caught 2-of-3 targets for just three yards in a Week 4 loss to the Panthers.
Isabella followed up his two-touchdown performance in Week 3 with a dud in Week 4. With Christian Kirk back in the lineup, Isabella saw just three targets and no red zone looks from Kyler Murray. He'll be difficult to start in any given week with DeAndre Hopkins, Kirk, and even Larry Fitzgerald playing ahead of him. The Cardinals travel to New York to take on the Jets in Week 5.
Andy Isabella caught all four of his targets for 47 yards and two touchdowns in a Week 3 loss to the Lions.
Isabella made the most of his increased opportunity in Week 3, catching both of Kyler Murray's touchdowns against the Lions. He saw an increase in snaps as a result of Christian Kirk being out of the lineup. Isabella likely earned himself more playing time even if Kirk comes back in Week 4. The Cardinals take on the Panthers in Carolina next week.
Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters he wants to find a way to give Andy Isabella more playing time in 2020. He said, "I have to do a better job of expanding his role and finding ways to get him on the field and get him utilized.
Kingsbury also added that Isabella "works hard and wants to be great." It sounds like the 23-year-old receiver is earning the respect of his coach and could see an expanded role in the offense as a result. Still, with so many weapons in the Arizona passing game, it certainly won't be easy for the speedster to produce consistently in fantasy. Isabella only caught nine passes across 15 games as a rookie in 2019.