WR - DAL - PUP
Michael Gallup is questionable to start the season at full strength. With the PUP looming over his head, the team could treat him carefully in the early going, especially after addressing the receiver position with the addition of Jalen Tolbert. Gallup has been a run-of-the-mill receiver in three of his four NFL seasons, with yards per route run totals ranging between 1.32-1.37 outside of his breakout 2019 season (per PFF). Gallup is a risky WR4/WR5 type.
Michael Gallup's late season injury will almost certainly hurt his chances of being available for Week 1, with some diagnoses saying the Cowboys WR won't be ready until October.
The 2018 third-rounder averaged just 10.2 fantasy points per game in 2021 (47th), less than his 2020 season (10.8).
It \doesn't help Gallup's case either that the team re-signed tight end Dalton Schultz, who figures to compete for top targets with CeeDee Lamb. Third-round rookie Jalen Tolbert also figures to get plenty of reps in training camp with Gallup rehabbing.
Be careful to not overinvest in Gallup for fear that you'll be wasting a roster spot for a player that falls into the fantasy WR3 with upside tier, that just doesn't move the needle.
Avoiding- got hurt late in the year so timetable isn't looking great. Possible IR slot stash if your league has one.
Returning to DAL w/ NO Cooper = ideal. As clear No.2 in this offense that ranked first in points and overall yards... SHEESH! HUGE value potential -- but 9 month recovery would have him out til November. So it's a tough balancing act -- has me a little more conservative than before
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