There's no doubt that Larry Fitzgerald will be one of the first receivers drafted in all fantasy leagues Anquan Boldin will not be far behind. There are quite a few others in Arizona who should have fantasy value. Here are the draft tier ratings for the Cardinals offense in this fantasy depth chart summary.
ARIZONA CARDINALS FANTASY DEPTH CHART
PTR = Position Tier Rank. This is the tier level where the player should be slotted in drafts.
1 = Elite Player.
2 = Solid Performer
3 = Backend starter/Bench fill-in
4 = Roster filler or long-term prospect
0 = No value
ITR = In The Rotation
PB = Position Battle
S = Starter
Matt Leinart – S 2
Kurt Warner – ITR 3
Summary: Despite throwing for over 3,400 yards and 27 TD passes in less than 11 games as the full time starter, Warner will start the season as the backup to Leinart. The pressure is on Leinart now to lead an offense with multiple weapons, as Coach Ken Whisenhunt is counting on him to make a big improvement in year three. Warner, however is not completely out of the equation in being a contributor in the red zone, as he was last season before Leinart’s season ending collarbone injury. Despite this situation having a lack of clarity, Leinart is a worthwhile risk to take once the first tier of QBs are gone.