The Cardinals seems to have found balance with Carson Palmer under center and Larry Fitzgerald is putting up very good fantasy numbers (especially if those are compared with last year’s numbers).
On defense, after two games, they are the second best team in the league against the ground game, allowing 58 Yds/G and no TDs. So be careful if you’re thinking about starting Pierre Thomas. I wouldn’t worry about Darren Sproles, go ahead and start him as your RB2/Flex.
Be patient with Ingram, at least for a couple of more games: his status is questionable for the game so let him rest on your bench but don’t drop him.
Ranked 21st against the pass, Arizona’s defense shouldn’t be a problem for Brees IF the Saints’ offensive line performs well. With Jahri Evans questionable this could be a concern.
Marques Colston will be facing Patrick Peterson and that’s a really bad matchup: start Colston only if you don’t have other options. Jimmy Graham is a no-brainer but I think Lance Moore is worth a look too: he hasn’t produced until now but he will bounce back.
If you are looking for a really bald start or if you are really desperate with your wide receivers you can also try Kenny Stills, who has a lot of big-plays potential. He racked up 8.60 points in week one but just 1 point in week two.