Beanie Wells is seeing more carries in Week 5, but it’s not equaling more fantasy production.
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One member of the Cardinals not worried about a budding quarterback controversy is Beanie Wells. He has his own situation on his mind.
Cardinals RB Beanie Wells had a minor scope on his knee according to Darren Urban of the team’s official site (via Twitter).
Posted: Friday, September 24th, 2010 | Craig Ellenport Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Antonio Gates, Bill Walsh, Brett Favre, Chad Henne, Drew Bledsoe, LaDainian Tomlinson, Marv Levy, Matt Ryan, Michael Vick, Ottis Anderson, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Roddy White, Shannon Sharpe, Terrell Owens, Tim Hightower, Tony Romo
Want to impress your pals when you gather to watch the Week 3 action Sunday? As we pored through the voluminous stack of notes prepared this week by the crack NFL Network staff for the NFL GameDay Morning crew to use, we pulled out a few nuggets you can use as fun facts or tough trivia:
Beanie Wells is expected to be back in Week 3, but he’ll be a risky option for fantasy owners.
Stop me if you have heard this one before — RB Beanie Wells expects to play on Sunday. Of course he does. Even coach Ken Whisenhunt is getting tired of repeating the same refrain over the past couple of weeks.
Posted: Friday, September 17th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Beanie Wells, Clinton Portis, Darrelle Revis, Darren McFadden, Dez Bryant, Donovan McNabb, Jake Delhomme, Julius Pepper, Kevin Kolb, Kyle Kosier, LaRod Stephens-Howling, Marc Colombo, Matt Moore, Max Starks, Michael Bush, Miles Austin, Randy Moss, Seneca Wallace, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Tim Hightower, Todd Heap
The Cowboys offensive line will get a boost with the return of linemen Marc Colombo and Kyle Kosier. And not a moment too soon, facing Bears DE Julius Peppers this week, too.
Beanie Wells is out of action, so Tim Hightower becomes a great start in fantasy leagues.
Posted: Friday, September 10th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Arian Foster, Arizona Cardinals, Beanie Wells, Chris Cooley, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, Derek Anderson, Donovan McNabb, Joseph Addai, Knowshon Moreno, LeSean McCoy, Michael Bush, Mike Bell, Tim Hightower
Anxiety Friday is here. The day when injury reports are turned in and we get a better feel for the players who will or will not make an impact over the weekend.
How are you all enjoying the post-Kurt Warner era in Arizona? Starting to look like the pre-Kurt Warner era in Arizona, right?
The person most likely to benefit from Kurt Warner’s retirement figured to be RB Beanie Wells because when your choices are Matt Leinart and Derek Anderson, running the ball seems like an attractive option.
NFL Senior Columnist Vic Carucci pointed out in his Tuesday Huddle that many would be clamoring for Kurt Warner — the Kurt Warner Machine if you will — to come out of retirement to save the Cardinals franchise. Or your fantasy team.
Posted: Friday, August 13th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: A.J. Feeley, Adam Rank, Arian Foster, Arizona Cardinals, Beanie Wells, Brandon Marshall, Brandon Pettigrew, Brett Favre, Chad Henne, Charlie Whitehurst, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Davone Bess, Detroit Lions, Gary Kubiak, Green Bay Packers, Greg Olsen, Houston Texans, Jahvid Best, Jay Cutler, Justin Forsett, Malcom Floyd, Matt Forte, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Leinart, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, Montario Hardesty, Philip Rivers, Pittsrugh Steelers, Ryan Mathews, Sam Bradford, San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tarvaris Jackson, Tennessee Titans, Tim Hightower
This is the first Saturday in a long time that had some football. Who else is ready for this?
Owners should expect Beanie Wells to see a greater role in the Cardinals offense next season, not to mention an increase in fantasy value.
The addition of Derek Anderson won’t hurt the fantasy value of Matt Leinart heading into next season.