2023 Player Outlook
In 2022, James Conner was coming off an astonishing 18-touchdown season, and even though he experienced some touchdown regression, he still finished as the overall RB16 and RB9 in points per game. This year, he looks to have much of the same role, as his only competition is second-year player Keontay Ingram, but that's about the only thing that's the same. There is utter discombobulation in the Cardinals' offense after losing their head coach, offensive coordinator, releasing DeAndre Hopkins, and not knowing when Kyler Murray will be healthy enough to return to the starting lineup. You're not risking a lot at Conner's current ADP, but don't be surprised when he only finishes as an RB3/Flex option.