TE Ifeanyi Momah - Arizona Cardinals
|6-7, 255||Born: 10-23-1989||College: Boston College||Drafted: ---|
Week 12: vs Jacksonville Jaguars
FBG says: Bad matchup. The Cardinals passing offense had a new face under center last week as Blaine Gabbert got his first start of the season in relief of the injured Drew Stanton. Despite the low expectations, Gabbert actually had a great fantasy outing as he finished as the sixth highest scoring quarterback of the week. He did throw a couple of interceptions though, which is per the Gabbert game script as he just two more touchdowns than interceptions (41 to 39) in his career. Gabbert is expected to start again this week as Stanton is still nursing his knee injury. Larry Fitzgerald was, predictably, the top target again last week as he hauled in nine of ten targets for 91 yards and a touchdown. Fitzgerald has had some up and down games this season, but he is still the most reliable receiving option in this offense. Undrafted rookie tight end Ricky Seals-Jones came out of nowhere last week to haul in a couple of touchdowns--the first two of his career. Seals-Jones was a receiver in college but has converted to a tight end in the NFL. He is a big-bodied guy at 6'5'' and 243lbs, so he could definitely be a weapon in the passing attack if he can manage to be allotted more than 15% of the snaps as he was last week. The Jaguars have the absolute best defense in the league this season. They are leading nearly every category as it pertains to passing defenses and have allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to both opposing quarterbacks and receivers by a large margin. Their secondary is healthy and playing at an untouchable level. Even the great Larry Fitzgerald should struggle against either of these Jaguars cornerbacks. The Jaguars defensive front that has racked up a league-leading 40 sacks should also dominate a very weak Cardinals offensive line, making it tough on Gabbert to have even a second to think about who to throw to.
Recent Stats and Projections
Recent Game Summaries
2017 Week 2 vs IND (2 / 1 / 46 / 0 rec)
Replacing the injured Jermaine Gresham, Momah's two targets proved a tale of two opposite outcomes. Momah's first target resulted in a 46-yard catch-and-run, providing an early spark for a listless offense. Momah's second target was a dropped touchdown, forcing the team to settle for a field goal instead. These inconsistencies have ultimately been what have held Momah back most throughout his career.
Latest NewsCardinals | Arizona makes several roster moves (Mon Nov 13, 05:03 PM) - Free-agent QB Matt Barkley (49ers) was officially signed by the Arizona Cardinals and S Harlan Miller was promoted to the active roster from the practice squad Monday, Nov. 13. Additionally, S Tyvon Branch (knee) , OT D.J. Humphries (knee) and TE Ifeanyi Momah (ankle) were placed on the Reserve/Injured list. Our View: With Drew Stanton (knee) banged up, the Cardinals needed to add depth at the QB position. We could see Blaine Gabbert as the team's starter with Barkley as his backup if Stanton misses time.
link to story
Arizona Cardinals Team LinksDepth Chart Season Stats Targets Red Zone Game Logs
Footballguys ArticlesTop 100 Dynasty TE Pre-Free Agency
Sigmund Bloom - March 24
The Best Of Week 12
Matt Waldman - November 24
eVALUEator: Week 3
Austin Lee - September 19
|12||vs Jacksonville Jaguars|
|13||vs Los Angeles Rams|
|14||vs Tennessee Titans|
|15||@ Washington Redskins|
|16||vs New York Giants|
|17||@ Seattle Seahawks|