TE - FA
Week 17 Outlook
Cardinals tight end Ifeanyi Momah caught one pass for 46 yards in the team's win over the Colts.
Momah was targeted twice. He saw more time on the field after Jermaine Gresham sat the game out. He has little to zero fantasy appeal moving forward.
Cardinals tight end Ifeanyi Momah reeled in three receptions for 33 yards in Friday's preseason opener.
Two of Momah's receptions came on the same drive, as Matt Barkley used him as a safety blanket on a late first half drive. At 6'7, Momah offers a huge target, but Bruce Arians does not favour using tight ends in the passing game unless absolutely necessary.
Tight end Ifeanyi Momah looks set to remain with the Cardinals in 2016, as the Exclusive Rights free agent has been tendered by the team.
The level of tender is not known. Momah impressed last preseason in his first year as a tight end (he was previously a wide receiver) but tore his meniscus and landed on Injured Reserve. He'll compete for a roster spot, but his fantasy value is limited.
Cardinals tight end Ifeanyi Momah has suffered a torn meniscus, and requires surgery.
The Cardinals tight end spot appears to be cursed. Momah is likely heading to IR, ending his season. Jermaine Gresham is likely to be the lead tight end, but given his injury past and the Cards offensive scheme, there is little fantasy appeal here.
Ifeanyi Momah survived final cuts to make the 53 man roster in Arizona.
Momah is joined in the tight ends group by Daniel Fells, Troy Niklas and Jermaine Gresham. There is not a lot of upside for any of the group, especially in a Bruce Arians offense.