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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2020 Rest of Season Rankings
DeAndre Hopkins Note
DeAndre Hopkins photo 9. DeAndre Hopkins WR - (at LAR)
Other than in Week 4 when Hopkins was battling an ankle injury, he has been everything his fantasy managers could have hoped for thus far. He has at least 137 yards or a touchdown in all four of his other games, and is getting an enormous target share each and every week. If he's not the top receiver on your board rest of season, he shouldn't be lower than second.
1 week ago
Kenyan Drake Note
Kenyan Drake photo 32. Kenyan Drake RB - (at LAR)
Drake hasn't been quite as dominant as expected in the early going of the season, with the Cardinals leaning into the pass a bit more than expected and Kyler Murray stealing some rushing touchdowns. But Drake's floor is high given hi workload, and in the right matchup, he should still put up big numbers. Expect him to perform as a strong RB2 for the rest of the season.
3 weeks ago
Kyler Murray Note
Kyler Murray photo 75. Kyler Murray QB - (at LAR)
Murray hasn't been great as a passer thus far, with four touchdowns to five interceptions, but he's more than made up for it with his legs. With 187 yards rushing and four touchdowns already, Murray's floor is exceedingly high, and he should be viewed as no worse than a top-6 option at quarterback.
3 weeks ago
Chase Edmonds Note
Chase Edmonds photo 87. Chase Edmonds RB - (at LAR)
Edmonds enters the season in a familiar spot - as a fairly decent handcuff who could have enormous value (such as in Week 7 against the Giants last year) if the starter gets injured. Absent an injury to Kenyan Drake, Edmonds should see only a handful of touches per game and provide little fantasy value. If Drake does get injured, however, Edmonds has the chance to excel, given the Cardinals' addition of DeAndre Hopkins likely opening up running lanes, along with another year of growth from Kyler Murray. He's worth drafting as a handcuff in deeper formats.
6 weeks ago
Christian Kirk Note
Christian Kirk photo 137. Christian Kirk WR - (at LAR)
Kirk will miss at least Week 3 with a groin injury. He hasn't been heavily involved with the offense even when healthy, so fantasy managers aren't missing much. Kirk is droppable, though there's no shame in continuing to roster him for now to see how the Cardinals offense develops over time.
4 weeks ago
Zane Gonzalez Note
Zane Gonzalez photo 182. Zane Gonzalez K - (at LAR)
Gonzalez finished as the fifth-best kicker in fantasy last year, buoyed by his 35 attempts. He also hit nearly 89% of his chances, a number inflated by the fact that the vast majority of his chances (25) came inside 40 yards. The Cardinals should have a strong offense this season, again offering Gonzalez plenty of opportunities and the chance to finish as a top-12 kicker in fantasy.
6 weeks ago
Larry Fitzgerald Note
Larry Fitzgerald photo 254. Larry Fitzgerald WR - (at LAR)
Andy Isabella Note
Andy Isabella photo 267. Andy Isabella WR - (at LAR)
Isabella caught two touchdown passes in Week 3 against the Lions, but his long-term viability as a fantasy play is still questionable, considering Christian Kirk was out. He's someone to roster on your bench, but don't feel comfortable starting him until or unless you see another big game.
3 weeks ago
Arizona Cardinals Note
Arizona Cardinals photo 271. Arizona Cardinals DST - (at LAR)