Found August 24, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
PLAYERS: Todd Heap
TEAMS: Arizona Cardinals
Oft-injured Cardinals tight end Todd Heap left Thursday's game with an undisclosed injury, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.Fantasy Spin:Though Heap still is talented, there are too many other options at the position who can stay on the field to still be playing Heap in fantasy lineups. He caught 24 balls for 283 yards last season in 10 games.

Cards back at square one in QB competition

Thursdays game in Tennessee was supposed to be a coronation for Cardinals quarterback John Skelton. He had played less poorly than Kevin Kolb through three preseason games, earning him the lesser-of-two-evils tag in this infamous and inglorious race for the starting role. But the sad reality of Arizonas quarterback competition is that with one touchdown drive, you can regain the...

Arizona coach not quite ready to name starting QB

Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt says he's not quite ready to name a starting quarterback but indicates a decision could come soon. Speaking at his usual day-after news conference on Friday, Whisenhunt said he would think about it over the weekend and when he's asked about it again early next week, he should have more information. John Skelton and Kevin Kolb have...

Cardinals put T Brown on IR

The Arizona Cardinals placed starting left tackle Levi Brown on injured reserve with a torn biceps, according to NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk. Arizona also made 12 cuts on Friday to trim its roster to 75 players. The deadline to do so is Monday. Brown's loss is huge for the Cardinals, who have not decided who will start at quarterback. Kevin Kolb and John Skelton are...

Beanie Wells Looks Fine in 2012 Preseason Debut

Cardinals running back Beanie Wells (knee) made his 2012 preseason debut Thursday against Tennessee, rushing for 12 yards on six carries. More importantly, he looked fine.Fantasy Spin:Wells should be the Cardinals' opening day starter, but backup Ryan Williams figures to get more work than any backup did last season, making it less likely that Wells reaches last season's...

Arizona Fans Wishing Peyton Manning Would Have Chosen Them

After last night's debacle on offense, the Arizona Cardinal faithful have to be disgruntled for not landing Peyton Manning during the offseason.Through their four preseason games, the Cardinals have gone 1-3 and the offensive line has looked awful at times.  Kevin Kolb and John Skelton have combined for 5 INT's, 8 Sacks, and only 2 scores.  They've also combined for...

2012 Arizona Cardinals Final 53

2012 Arizona Cardinals Final 53.   By Eric Judd @ericjuddTSHQ     A quick guess, with analysis, as to the Final 53 in Arizona.   QB (3)   John Skelton Kevin Kolb Ryan Lindley   While the starter is a constant source of debate, the top 3 (in no particular order) is quite easy. Skelton gives the team the best chance to win, and will end up the starter. Kolb will only be given...

Big Red Blog: Kolb back on top?

Kevin Kolb didn’t wow anyone Thursday night against the Titans, but he was better than John Skelton.

Kevin Kolb Meets Pee Wee Herman

Form Philadelphia Eagle QB, Kevin Kolb gets Face Moshed! Ever wonder what Kevin Kolb would look like if he was birthed by the parents of Pee Wee Herman? Well here it is!  

Larry Fitzgerald praises Roddy White for his great catch

AP Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald praised Falcons wide receiver Roddy White for his great catch during Friday night’s preseason game against the Dolphins. @roddywhitetv That catch last night was nasty. You all look unstoppable on offense & I bet you all aren’t even game planning for teams yet. — Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) August 25, 2012 White...

PRACTICE REPORT: Leach pegs new starter on OL

PULLMAN – The Cougs suited up under the lights Friday night for a quick run-through. But brief or not, Mike Leach showed that the Cougars’ starting lineup can always change and made a move up front -- as well as announcing a “rough” idea of what the starting lineup looks like on offense with just under a week to go before the opener against BYU. The game captains were also named.

Fantasy Flatliners: Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals are just a big hot mess when it comes to fantasy football. Despite having a Pro Bowl wide receiver in Larry Fitzgerald, it’s time to cut bait on the Cardinals and avoid them all with Fitzy being the lone exception. The quarterback situation is a quagmire. Kevin Kolb has the big contract and came in the big trade for cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie two...

Mariani breaks left leg on punt return

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee returner Marc Mariani has broken his left leg at the end of a punt return in the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals. Replay showed his leg snapping near the calf as he went to the ground at the end of 14-yard return with 9:40 left in the first quarter Thursday night. He remained on the ground for several minutes as a team doctor put an...

Leach: Tuel would start if opener were today

IT WAS A reflection session. With Washington State opening its season at 7:15 p.m. Thursday (TV: ESPN) at Brigham Young, coach Mike Leach’s alma mater, he fielded questions ranging from meeting his wife to the impact legendary coach Lavell Edwards made on him during his time in Provo, Utah. Leach also discussed the quarterback situation and much more during his Saturday teleconference.

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