The Arizona Cardinals certainly had some polarizing fantasy options this year. Some were great, and others disappointed.
Let’s face it, there is a good chunk of you who are reading this have at least one fantasy football team. For the first time in a few years, the Cardinals had some notable picks early in drafts, led by Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins. The running back situation was hotly debated all year, while the defense was a late bloomer, and kicker Zane Gonzalez self-destructed. With most leagues over by now, we’re going to get a fantasy recap based on QB/WR/TE/K/DEF. A quick fantasy recap of their year, 2021 expectations, and if you can actually count on them to be on your squad come next season.
Of course these predictions could change based off of draft picks and free agency moves. If a player is more of a fit for PPR leagues, then I will include it in their predictions as appropriate. Otherwise the view will be from a standard scoring format (4 point passing/rec TD, 6 point rushing, etc.).
While I am no fantasy expert, I do know what Cardinals you should have an eye on for next year. The one thing that affects Cardinals fantasy players is highs and lows of consistency. When it hits this team it sticks around, which makes for some wishful thinking throughout the year. In addition, we have to wait until April for the 2021 schedule to be released- just another way the NFL will affect how well they perform. We start with the quarterback position for our fantasy recap.