CB - ARI
Week 12 Outlook
Cardinals DB Patrick Peterson said on a Zoom call Thursday that he and the Cardinals have not had any contract talks to this point.
Peterson enters into the final year of his five-year, $70M deal he signed back in 2015. He told the media he thinks 2020 could be a special year for him and the Cardinals. “I feel I have a lot to prove,” said Peterson. He also said he would love to stay with one team his entire career. He’s played nine seasons in the NFL, all with the Cardinals, racking up 438 tackles and 25 INTs in 138 games played. Peterson will look to prove to the naysayers that at 29 years old he is still one of the best defensive backs in the game.
Patrick Peterson ended Sunday’s 38-24 win over the Browns with seven solo tackles and an interception.
Peterson has 43 tackles, two interceptions, one sack, and a forced fumble through Week 15. He can be left on waivers in most leagues.
Patrick Peterson finished Sunday’s loss to the Saints with six solo tackles and his first interception of the 2019 season.
Since returning post his suspension, Peterson has 13 total tackles and one interception. He is worth rostering in most formats.
Patrick Peterson ended Sunday’s win over the Giants with seven total tackles, one sack, and a forced fumble.
Peterson might be still on waivers and is worth adding in most deeper IDP leagues.
The Cardinals added Patrick Peterson (suspension) to the 53-man roster Saturday.
Peterson's spot on the active roster comes in conjunction with the placement of Brett Toth (illness) on the non-football injury list. He had been suspended the first six games of the season, and he's now set to retake his spot as Arizona's top cornerback. Peterson will give the Cardinals secondary a boost, which has struggled mightily most of the the season.