Cardinals unsure which QB will ruin Larry Fitzgerald's Week 15 fantasy status

Norm Hall

The Cardinals aren't sure who will be under center in Week 15. We break down the fantasy implications.

Ken Whisenhunt did not announce on Monday who will be the Cardinals starting quarterback in Week 15. Kevin Kolb is still recovering from a rib injury, while John Skelton and Ryan Lindley continue to be equally ineffective.

Regardless of who is throwing the ball for Arizona, Larry Fitzgerald will likely have to suffer through another frustrating outing this week.

Fantasy Impact: It doesn't look like Kolb will suit up, so don't get your hopes up for Fitzgerald's value. He was targeted 11 times on Sunday against the Seahawks, but somehow managed to haul in just one pass for an incredible two yards. Trust me, it's not his fault.

Unfortunately Fitzgerald looks like he belongs on the bench with the way the Cardinals offense is moving. Until Kolb returns, Fitz holds little promise for your lineup.

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