Win. Your. League.

Receive 3 Free Downloads More Details

RB David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals

HT: 6-1, WT: 224, Born: 12-16-1991, College: Northern Iowa, Drafted: Round 3

Outlook  •  Career Statistics  •  Game Logs  •  Split Stats  •  Play-by-play  •  Latest News

2014 Projections


Footballguys Articles

Player Spotlight: Andre Ellington
  Phil Alexander - July 1
Projecting Ownership Percentage: DraftKings Week 13
  Phil Alexander - December 4
Projecting Ownership Percentage: DraftKings Week 15
  Phil Alexander - December 14
Projecting Ownership Percentage: DraftKings Week 16
  Phil Alexander - December 26
Beware the Preseason Hype
  Alessandro Miglio - August 31
FanDuel GPP Plays: Championship Edition
  Justin Bonnema - January 20
FanDuel GPP Plays: Divisional Round
  Justin Bonnema - January 14
The Contrarian: FanDuel Week 2
  Justin Bonnema - September 18
The Fade: FanDuel Week 16
  Justin Bonnema - December 24
Combined Rookie Draft Board 2.0
  Jene Bramel - July 5

Articles from around the web

Top 12 Fantasy Rookies Worth Watching
  David Dorey - May 3
Fantasy value of 2015 draft picks
  Christopher Harris - May 4
Fantasy Football: Instant Impact Performers
  Kyle Robert - May 5
Dynasty Rookie Rankings
  Evan Silva - May 11
Fantasy Rookie Reviews: Running Backs
  John Tuvey - May 11
2015 Rookie Preview
  Todd Latzke - May 18
11 Undervalued Rookie RBs and WRs
  Jeff Ratcliffe - May 20
NFL Transactions Tracker
  Nick Mensio - May 27
Point break, Spiller, others, to lead PPR charge at RB
  Brad Evans - June 4
Ryan Mathews, Giovani Bernard tops among NFL's best No. 2 backs of 2015
  James Brady - June 5

Latest News

Cardinals | David Johnson with lofty goals (Thu May 17, 10:54 AM) - Arizona Cardinals RB David Johnson (wrist) said his wrist feels great, and he's aiming for 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards.

Our View: Only two backs in NFL history (Roger Craig, Marshall Faulk) are members of the 1,000/1,000-club. Johnson certainly could be the next in line. With Mike McCoy running the Cardinals offense in 2018, we should see Johnson get plenty of work as a runner and receiver out of the backfield. With Sam Bradford (or rookie Josh Rosen) starting at quarterback, Johnson makes for a great relief-valve target. Fantasy owners can trust him as one of the top picks off the board in any draft/any format.
link to story   

2014 Schedule

1 San Diego Chargers
2at New York Giants
3 San Francisco 49ers
Bye week
5at Denver Broncos
6 Washington Redskins
7at Oakland Raiders
8 Philadelphia Eagles
9at Dallas Cowboys
10 St. Louis Rams
11 Detroit Lions
12at Seattle Seahawks
13at Atlanta Falcons
14 Kansas City Chiefs
15at St. Louis Rams
16 Seattle Seahawks
17at San Francisco 49ers
18at Carolina Panthers