Who Should I Draft?

Antonio Gates or Jared Cook (2014)

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The old man still produces by getting 872 yards and four scores a year ago. There is always questions regarding his ability to stay healthy and now there is a breakout star in the making in Ladarius Green behind him on the depth chart. His numbers should diminish a bit, but he is still worthy of a roster spot.Cook is the classic under-performing player. He has the size and athletic ability to produce at a high level, but just cannot put it together for a full season. His role diminished in St. Louis as last season progressed. I would take a wait-and-see approach for Cook this season.  
James Hatfield
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru
He will continue to lose work do Green, but he can be a bye week filler.   
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
I am not sure that Gates will even be back in San Diego with a $5 million base salary and the emergence of backup TE Ladarius Green. The days of Gates being a monster tight end in fantasy appear to be over, especially if he stays in San Diego.Cook has the talent to be a TE1, but not with QB Sam Bradford throwing him the ball. This whole offense is in stagnant mode until Bradford either takes the next step or the Rams front office finds someone that will.