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2012 Experience: 2nd Season

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Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 21 222 1
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Receiving
Year Age G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2011 23 12 2 12 133 11.1 0 21 1.0 11.1
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Welcome to Rob Housler fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of Housler’s player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for fantasy football.

Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

With the addition of Todd Heap in free agency, rookie Rob Housler doesn’t figure to be a factor in his rookie season. While Housler has some skills in the passing game, he will have to wait for an opportunity, later in his career.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 21 222 1

2011 June

The Cardinals have never been known for tight ends over the years, but it looks like they are committed to making Rob Housler a presence in the offense. Coach Ken Whisenhunt has openly discussed changing the teams four receiver sets to using a tight end on the field most of the time. The report on Housler is that he will help this team in the middle of the field and projects as a possible sleeper tight end, to pickup off the waiver wire during the season.

The addition of Kevin Kolb or Kyle Orton will be essential for Housler to find success in the offense. Both have experience working with talented tight ends and Kolb had Brent Celek in Philadelphia, and Orton worked with Greg Olsen in Chicago. In fact, you could make the argument that the addition of Housler was a sign this team was going for one of these quarterbacks, as they have that previous experience.

Don’t look to select Housler as anything more than a late round selection in dynasty leagues, but he’s a name to remember as we move deeper into the season.

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