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This Week Outlook
Dan Arnold caught 3-of-5 targets for 54 yards in a Week 15 win over the Eagles.
Arnold still just played 39% of the snaps, but saw another five targets in this game. He's now averaging 3.8 targets in his last four games and has found the end zone three times in that span. He's become a low-end TE2 as Murray has looked his way more often, especially down in the red zone, more often than he was early in the season. He'll get the Cardinals in Week 16.
Dan Arnold caught 2-of-4 targets for 27 yards and a touchdown as the Cardinals cruise past the Giants 26-7 in Week 14.
Despite never seeing more than four targets in a game this season, Arnold now has three touchdowns in his last two games. At 6-foot-6, he continues getting red zone looks from Kyler Murray and thus might be a trustworthy option at this point at the tight end position. He’s still just playing on about a third of the total snaps, but if he’s scoring, he becomes a valuable asset. Consider Arnold a low-end TE2 when the Cardinals take on the Eagles in Week 15, just be aware that you’re likely banking on a touchdown for him to return value.
Dan Arnold caught 2-of-3 targets for 61 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-28 loss to the Rams in Week 13.
Arnold played on a season-low 15% of the snaps, but somehow caught two of Kyler Murray’s three touchdowns. Consider today more of an anomaly, and don’t overspend for Arnold on the waiver wire ahead of Week 14.
Dan Arnold caught just 1-of-3 targets for 17 yards against the Patriots in Week 12.
Arnold has yet to eclipse four catches or 40 yards in any one game this season and can be left on the waiver wire in all leagues.
Dan Arnold catches 4-of-4 targets for 39 yards in a 31-21 loss to the Panthers in Week 4.
Arnold has yet to see more than four targets in any one game this season. He also has yet to score a touchdown. Arnold isn't rosterable at this point until he becomes more involved in the offense. The Cardinals will travel to New York to take on the Jets in Week 5.