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Week 3 Outlook
Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper caught six of his nine targets for 100 yards in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Cooper has yet to find the end zone this season but does have 16 catches on 23 targets for 181 yards. The Dallas offense put up 40 points on Sunday and appears to be headed for another productive year. Cooper and the Cowboys will take on a struggling Seattle defense on the road next week.
WR Amari Cooper (foot) is officially active for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Falcons.
As expected, Cooper is active and will play Week 2 against the Bears. He is dealing with a foot injury and was limited in practice this week. Cooper is officially active and is all systems go for Sunday. The Cowboys are down three offensive lineman, but Sunday's game is expected to be a shoot out. Cooper is a surefire fantasy WR1 and currently eighth among all wideouts in the latest expert consensus rankings for Week 2.
WR Amari Cooper (foot) “went through the mock game and everything Friday,” said Cowboys’ HC Mike McCarthy. “I don’t foresee a set back there.”
Cooper is “in line” to play Week 2 against the Falcons, per Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News. He was limited in Thursday’s practice due to a foot injury, but is expected to be all systems go for Sunday. Cooper is fantasy WR1 and currently eighth among all wideouts in the latest expert consensus rankings.
Cowboys WR Amari Cooper (foot) was limited in practice on Thursday.
Cooper dealt with a foot injury last season, but it’s unclear if this is the same issue or a new issue for him. Keep an eye on the Cowboys injury report on Friday to see if Cooper is able to log a full practice ahead of Week 2. If he can’t go for some reason, it’ll be a major upgrade to Michael Gallup and CeeDee Lamb against a porous Falcons defense that’s allowed Russell Wilson to pass for 322 yards and four touchdowns in Week 1.
Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper caught 10 of his 14 targets for 81 yards in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Despite the addition of rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb in this year's NFL Draft, Cooper still managed double-digit targets in Week 1. He saw 119 targets in 2019 and could see even more in 2020 if new head coach Mike McCarthy has the Cowboys passing more than they have in past years.
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