By Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros), Thu, Oct 29th 2020, 9:35am EDT
After breaking rookie records with five catches and 59-plus yards in each of his first six games, Lamb was held to just one rushing yard in Week 7. He was targeted five times, so it's not like he was completely forgotten about, but the poor quarterback play proved to be too much. His matchup this week is much better than Amari Cooper's, as he'll draw Nickell Robey-Coleman, who's struggled in his new uniform. After being one of the better slot cornerbacks in Los Angeles, he's allowed 19-of-23 passing for 225 yards and a touchdown in his coverage with the Eagles. Still, the Eagles have allowed just five wide receivers to hit 11.2 PPR points against them this year, which was the mark it took to hit a WR3 performance in 2019. Lamb shouldn't be forgotten, but he should definitely be downgraded into the low-end WR3 territory with the poor quarterback play.