Palmer may be on the downside of his career, but he found himself a great situation, teaming up with Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd. He's a strong backup this year, and he'll get off on the right foot Sunday.
Mendenhall may never reach the heights a lot of people expected of him, but volume can be a running back's best friend. He'll have that volume as Arizona's starter this year.
The most damning statstic for Arizona's quarterbacks last year? Fitzgerald caught just 71 of the 156 passes thrown his way. He'll again be the Fitz we all know in 2013.
Floyd's rookie year was wasted, thanks to the terrible trio of quarterbacks started by the Cardinals in 2012. He's a prime sleeper candidate who will get off to a nice start this season.
Roberts will get squeezed by Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd this season. Stay away from him in fantasy leagues.
The Arizona passing offense will be much improved this year, but sometimes a rising tide doesn't lift all ships. Stay away from Housler.
Feely will certainly enjoy kicking for an offense helmed by Carson Palmer as opposed to Kevin Kolb, John Skelton and Ryan Lindley.
They get overlooked because they're in a division with the 49ers and Seahawks, but the Cardinals have a strong, playmaking defense, as well. They'll show that in a win over the Rams Sunday.
This could be a make-or-break season for Bradford in St. Louis, especially since he has the best arsenal of weapons he has had in his entire career. It'll be a mixed bag on Sunday.
Richardson will start for the Rams this year, but temper your expectations. Zac Stacy will likely get goal-line carries, and Isaiah Pead is expected to have a role when he returns from his one-game suspension.
Rookie Tavon Austin has gotten most of the attention, but Givens is the Rams receiver I want this year.
It'll be interesting to see what the Rams do with Austin now that they'll break out the whole playbook. The track record for rookie receivers is not encouraging, though.
Cook has all the tools of the next generation tight end, though he couldn't really put it together in Tennessee last year. That changes this year, and it all starts against the Cardinals this week.
Greg the Leg may have one of the longest ranges of any kicker in the league, but he won't get a chance to show it off this week.
Like the Cardinals, the Rams get overlooked by virtue of being in the same division as two of the best defenses in the league. They'll get after Carson Palmer and create a couple turnovers this Sunday.
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