News: Cardinals defensive back Greg Toler had three tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown during Arizona's 38-10 win over Detroit in Week 15. Toler intercepted Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in the fourth quarter and returned it 102 yards -- the longest in franchise history -- for the Cardinals' second pick-six of the game. "I knew Greg was going to make it all the way," teammate Patrick Peterson said. "He had no one in front of him but Matthew Stafford and five Cardinals, so if he didn't make it, that definitely would have been a shame."
Analysis: Toler hasn't enjoyed many highlights this season as a hamstring issue has restricted him to nine games. This on the heels of missing the entire 2011 campaign due to a knee injury that landed him on injured reserve before the season started. He has just one other interception this season, and should continue to be ignored in all Fantasy formats at this point.
News: The Cardinals placed DB Greg Toler (knee) on the injured reserve list on Monday, ending his season before it began. Toler was hurt in the team's preseason game on Saturday.
Analysis: Toler came on late last season as a capable cornerback and was part of the reason why the Cardinals were able to let go of cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Now out for the season, he is obviously a player to avoid in IDP drafts.
News: CB Greg Toler believes he suffered an ACL sprain Saturday. He'll have an MRI Sunday.
Analysis: Toler came on late last season as a capable cornerback and was part of the reason why the Cardinals were able to let go of cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. But if he's hurt he'll be a potential liability for the Cardinals defense. He's not worth counting on in Fantasy play.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler had a minimal impact in Week 17 as Arizona lost to San Francisco, 38-7. Toler made just four tackles, two solo, in the game.
Analysis: Toler, the second-year defensive back, registered a career-high 90 tackles, one sack and two interceptions in 2010. He would also force two forced fumbles and return an interception for a touchdown on Christmas day. Heading into Draft Day 2011, Fantasy owners should view Toler as a late-round pick at best.
News: Arizona DB Greg Toler made a huge impact on the Week 16 win over the Cowboys on Christmas. Toler received a present in the game when QB Jon Kitna threw the ball to Roy Williams on a screen on the second series of plays. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had already returned an interception for a touchdown on Kitna's first throw of the game, and Toler watched as the ball bounced off Williams' hands and right into his. He took it 66 yards for the second INT for a touchdown in the game. Toler finished with seven tackles, all solo, in the game.
Analysis: The interception was just Toler's second of the season. However, he's an excellent source of tackles for a defensive back and Fantasy owners can consider him in any Fantasy IDP league for Week 17 at San Francisco.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler, who had just seven tackles in his previous two games, made eight tackles in a Week 15 loss to the Panthers.
Analysis: Toler missed some time last month with a foot injury, but this performance is what Fantasy owners were used to from him before he got hurt. Continue to consider Toler in deeper IDP Fantasy leagues.
News: Arizona DB Greg Toler missed two straight games with a foot injury, but has now played in two straight for the Cardinals. He made five solo tackles and recovered a fumble in Week 14 against Denver. Arizona would go on to win the game, 43-13.
Analysis: Toler has 71 tackles, two fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and a sack to his credit this season. The second-year player is having a solid season for the Cardinals, which makes him a decent DB option in deeper Fantasy IDP leagues.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler has missed two games with a foot injury, but has been able to play the last two weeks.
Analysis: Toler will likely be on the injury report the rest of the season. He is a big part of the Cardinals defense and should be considered a solid DB option in Fantasy IDP leagues.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler, who missed the previous two games with a foot injury, was relatively quiet in Week 13 against the Rams. Toler finished with just two tackles, both solo in the 19-6 loss.
Analysis: Toler was making a ton of plays for the Cardinals before getting injured. He was benefiting from seeing a lot of plays go his way since Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is on the other side of the field. He has a knack for always being around the ball and should reamain active heading into Fantasy Week 14.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler has officially been ruled active for Week 13 against the Rams. Toler has missed the last two games with a foot injury.
Analysis: Toler was making a ton of plays for the Cardinals before getting injured. He was benefiting from seeing a lot of plays go his way since Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is on the other side of the field. Get him active against the Rams.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler (foot) is listed as questionable for Week 13 against the Rams after limited practice reps all week. Toler has been inactive the last two weeks.
Analysis: Toler was making a ton of plays for the Cardinals before getting injured. He was benefiting from seeing a lot of plays go his way since Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is on the other side of the field. Toler is a viable Fantasy DB when healthy, so keep tabs on his progress leading up to inactives.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler was not active for Arizona's Week 12 game against San Francisco. He's been dealing with a foot issue and didn't play in Week 11 either.
Analysis: Toler has 64 tackles, one sack, one interception and two forced fumbles on the year. When he's on the field, Toler is a contributor for the Cards and worth using as a low-end No. 3 DB option in IDP leagues. Fantasy owners should already have an alternative option for Toler and have them in their lineups.
News: Arizona defensive back Greg Toler is questionable for the Monday night game against San Francisco in Week 12. Toler is on the injury report with a foot issue. He could not play Week 11, either, and did not practice all week.
Analysis: Toler is generally a pretty consistent Fantasy IDP option. Unfortunately, with his health in question for Week 12 on Monday night, Fantasy owners would be smart to just find another option.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler (foot) was listed among the inactives Sunday for Arizona's Week 11 game at Kansas City.
Analysis: Toler certainly didn't look 100 percent when he got burned on numerous occasions by Seattle WR Mike Williams last week, and the Cardinals would rather he get healthy as he's such a key component of their defense when he's healthy. Be sure to bench him in Week 11 in the plenty of IDP Fantasy leagues he has value in.
News: The Cardinals have chosen to list DB Greg Toler (foot) as questionable for Week 11 at Kansas City. Toler did practice in a limited capacity on Friday after sitting out Thursday. He has yet to miss a game this season.
Analysis: Toler was hobbled by a back injury earlier this season, but it seems this foot injury is a little more problematic. If Toler is cleared to play on Sunday, then consider starting him in Fantasy IDP leagues. He has made a lot of plays on defense this season for Arizona and that has benefited Fantasy owners.
News: Seattle WR Mike Williams had a big first half against Arizona DB Greg Toler in Week 10. So much so that Toler was replaced by DB Mike Adams to start the second half. Toler would finish the day with a team-high eight tackles and two passes defended in the Cardinals, 36-18 loss to the Seahawks.
Analysis: This was the second week in a row that Toler lead the Cardinals in tackles. He has 64 tackles on the year to go with one sack, one interception and eight passes defended. Heading into Week 11, Fantasy owners should continue to view Toler as a solid DB option in IDP leagues.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler was credited with a team-high nine tackles in Week 9 at Minnesota. He was held without a sack for the seventh time in eight games and did not get credit for a pass defensed.
Analysis: Toler has been a solid source for tackles this season, coming off a 12-tackle game in Week 8 against the Bucs. He also has been a decent source for passes defensed and has been a solid IDP option in his first season as a starter.
News: Arizona DB Greg Toler was active for the Cardinals Week 8 matchup with the Buccaneers. He was limited in practice all week with a back injury.
Analysis: Toler hasn't missed a game all season and continues that streak in Week 8. This is his first season as a starter and has been challenged by opposing offense. He's done a good job so far, which makes him a decent Fantasy DB option.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler is listed as probable for Week 8 vs. Tampa Bay despite being limited in practice all week because of a back injury. Toler has not missed a game this season.
Analysis: Toler has been tested early and often in 2010, his first full season as a starter. It's not a surprise since teams don't want to throw Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's way. That actually helps Toler's Fantasy value because he is racking up stats. He is a decent Fantasy DB when healthy.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler registered his second double-digit tackle performance of the season in Week 7 against the Seahawks. He recorded 10 solo tackles and assisted on two more, finishing with 12 in the 22-10 loss. He also had a tackle for loss and a pass defended in the defeat.
Analysis: Toler has 47 tackles through the first six games this season with six passes defended and an interception. He also has one sack and continues to be a solid contributor in Fantasy IDP formats. Continue to view Toler as a solid option in most defensive formats heading into Week 8 against the Buccaneers.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler recorded just two tackles in Week 5 against the Saints but made some plays in the passing game. He defended three passes and picked off QB Drew Brees in the fourth quarter of the 30-20 win.
Analysis: Toler has been a Fantasy monster so far this season. He has 35 tackles through the first five games with a sack, an interception, five passes defended and two forced fumbles. He has come out of no where to be a solid contributor in 2010 and should be getting more looks in IDP Fantasy leagues for Week 7 against the Seahawks.
News: Cardinals CB Greg Toler registered a sack, forced fumble and tackle for loss in the Week 4 loss to the Chargers. Toler added seven tackles (five solo). The fumble he forced after hitting Chargers RB Darren Sproles was returned by teammate Kerry Rhodes for a 42 yard touchdown. It would be the only Arizona TD on the day.
Analysis: Toler was heavily involved defensively, and took advantage of his opportunities. He will continue to see action as long as he is opposite of shutdown corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. We said he could be a sleeper in early September, and its looking like its true. He is worth a spot on your Fantasy roster in IDP leagues.
News: Cardinals CB Greg Toler got the start against the Rams in Week 1 opposite Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in the secondary. The 25-year-old recorded 13 tackles and forced a fumble in the 17-13 victory.
Analysis: Toler saw a lot of balls thrown his way on Sunday but held his own and recorded more tackles than he had all of last season. Rodgers-Cromartie commands a lot of attention so Fantasy owners should look for teams to attack Toler throughout the season. As long as he remains a starter and produces, the second-year man out of St. Paul's College could be a sleeper in Fantasy IDP leagues.
News: Cardinals DB Greg Toler, drafted out of Division II Saint Pauls College in 2009, is becoming a factor in the race to start opposite CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Coming from where Greg did trying to get to this level to play, theres always gonna be growing pains, coach Ken Whisenhunt said. He has worked hard. ... Im not surprised but pleased.
Analysis: Toler will have to come screaming out of the gate if he's to attract any attention in Fantasy play, as being a starting DB anywhere does not guarantee you value in IDP formats. Just continue to view Toler's progress from afar for now.
News: Cardinals CB Greg Toler (ankle) returned to practice Wednesday after missing the second half of Tuesday afternoon's session. Toler is locked in a battle with Trumaine McBride for the starter's role opposite Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Analysis: Toler might see a decent amount of playing time this season for the Cardinals but he's not expected to warrant much Fantasy use. Keep him off rosters.
News: Cardinals CB Greg Toler sustained an undisclosed injury in practice Tuesday and did not return. Toler is locked in a battle with Trumaine McBride for the starter's role opposite Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Analysis: Keep an eye on Toler's injury and see if he's OK. When healthy, Toler has minimal Fantasy value, even if he wins the starting job. He's not expected to make many plays for the Cardinals defense in 2010.
News: Arizona DB Greg Toler picked up his first career interception in the Week 16 game against the Rams.
Analysis: Toler has five tackles on the year in 12 games. He has no Fantasy value in IDP leagues at this time.
News: The Arizona Cardinals official team site has announced the team's inactives for the Monday night game in Week 14 in San Francisco. The inactives are as follows: 3rd QB Brian St. Pierre, CB Greg Toler, LB Reggie Walker, LB Will Davis (knee), TE Stephen Spach and WR Jerheme Urban.
Analysis: None of these players contributes enough statistically to have significant Fantasy appeal. Leave them all on waivers for the Week 14 game.
News: The Cardinals selected St. Paul's CB Greg Toler with a fourth-round pick in the 2009 draft. An aggressive player, Toler had 14 interceptions in 40 games for the Division-II program. Toler is very raw, but exceptionally fast, timed in the low 4.4s and even sub-4.4 in his 40-yard dashes prior to the draft.
Analysis: He has some strength issues as well as basic zone-coverage issues, but that can be coached. He might play as a dimeback and punt returner this year and move up the charts if he can progress his abilities on and off the field. You might want to take a look at him with a late-round pick in the deepest of rookie-only drafts.