Riley Cooper
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By Jay Maccarella, Eagles Correspondent, Tue, Sep 16th 10:25am EDT

Riley Cooper had only 1 catch for 8 yards in the Eagles game against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night football on September 16th, 2014. (Source: NFL.com)

Fantasy Impact: Cooper has been disappointing to say the least so far this season. He did have a redzone target but didn't appear to be on the same page as QB Nick Foles for much of the game. He had only 3 targets all game. It is probably best to leave Cooper on your bench and start better options unless something changes in the coming weeks.

By Jay Maccarella, Eagles Correspondent, Tue, Sep 9th 9:54am EDT

Riley Cooper had a "relatively quiet" day catching only 4 passes for 29 yards in the Eagles home opener against the Jaguars. (Source: Jeff McLane)

Fantasy Impact: Cooper was targeted 7 times and once in the endzone but the pass was out of reach. It isn't time to panic yet with Cooper as he remains a solid #4 fantasy receiver and is worth keeping on your roster.

By James Brimacombe, Eagles Correspondent, Fri, Aug 22nd 10:43pm EDT

Foles targeted Cooper 5 times in the first half of Thursday nights game between the Eagles and Steelers. Cooper had 3 catches for 25 yards and two chances for catches in the endzone that he dropped.

Fantasy Impact: Foles and Cooper had a special connection in 2013, and the jury is still out if that same impact can be made in 2014. Cooper dropped two perfectly thrown passes from Foles in the endzone. If Cooper is going to continue his success he is going to have to take advantage of those type of opportunities in the future.

ESPN | Aug 11th
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