WR - FA
Week 5 Outlook
Cotchery was able to catch four passes for 24 yards in Week 16. He also had a carry for 16 yards.
Cotchery is not on the fantasy radar.
Jerricho Cotchery caught the game winning TD against the Saints this week. He caught an absolute bullet from Cam Newton which was his fifth passing TD of the day. He finished the day with 3/26/1.
Even with the TD grab, Cothcery was still far down on the list of Cam's targets behind Olsen, Ginn, Stewart, Funchess, and even backup TE Ed Dickson. He's off the fantasy radar.
Jerricho Cotchery had five catches for 73 yards on Thusday against the Cowboys.
Cotchery put forth a solid effort on a day when the offense struggled to move the ball consistently. While it was a decent outing, Cotchery doesn't hold much long term value in any league.
Jerricho Cotchery caught four passes for 57 yards on Sunday in Carolina's win over the Redskins.
Cotchery continues to be down on the totem pole of the Panthers WR group. With Devin Funchess beginning to show that he is turning all the potential into stats, Cotchery can remain on the waiver wire.
Jerricho Cotchery was only targeted three times and hauled in two catches for six total yards. Jerricho's longest was eight yards, but his second catch went for negative two yards.
Cotchery faced off against a top five pass defense and his stats reflected as much. Cam targeted his tight end Greg Olsen eight times which left little for Cotchery. Ted Ginn Jr. was Newton's wide receiver of choice. The passing offense is very boom or bust which is the same for Jerricho making him a matchup play.