Cooper singlehandedly put fantasy football owners in a hole he or she may not be able to climb out of during championship week. He was clearly bothered by a foot injury and only played 27.8 percent of the offensive snaps. The entire Raiders offense, outside of running back Latavius Murray, looked out of sync and unproductive. Cooper will be on WR2 radar heading into the 2016 fantasy football season after a successful rookie campaign. He currently has 118 targets, 70 receptions, 1062 yards, and six touchdowns through Week 16 of the 2015 season. Cooper has generated 1.96 receiving yards per route run according to Pro Football Focus through Week 16.