Cardinals QB Palmer (ankle) to be game-time decision Sunday
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Cardinals QB Palmer (ankle) to be game-time decision Sunday

Arizona Cardinals head coach, Bruce Arians, said Friday that quarterback Carson Palmer will be a "game-time decision" for their divisional game against the Seattle Seahawks. ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss reported that Palmer was still recovering from a low-grade, left high ankle sprain. Arians gave indications that he believes his QB is good enough to go, but still didn't 100% commit. "Like you think it would be with an ankle sprain," Arians said. "He's OK. He's good enough to play. He can move around the pocket as well as he did last week." If Palmer can't go, Drew Stanton @drewstanton would get the start in his place.

Fantasy Analysis:

Honestly, the players this affects most are wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald @LarryFitzgerald and Michael Floyd @MichaelMFloyd. They were already tough to start, as Fitz is trying to get cleared after suffering a concussion last week on an on-side kick, and considering they are going up against a ridiculous Seattle Seahawks defense that made Eli Manning look like a football philanthropist last week. We have them ranked #24 and #40 at the WR position this week. If Palmer doesn't play, I'd stay away from them both... ESPECIALLY Floyd.

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