Cooper will continue to lack a consistent role in Chip Kellys 2014 Eagles Offense where he saw a 50th ranked 83 Targets in 2013. With the departure of DeSean Jackson a healthy Jeremy Maclin will fill that void. A likely emerging role for TE Zach Ertz, new addition Darren Sproles and Rookie slot reciever Jordan Mathews will steal a majority of those Targets away from Cooper in 2014. DeSean Jackson took the Defensive secondary away from Cooper last season, where Cooper saw man coverage and no safety over the top. Cooper is looking at a much tougher year as a WR2 with Maclin at WR1 and an attentive defense.
Cooper posted 47 receptions for 835 yards and eight touchdowns last year. The problem is that five of those touchdowns came in back-to-back games against the Raiders and the Packers. With WR DeSean Jackson gone, he has low WR4 value. I do not see him duplicating his 2013 season.