WR - ARI
Week 12 Outlook
Robbie Anderson was on the field for 33 snaps in Arizona's blowout loss to San Francisco in Mexico City but was not involved in the offense.
Anderson ran the fourth-most routes among Cardinals' wideouts in Week 11, even after Rondale Moore left with an injury early. Since being traded, he has not produced and can be dropped in pretty much all formats.
Robbie Anderson caught one of three targets for negative four yards in the Cardinals' 31-21 loss to the Seahawks in Week 9.
Anderson was the clear third receiver on Sunday, playing 50 snaps. Greg Dortch and A.J. Green combined for only five. Unfortunately, the chemistry isn't there yet with Kyler Murray. Anderson should be on the waiver wire in most leagues until he shows fantasy relevance with his new team.
Robbie Anderson played only seven snaps and did not catch any of his three targets in the Cardinals' loss to the Vikings on Sunday.
Anderson has made no impact on his new team so far, playing only 18 snaps in his two games since joining Arizona. Perhaps his usage will increase, but he was fifth in snaps among the Cardinals' wideouts on Sunday. If you are still holding onto Anderson, feel free to move on.
Robbie Anderson did not catch a pass and was targeted only once in his Cardinals debut Thursday night. Anderson played only 11 snaps in the game.
It's not a surprise that Anderson did little, given his quick turnaround. He'll contribute more in Week 8 with ten more days to learn the playbook. However, Anderson's fantasy value remains low, as he has a lot of competition for touches on his new team.
Kliff Kingsbury said if Robbie Anderson plays Thursday “it will be very limited.”
Kinsbury wants Anderson to have a comfort level in his first snaps with Cardinals. After just being traded to Arizona on Monday, he will only have been with the team for a few days by the time the Cardinals play on Thursday against the Saints. He will be a high upside/low floor WR4 once he gets acclimated to the offense.