Rob Housler TE ARI 11 Days

Housler took the field for 19 of the Cardinals' 64 offensive snaps during Thursday's victory in St. Louis, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Darren Fells earned far more run than fellow tight ends John Carlson (21 snaps) and Housler for the second game in a row, with 47 in all. While Housler himself wasn't targeted but took one carry for one yard, the quarterback situation in Arizona is unstable due to Drew Stanton's knee sprain, meaning owners should continue to sidestep their TE trio.

Rob Housler TE ARI 17 Days

Housler played 21 of the Cardinals' 69 offensive snaps during Sunday's victory against the Chiefs, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Housler hauled in his only target for 20 yards, representing the primary contribution to the box score from a Cardinals tight end. However, he was doubled up in the snap game by fellow TE Darren Fells (42 versus 21), while John Carlson picked up 17. Because Housler and Carlson have left much to be desired as blockers this season, Fells, a former pro basketball player, may have risen to the top on the backs of his blocking prowess. In any case, Carlson has only mustered seven catches for 96 yards this season, meaning he should remain on the scrap heap as the fantasy playoffs continue.

Rob Housler TE ARI 1 Month

Housler played 17 of the Cardinals' 66 offensive snaps during Sunday's victory versus the Rams, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Housler has averaged more than a target per game this season -- 1.4, to be exact -- but he only recorded his fifth reception of the season Sunday. On a positive note, he was on the receiving end of Drew Stanton's first pass following Carson Palmer's knee injury. Coach Bruce Arians is apt to put Stanton in the best situation to succeed, which could be a boon to Housler's previously waning prospects.

Rob Housler TE ARI 2 Months

Housler played 31-of-70 offensive snaps during Sunday's victory against Washington, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Once again, Housler fell far behind John Carlson (59) in terms of snaps, a trend that is showing no signs of letting up. Housler himself tripled his catch count on the season, though, hauling in two balls (on three targets) for 15 yards. If in desperate need of a tight end in a given week, the scorched earth nature of the waiver wire should yield a more productive tight end option, ensuring Housler's residence on the sideline in fantasy.

Rob Housler TE ARI 3 Months

Housler (hip) is listed as active Sunday in Denver, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.

With Drew Stanton again under center in place of Carson Palmer (shoulder), Housler isn't a great bet to aid fantasy pursuits, considering Stanton avoided the tight end during 25 snaps in Week 2, or Housler's last appearance.

Rob Housler TE ARI 3 Months

Housler (hip) is probable for Sunday's game against Denver.

Housler is ready to go for Sunday, but with just a 16-yard catch on the year he isn't much of a fantasy consideration these days.

Rob Housler TE ARI 3 Months

Housler (hip) practiced in full Wednesday, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Housler was deemed inactive in the last game prior to the Cardinals' Week 4 bye, but his current activity level will likely result in active status Sunday in Denver. It remains to be seen if he can factor into a passing game directed by backup quarterback Drew Stanton, who didn't target Housler during the tight end's 25 snaps in Week 2.

Rob Housler TE ARI 3 Months

Housler (hip) is inactive Sunday versus the 49ers, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 91o Phoenix reports.

After garnering three targets in the opener, Housler didn't connect with Drew Stanton in Week 2 with Carson Palmer (shoulder) out of commission, failing to have one ball come his direction. Meanwhile, John Carlson has missed just 11-of-138 snaps this season acting as the primary tight end.

Rob Housler TE ARI 3 Months

Housler (hip) is questionable for Sunday's game against San Francisco.

Housler didn't practice Thursday or Friday, so it's possible that he's close to doubtful. With just three targets in two games, he's pretty much off the fantasy radar, anyway.

Rob Housler TE ARI 3 Months

Housler wasn't targeted during Sunday's win versus the Giants in New York and took the field for just 25-of-68 offense snaps for the Cardinals, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

The breakdown of snaps among Arizona's tight ends changed little from the opener -- 66 for John Carlson and 17 for rookie Troy Niklas on Sunday -- but both options were considered in the passing game by Drew Stanton, totaling three receptions for 59 yards in Week 2. Housler is the clear second fiddle to Carlson in the tight end pecking order, which hasn't afforded much relevance in fantasy to date.