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WR ARI

College: Massachusetts | Rookie
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 188 lbs
Birth Date: 11/18/1996
Depth Chart: WR1.2
2019 Bye Week: 12
Questionable - shoulder

Owned: 5.3%
Started: 0.1%
Total Pts: 34.1
Avg Pts: 2.62
Rank: 119 WR

Free Agent

Fantasy Week
Pts
Scoring
Week 10.00
Week 2
Week 30.00
Week 40.50Andy Isabella 5 rushing yds (0.50 pts)
Week 51.10Andy Isabella 11 rushing yds (1.10 pts)
Week 60.00
Week 72.80Andy Isabella 8 receiving yds (0.80 pts)
Andy Isabella 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
Week 8
Week 915.80Andy Isabella 88 receiving yds (8.80 pts)
Andy Isabella 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Andy Isabella 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Andy Isabella 88 yd TD pass from Kyler Murray
Week 1010.80Andy Isabella 78 receiving yds (7.80 pts)
Andy Isabella 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Week 111.60Andy Isabella 6 receiving yds (0.60 pts)
Andy Isabella 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Week 12
Week 130.00
Week 141.50Andy Isabella 5 receiving yds (0.50 pts)
Andy Isabella 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Playoff Week 12.50- projected
Playoff Week 2
Player Notes
Dec 11 5:40pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receivers Christian Kirk (ankle) and Andy Isabella (shoulder) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Both players should be on track to play in Week 15 against the Browns, but we'll keep an eye on their status the rest of the week. Kirk had eight catches on nine targets for 85 yards in the loss to the Steelers last week. He'll be an upside WR2 if he's able to play this weekend against Cleveland alongside Larry Fitzgerald. Other than his 88-yard touchdown catch on Halloween against the 49ers, Isabella has done very little (8-185-1) in his rookie season. He's purely a dynasty stash for his long-term upside.

From RotoBaller

Nov 17 9:30pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella had just one catch for six yards in Week 11 against the San Francisco 49ers. Isabella flirted with fantasy relevance with big plays in recent weeks, but he didn't quite make it. The Cardinals are on a bye next week, and Isabella doesn't have roster viability.

From RotoBaller

Nov 15 7:00pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella has flashed some big plays the last couple of weeks, and he has become the de facto third receiver for the club. He's not worth the risk against the San Francisco 49ers, though. The Niners are too tough of a defense to bank on Isabella's inconsistency.

From RotoBaller

Nov 10 11:00pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella had three catches for 78 yards in the Week 10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was sixth in targets in the game, but he had the second-best day. With his propensity for the big play the last two weeks, he may have emerged as the Cardinals' third receiver over Keesean Johnson. Isabella won't be an option against the San Francisco 49ers next week.

From RotoBaller

Nov 1 7:10am ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella had one catch for 88 yards, which went for a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers. It was late in the game, and Isabella caught a short pass, which he ran for the touchdown. It was his only target in the game, but maybe that will lead to more. Keep him on your watch list as the Cardinals have a great matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week.

From RotoBaller

Oct 10 10:00pm ET

Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said that rookie wide receiver Andy Isabella continues to work hard, and the team's plan is to get him more involved. The team's second-round pick only played nine offensive snaps with both Christian Kirk and Damiere Byrd sidelined in Week 5, and he hasn't been targeted in the passing game all year. He has three rushing attempts on the season. Kingsbury said the team might've made it tougher on Isabella in his rookie season by using him in too many spots in training camp. If Isabella wasn't involved in the offense without Kirk and Byrd in there, there's not much hope for him carving out a fantasy role in redraft leagues. He remains a stash candidate in only dynasty/keeper leagues with Kirk and Byrd likely to return in Week 6 against the Falcons.

From RotoBaller

Oct 4 5:30pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella has yet to catch a pass this season, but he'll be thrust into action against the Cincinnati Bengals. The team will likely be without two of their top four receivers in Christian Kirk (ankle) and Damiere Byrd (hamstring), and Isabella should see some targets. He's not worth starting unless you're in a deeper league. He would be a decent basement start in daily formats.

From RotoBaller

Oct 2 3:20pm ET

Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Andy Isabella will mostly play outside receiver "for the time being," according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Pharoh Cooper, who was just re-signed this week, will be the second slot receiver behind Larry Fitzgerald in four-wide sets in Week 5 against the Bengals. It means that Isabella and Trent Sherfield will likely split snaps on the outside opposite rookie Keesean Johnson, with Fitz in the slot. Christian Kirk and Damiere Byrd are unlikely to play due to their injuries. Isabella should see the most playing time he's had in his rookie season, but it might not translate to fantasy success, even in a good matchup with Cincy. Isabella still isn't much of a redraft option.

From RotoBaller

Sep 15 12:10pm ET

Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Andy Isabella is a healthy inactive for Week 2 against the Ravens. The 22-year-old didn't have a single target in Week 1 and is well behind fellow rookie teammate Keesean Johnson on the depth chart. He also has Larry Fitzgerald, Christian Kirk, Michael Crabtree and Damiere Byrd ahead of him, so Isabella definitely belongs on the waiver wire in redraft leagues. The only place you're stashing him is in dynasty/keeper leagues. Expect the Cardinals to mix in the veteran Crabtree more against Baltimore, which hurts the upside for Johnson.

From RotoBaller

Sep 8 11:40pm ET

Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Andy Isabella didn't record a single offensive stat in Week 1 against the Lions. The 62nd overall pick in the 2019 draft has yet to make a significant impact. Fellow rookie Keesean Johnson has already made a splash and connection with quarterbackKyler Murray and will continue to see his fair share of targets. Isabella is an afterthought in this high-powered offense at the moment. He can remain on any redraft waiver wire but should still remain on benches in all dynasty leagues.

From RotoBaller

Aug 25 12:55pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella was quiet Saturday against the Vikings, grabbing only one catch on two targets for eight yards. After the four targets, one catch and 59-yard touchdown last week, this week was a letdown. The rookie is going to have to battle out some of the big names likeLarry Fitzgerald, Christian Kirk, David Johnsonand fellow rookie Keesean Johnson for targets. At this point in time, view Isabella as a strong bench stash in dynasty leagues and someone who could be a hot waiver wire pickup come midseason.

From RotoBaller

Aug 9 7:10pm ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella (knee) returned to practice this past week, but he did not play in the team's preseason opener against the Los Angeles Chargers. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday that he expects the rookie receiver to make his debut in the team's second preseason game, a nationally televised game, against the Oakland Raiders. Isabella is one of three wideouts drafted by the Cards in 2019, and he has a chance to work as one of the top four receivers in Kingsbury's up-tempo offense. Isabella is worth a flier in the late rounds on draft day, especially in PPR formats with 12 or more teams.

From RotoBaller

Aug 7 12:20am ET

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andy Isabella (knee) was able to return to the practice field on Tuesday after missing nearly a week due to a knee ailment. That's very good news for the rookie, as well as the fact veteran Michael Crabtree's deal with the team fell apart. While the receiver room is still very full, Isabella is in good shape in his pursuit of a meaningful role behind Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk in the up-tempo offense for head coach Kliff Kingsbury. It's uncertain if Isabella will be green-lighted for Thursday's preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers on NFL Network. At this point Isabella is a WR6 with upside in seasonal formats, and a nice long-term keeper option.

From RotoBaller

Jul 15 11:50pm ET

Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Andy Isabella, a second-round pick this year, looks like he'll get an initial chance in the offense behind veteran Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk, who looked good in his rookie season in 2018. Rookies Keesean Johnson and Hakeem Butler could also be in the mix, but they might have a steeper climb for relevant work early on. Isabella is a great long-term pick in dynasty leagues and has late-round sleeper appeal in what could be a high-flying offensive attack under rookie quarterback Kyler Murray and new head coach Kliff Kingsbury.

From RotoBaller

Player Transactions
  • 10-May-2019: ARI - Signed, Draft Choice - Four-year contract (through 2022)
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2019 Season34.108185112031600
Week 1DET0.00000000000
Week 2@BAL0.00000000000
Week 3CAR0.00000000000
Week 4SEA0.50000001500
Week 5@CIN1.100000021100
Week 6ATL0.00000000000
Week 7@NYG2.80280200000
Week 8@NOR0.00000000000
Week 9SFO15.801881100000
Week 10@TAM10.803780300000
Week 11@SFO1.60160400000
Week 12bye
Week 13LAR0.00000100000
Week 14PIT1.50150100000
Week 15CLE
Week 16@SEA
Week 17@LAR