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Top Cardinals News

  • Cardinals' J.J. Watt: Records another sack Sunday

    Watt posted one sack during Sunday's 20-12 defeat to the Rams.

    The sack was Watt's only contribution in the box score Week 3, but the 10-yard loss eventually led to a Riley Dixon punt two plays later. Watt now has a sack in both appearances this season but otherwise has just one more tackle and a pass defense on his ledger. He may be sack-dependent at this point in his career, making him a hit-or-miss option in IDP leagues.

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  • Cardinals' Jalen Thompson: Recovers fumble in Week 3

    Thompson compiled seven tackles, one quarterback hit and one fumble recovery during Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams.

    Thompson sits one behind Budda Baker for the team lead in tackles, 26-27, and the former's fumble recovery Sunday was the direct result of the latter forcing the ball out of L.A. running back Cam Akers' hands. Thompson and Baker thus are the safest IDP plays for the Cardinals on a weekly basis, with both on pace for 145-plus tackles for a 17-game slate.

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  • Cardinals' Budda Baker: Logs eight more tackles Sunday

    Baker recorded eight tackles and a forced fumble during Sunday's 20-12 defeat to the Rams.

    Baker (27 tackles) and fellow safety Jalen Thompson (26) continue to pace the Cardinals in stops, and Baker's forced fumble of Rams running back Cam Akers was recovered by Thompson. Baker and Thompson thus are the safest lineup plays in IDP formats on a weekly basis, with both on pace for 145-plus tackles for a 17-game slate.

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  • Cardinals' Andy Isabella: One more catch in Week 3

    Isabella gathered in one of two targets for 11 yards during Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams.

    Isabella came out of the season opener with a back injury that sidelined him Week 2. He managed full practices during Week 3 prep and was able to log 39 percent of the offensive snaps in a receiving corps that was without DeAndre Hopkins (suspension), Antoine Wesley (hip, IR) and Rondale Moore (hamstring), while A.J. Green (knee) made an early departure Sunday. There's a chance Moore and Green are available this Sunday at Carolina, but if not Isabella again could factor into the Cardinals' passing game behind Marquise Brown, Zach Ertz and Greg Dortch.

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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Notches seven touches Sunday

    Benjamin tallied five carries for 16 yards and two catches (on four targets) for seven yards during Sunday's 20-12 defeat to the Rams.

    After James Conner injured his ankle Week 2, there was a question who among Benjamin and Darrel Williams would benefit if Conner was limited or out Week 3. Conner ended up playing and logged a typical 60 percent of the snaps on offense on his way to 16 touches for 57 yards. Meanwhile, Benjamin rang in second in offensive snap share (27 percent) and touches in the Cardinals backfield, and Williams was a distant third in both categories (17 percent, one touch). As a result, Benjamin appears safe as the No. 2 RB in Arizona as long as Conner is healthy, considering he's averaging 8.3 touches per game this season.

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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Just one touch in Week 3

    Williams had one carry for seven yards and didn't haul in his only target during Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams.

    In the wake of James Conner hurting his ankle Week 2, there was a belief Williams would be the beneficiary out of the Cardinals backfield if the former was limited or out Week 3. But Conner ended up playing his typical 60 percent of the offensive snaps en route to 16 touches for 57 yards, while Williams logged 17 percent (and one touch) and Eno Benjamin managed 27 percent (and seven touches for 23 yards). There has been no word of an aggravation of Conner's issue, so Williams appears as if he's currently third on the RB depth chart in Arizona.

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  • Cardinals' Matt Prater: Hits double figures

    Prater made all four of his field-goal attempts but didn't have any extra-point tries in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams.

    Prater converted from 23, 43, 49 and 31 yards, resulting in a 12-point outing after scoring just one point in both of the first two weeks.

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  • Cardinals' Justin Pugh: Dealing with minor injury

    Pugh (elbow) is considered day-to-day according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury, Howard Balzer of SI.com reports.

    Pugh missed 11 snaps in the team's 20-12 loss to the Rams on Sunday due to the injury. Although he was able to return to action, the left guard is still not 100 percent. He's considered questionable for Sunday against the Panthers.

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  • Cardinals' Zaven Collins: Shoulder injury not serious

    Collins suffered only a minor shoulder injury in the Cardinals' 20-12 loss to the Rams on Sunday per head coach Kliff Kingsbury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    Collins suffered the injury in the second half of the loss and was unable to return. However, barring any setbacks, it appears Collins should be able to suit up Sunday when the Cardinals battle the Panthers.

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  • Cardinals' Rashard Lawrence: Undergoes surgery

    Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury said that Lawrence underwent hand surgery that will force him to miss some time, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports.

    Lawrence suffered a hand injury during Sunday's loss to the Rams, and this issue apparently required a follow-up procedure Monday. The third-year defensive lineman recorded four tackles while playing 74 defensive snaps over the Cardinals' first three games. With Lawrence now sidelined for an unspecified period of time, Leki Fotu, who has tallied four tackles over 69 defensive snaps and 19 special-teams snaps this season, will serve as the Cardinals' primary nose tackle.

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  • Cardinals' A.J. Green: Diagnosed with bone bruise

    Green has a bone bruise in his knee and could miss at least one week, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    Green missed some time on the Cardinals' second drive of a Week 3 loss to the Rams and was seen with his left knee in a wrap before returning to the field. Later, in the third quarter, he recorded a drop and landed awkwardly at the end of the play, again grabbing at his left knee. Green went to the locker room at that point and didn't return, ending the contest with no catches on two targets. The veteran wideout hasn't been ruled out for Week 4 yet, but there doesn't appear to be much optimism surrounding his status.

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  • Cardinals' Zach Ertz: Does little with big volume

    Ertz caught six of 10 targets for 45 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams.

    Three different Cardinals saw double-digit targets as Kyler Murray set new career highs in attempts and completions, but Ertz was by far the least productive of the trio. His day would have looked a lot better had he been able to haul in a five-yard TD pass from Murray just before halftime, but the ball glanced off his hands. Ertz's 25 targets through three games is second among all tight ends behind Mark Andrews, which should at least give him a solid fantasy floor heading into a Week 4 clash with the Panthers.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 105.3
(17th)
265.3
(11th)
353.3
(15th)
Def. 102.7
(11th)
287.0
(27th)
383.7
(23rd)

Injuries

Player Injury
R. Moore WR Rondale Moore WR Hamstring
Z. Collins ILB Zaven Collins ILB Shoulder
A. Green WR A.J. Green WR Knee
J. Pugh OG Justin Pugh OG Elbow
R. Lawrence NT Rashard Lawrence NT Hand

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