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Jan 8, 2023 1 7 7 0
Jan 1, 2023 6 61 19 0 6
Dec 25, 2022 3 57 47 0 5
Dec 18, 2022 4 19 9 0 1
Dec 12, 2022 4 34 16 0 3

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2023
2022 67 709 10.58 3 1 1.00 887.3
2021 91 1008 11.08 6 5 5.00 1348.4
3y Avg. 72 829 11.51 6 2 2.00 1187.9
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Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Moves up depth chart

    Brown has moved up the wide receiver depth chart in Arizona after the team released DeAndre Hopkins on Friday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Due to Hopkins' six-game suspension to start last season and injury concerns for both he and Brown thereafter, the pair only suited up for four games together. With Hopkins out of the picture, Brown will kick off his second season with the Cardinals as the team's top wideout, followed by the likes of Rondale Moore, Greg Dortch, Zach Pascal and rookie third-round pick Michael Wilson. Brown also may not be working with Kyler Murray once Week 1 arrives due to the quarterback's recovery from an ACL tear suffered Dec. 12. In eight contests without Hopkins in 2022, Brown put together a 50-553-3 line on 77 targets.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Quiet in season finale

    Brown had one reception on four targets for seven yards in Sunday's 38-13 loss to the 49ers. Brown failed to take advantage of an elevated role sans DeAndre Hopkins (knee), turning in his worst fantasy performance in the final game of the regular season. The 25-year-old got off to a hot start with his new club in 2022, but injuries derailed both his and quarterback Kyler Murray's (knee) seasons. Brown finishes the campaign with a receiving line of 67-709-3 over 12 games played while catching balls from four different quarterbacks. Arizona already extended Brown's option through 2023, so Hollywood's fantasy value next season will be tied to the health and availability of his star quarterback.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Six catches in loss

    Brown recorded six catches on nine targets for 61 yards in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Falcons. Brown didn't see an uptick in opportunity in the absence of DeAndre Hopkins (knee), though he did command at least eight targets for the fourth time in his last five games. Brown was overshadowed by Trey McBride, but he still managed lengthy receptions of 19 and 17 yards. That helped him surpass 60 receiving yards in a game for the first time since Week 6.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: WRs to Sit

    Brown has struggled since DeAndre Hopkins returned from his suspension, and it's tough to trust Brown in the majority of leagues, even with Colt McCoy (concussion) back in Week 17. In four games with Hopkins, Brown has scored 10 PPR points or less in each outing, and he has failed to score a touchdown. We know he was punished in Week 16 against Tampa Bay for missing a team meeting, but he still had six targets against the Buccaneers and finished with three catches for 57 yards. He's at best a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in most leagues against the Falcons.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Solid yardage total in OT loss

    Brown secured three of six targets for 57 yards and rushed once for one yard in the Cardinals' 19-16 overtime loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday night. Brown checked in with the second-highest yardage total on the night through the air for the Cardinals while working with first-time starter Trace McSorley, a development that seemed to cap the speedster's overall numbers more than the groin issue he'd dealt with during the practice week. Most of Brown's production came on an impressive contested 47-yard catch late in the third quarter that set up a field goal, helping him to his best yardage tally since he recorded 68 against the Seahawks back in Week 6. Brown will work with either McSorley or Colt McCoy (concussion) again in a Week 17 road matchup versus the Falcons, which could somewhat dull an otherwise very favorable matchup.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Suiting up in Week 16

    Brown (groin) is active for Sunday's game versus the Buccaneers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. After his addition to the injury report Thursday, Brown wrapped up Week 16 with back-to-back capped sessions due to a groin issue, resulting in a questionable listing ahead of Sunday. It won't stop him from suiting up this weekend, but he'll be working with Trace McSorley under center with Kyler Murray (knee) on IR and Colt McCoy (concussion) unavailable. As such, Brown doesn't have an ideal setup as he looks to build upon the 57-584-3 line on 88 targets that he's put together in nine appearances this season.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: WRs to Sit

    In three games with DeAndre Hopkins since he returned from suspension, Brown has struggled, scoring 10 PPR points or less in each outing, including a combined 12 PPR points in the past two games against New England and Denver. He does have eight targets in each game, which shows the Cardinals are trying to get him the ball, but now he has to contend with Trace McSorely at quarterback since Colt McCoy (concussion) is out in Week 16 against Tampa Bay. I'm still starting Hopkins in the majority of leagues, but this is an easy week to fade Brown if you can. He's barely worth trusting as a low-end starter in three-receiver leagues.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Gets Week 16 questionable tag

    The Cardinals list Brown (groin) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Brown was a mid-week addition to the Cardinals' injury report after he logged a limited practice Thursday before having his reps capped again Friday on account of the groin issue. The receiver's ability to practice in any fashion to close out Week 16 prep is a good sign, but an official word on his status for Sunday's game likely won't arrive until Arizona releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff. If Brown suits up, he'll be on the receiving end of passes from third-string quarterback Trace McSorley, who is picking up his first NFL start with Kyler Murray (knee) on injured reserve and with Colt McCoy (concussion) ruled out for the Week 16 game.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Dealing with groin issue

    Brown (groin) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Brown is a mid-week addition to the Cardinals' injury report, as he's now tending to a groin issue. After spending Weeks 7 through 11 on IR due to a foot injury, he's dealt with health concerns in back-to-back weeks, with an illness impacting his on-field work during Week 15 prep. Brown still was able to suit up this past Sunday at Denver and log a typical 92 percent share of snaps en route to four catches (on eight targets) for 19 yards. In the end, Friday's report will reveal whether or not he goes into the weekend with a designation for Sunday's contest against the Buccaneers.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Struggles in loss

    Brown recorded four receptions on eight targets for 19 yards in Sunday's 24-15 loss to the Broncos. Brown finished second on the team with eight targets, but that was the most noteworthy part of his performance. His longest reception went for only nine yards, and he managed only one reception for three yards across the final two quarters of the game. While Brown was likely hampered by playing with Arizona's second and third-string quarterbacks, he was outgained by three Arizona pass catchers. In three contests since returning from injured reserve, Brown now has 119 total yards and has yet to surpass 50 yards in a single game.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Suiting up in Week 15

    Brown (illness) is active for Sunday's game at Denver, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. After an illness sidelined Brown from Thursday's practice, he returned as a limited participant Friday and went into the weekend with a questionable designation. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported late Saturday that Brown was in line to suit up Week 15, which has come to fruition. Brown will be on the receiving end of passes from Colt McCoy for the rest of the campaign following Kyler Murray's season-ending ACL tear. With four games to go in the regular season, Brown has reeled in 53 of 80 targets for 565 yards and three touchdowns in eight appearances, despite a rotating cast of personnel in Arizona's offense.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Likely available Sunday

    Brown (illness), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos, is expected to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. After sitting out Thursday's practice with the illness, Brown returned to the field Friday as a limited participant. He appears to have made some progress since that time, though the Cardinals won't officially confirm that Brown will suit up until the team releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff. Though Brown's chances of making an impact as a downfield threat could be limited with Colt McCoy taking over at quarterback following Kyler Murray's season-ending knee injury, Brown had already been seeing more work out of the slot since returning to action Week 12 after a five-game stint on injured reserve. While McCoy essentially played the entirety of this past Monday's loss to the Patriots, Brown drew eight targets and finished with four catches for 34 yards.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: WRs to Sit

    We'll see how Brown does without Kyler Murray (ACL), but he's struggled so far in two games with DeAndre Hopkins back from his suspension. In those two outings against the Chargers in Week 12 and Patriots in Week 14, Brown has 16 targets for 10 catches, 80 yards and no touchdowns. We'll see if things change with Colt McCoy under center, but I don't want to use Brown as anything more than a No. 3 receiver in the majority of leagues against the Broncos in Week 15. Denver is No. 2 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers on the season, and Brown feels risky now without Murray and with Hopkins on the field.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Listed as questionable

    Brown (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Denver, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Brown's return to a limited practice Friday puts him on track to avoid the inactive list approximately ahead of a 4:05 ET kickoff Sunday. While not much has gone right in Arizona this year, the Cards at least have a strong WR duo in Brown and DeAndre Hopkins to help out backup QB Colt McCoy. With top cornerback Patrick Surtain likely to shadow Hopkins for at least part of the game, Brown figures to run a lot of his routes lined up across from rookie Damarri Mathis and 31-year-old K'Waun Williams (both have been solid this year, but not on Surtain's level).
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There's too much to worry about with Brown, including the matchup against the Broncos and the quality of targets he'll get from McCoy. He hasn't posted over 10 PPR points since coming back from his injury, which stinks because he was a lock for at least 11 PPR points in each of the first six weeks of the season with Kyler Murray and without DeAndre Hopkins. I'd rather start Elijah Moore, Allen Lazard and Darius Slayton.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Returns from illness

    Brown (illness) returned to practice Friday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Brown missed just one practice and likely will be fine for Sunday's game in Denver. The problems for him this week are a tough Broncos secondary and the presence of backup Colt McCoy under center for Arizona instead of Kyler Murray (ACL).
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Comes down with illness

    Brown was a non-participant at Thursday's practice due to an illness, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. After avoiding the injury report entirely Wednesday, Brown made an appearance one day later. Illnesses can be fickle, with a variety of recovery timelines, so his status will be one to watch closely as the week goes on. If Brown enters the weekend with a designation for Sunday's game at Denver, a 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff allows for less players to pivot to if he ends up inactive.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Four grabs in Week 14 loss

    Brown secured four of eight targets for 34 yards in the Cardinals' 27-13 loss to the Patriots on Monday night. Brown's numbers were naturally affected by the fact Kyler Murray exited the game on the third play of the game with what appears to be a serious knee injury. The speedster's ideal route tree lends itself much better to Murray than veteran quarterback Colt McCoy, who tends to frequently operate in the short and mid-range areas of the field. Brown's catch and yardage totals were his lowest since Week 1, but he'll aim to bounce back irrespective of who's under center in a Week 15 road matchup against the Broncos.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: WRs to Start

    Brown returned from his five-game absence with a foot injury in Week 12 against the Chargers and had six catches for 46 yards on eight targets. That was his first game playing with DeAndre Hopkins, and hopefully Brown does even better with Hopkins after Arizona's bye in Week 13. Brown started the season as the No. 1 receiver for the Cardinals while Hopkins was suspended, and Brown scored at least 12 PPR points in each of his first five healthy games this season as the top target. I expect him to perform like a quality No. 2 Fantasy receiver in all leagues against the Patriots, who have allowed a pair of receivers to score in each of the past two games against Minnesota in Week 12 (Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen) and Buffalo in Week 13 (Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis). Look for Hopkins and Brown to follow suit in Week 14.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Six catches in return

    Brown recorded six receptions on eight targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Chargers. Brown returned to action for the first time since Week 6 and immediately led Arizona in targets and receptions. His yardage total was held in check as he worked in short areas of the field. That limited him to only 5.8 yards per target while his longest reception of the day went for 13 yards. The Cardinals will now head into their Week 13 bye, though Brown should be back at near full strength by the time the team takes on New England in Week 14.
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