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2020 Fantasy Football Projections: Arizona Cardinals

Updated: September 7, 2020


In addition to viewing our 2020 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2020 fantasy football projections for the Arizona Cardinals.

MORE: Fantasy football projections for all 32 NFL teams

QUARTERBACKS

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDPoints
Kyler Murray540.3353.94025.225.1211.3580.3417.63.61302.21
Winning the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and finishing as fantasy's QB7 in 2019, Murray gave the Cardinals and his fantasy owners a glimmer of hope of what he could become. By adding DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona's receiving corps, Murray's outlook is significantly improved heading into his sophomore campaign.
Brett Hundley37.620.72031.021.326.230.40.0612.96


RUNNING BACKS

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDPoints
Kenyan Drake205.9947.17.7248.9366.82.45192.41
Drake's midseason trade to Arizona erased fantasy owner's frustrations over his usage as most felt that he was under-utilized during his time in Miami. With virtually no time to prepare, Drake rattled off 162 scrimmage yards and a touchdown in his Arizona debut and was one of the most productive backs in the second half of the season. From Week 9 (his debut with the Cardinals) to Week 17, Drake was fantasy's RB4 behind CMC, Derrick Henry and Ezekiel Elliott.
Chase Edmonds703082.4523.6174.60.7167.22
Edmonds played 60 snaps (94%) against the Giants in Week 8 and exploded for 150 YFS and three touchdowns on 29 touches. Missing all of November and playing only 15 offensive snaps in December, the third-year back out of Fordham enters 2020 as Kenyan Drake's primary handcuff.
Eno Benjamin30.9132.90.625360.1521.51

MORE: Arizona Cardinals 53-man roster projections

WIDE RECEIVERS

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDPoints
DeAndre Hopkins88.81172.28.4415.50.01168.47
With 150-plus targets in five consecutive seasons, Hopkins has a league-high 830 over that span and he's second in receptions (504), yards (6,590) and touchdowns (46) since 2015. Even if he doesn't dominate targets to the same degree he did in Houston, Hopkins remains a top-end WR1 heading into 2020 with his new club.
Christian Kirk65.5763.13.9310.387.60.21109.91
Kirk missed three games, but he led the team in targets (8.2), receptions (5.2) and yards (54.5) per game last season. Obviously, the opportunity to build upon those numbers in 2020 takes a huge blow with the addition of DeAndre Hopkins this offseason.
Larry Fitzgerald62.8668.83.6100088.54
Ranking second all-time in receptions and yards, Fitzgerald had 75/804/4 on 109 targets in his age-36 season. Like with Kirk, Fitzgerald will have difficulty matching those numbers with a new alpha receiver in town even though Kyler Murray has said that the team has a chance for three 1,000-yard receivers.
Andy Isabella17.6253.41.416.227.90.0636.95
Keesean Johnson10.7108.10.54140.0114.51
Trent Sherfield8.9112.60.4500013.96


TIGHT ENDS

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDPoints
Dan Arnold24.5323.42.4500047.04
Claimed off waivers from New Orleans in December, Arnold appeared in three games for the Cardinals and closed with 4/76/1 in the final game of the season. There is some potential for a breakout in his first full season with his new team.
Maxx Williams21239.41.4700032.76
Darrell Daniels2.420.40.190003.18

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