4 – Robbie Anderson
Anderson was likely the worst move the Arizona Cardinals made all season. He flamed out with the Carolina Panthers, but on paper, he looked like yet another steal in the trade department. Unfortunately, Anderson was so obscure that it was easy to forget he was part of the team.
During his 10 games with the Cardinals, he caught seven passes on 17 targets, had 76 receiving yards, and zero touchdowns. By contrast, Anderson had 13 catches on 27 targets, 206 yards, and a touchdown during his six games with the Carolina Panthers before they dealt him to Arizona.
Overall, Anderson was an ill-fated pickup. And even if the Cardinals trade DeAndre Hopkins, which will leave a gaping hole at the unit, look for the Redbirds to cut Anderson sometime this offseason. If he happens to make it to training camp, expect him to be an early cut.
Anderson was supposed to be, at worst, a sound #3 target. Instead, even undersized products like Greg Dortch and Rondale Moore proved to be far better options.