WR - NYJ
Week 4 Outlook
Randall Cobb caught 1-of-2 targets for 12 yards in Jets’ 15-10 loss to the Patriots.
Cobb’s reception Sunday was his first of the season, as he has seen just four targets in three games this season. The 33-year-old is in a struggling passing offense and can safely be left off fantasy rosters heading into Week 4 against Kasnas City.
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, WR Randall Cobb will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list.
Starting on the PUP isn’t usually a big deal, but his situation should be monitored to make sure he’s lifted before the start of the season. Cobb, a 12-year veteran, joined the Jets after his second stint with Rodgers in Green Bay. Cobb will bring a veteran presence and could help install Rodgers’ style of play in New York, though he likely won’t hold much fantasy relevance, even when healthy, catching 34 passes for 417 yards.
Randall Cobb stated Wednesday that he is aware he is not in the prime of his career, but believes that he “feels like he still has a lot left in the tank.”
Cobb is reuniting with long-time QB Aaron Rodgers with the Jets. Although he believes he still has a lot left in the tank, he likely will slot in towards the bottom of the Jets’ depth chart to start the season. Cobb does not hold much fantasy value outside of best ball drafts.
Randall Cobb is expected to agree to a one-year deal with the Jets to be reunited with long-time QB Aaron Rodgers.
Yet another former Packer reunion in New York. Cobb and Rodgers played together for 10 years in Green Bay. In those seasons, the 32-year-old receiver caught 532 passes for 6,316 yards and 47 TD. Cobb doesn't hold much fantasy appeal but could be a late-round pick in best ball drafts.
Randall Cobb caught both of his targets for a total of 20 yards in the 41-17 win over the Vikings.
Cobb continues to work out of the slot and get a couple of balls thrown his way each game. Not nearly enough volume to be relevant in fantasy leagues or DFS.