WR - ARI
Week 3 Outlook
Despite the Arizona Cardinals' heartbreaking 31-28 loss to the New York Giants, Marquise Brown put on a show in Week 2.
The 26-year-old wide receiver was targeted 10 times, hauling in 6 receptions for 54 yards and a touchdown. Brown's performance was highlighted by a 22-yard catch and run in the second quarter, and a crucial three-yard touchdown grab in the third. His consistent involvement in the Cardinals' passing game is encouraging for fantasy managers, as he's now seen 15 targets through the first two weeks of the season. Currently ranked as WR24 for the week and WR29 for the season, Brown will look to continue his upward trajectory next week against the Dallas Cowboys. Despite the loss, Brown's Week 2 performance should give fantasy managers confidence in his ability to produce moving forward.
Marquise Brown caught three passes for 28 yards on Sunday against the Commanders.
It was a poor afternoon for the entire Cardinals offense. As long as Kyler Murray is sidelined, Brown is a big play dependent WR3 at best for fantasy managers moving forward.
Marquise Brown (hamstring) is officially active for Week 1 against the Commanders.
Brown was initially listed on the team's injury report because of a minor hamstring injury that he was nursing, but it's a minor issue and he will be active for Sunday's game. He'll be the clear top target for this team, but it remains to be seen if that will convert to fantasy value with Joshua Dobbs being the presumptive starter at quarterback against a stout Washington defense.
Marquise Brown (hamstring) is expected to play in Arizona's Week 1 matchup against the Washington Commanders.
A hamstring injury left Brown with an injury designation for Sunday's game, but it isn't a serious issue and the team is expected to start him against the Commanders. He'll easily be the team's top receiving option in their season opener, but with Joshua Dobbs being the expected starter at quarterback, it's hard to get excited playing him against an above-average Washington defense.
The Arizona Cardinals are listing WR Marquise Brown as questionable for Week 1 of the regular season.
Hollywood was limited in practice all week with a hamstring injury, and his involvement during the preseason and offseason has been mired by injury and rehab. The Cardinals have not officially named a starter, but reports from NFL Network said QB Joshua Dobbsis expected to be under center. Regardless of who plays QB, Brown will be a welcomed member of an otherwise unproven WR room, if he plays.