Amari Cooper

Amari Cooper Fantasy

Healthy
2 22nd
TDs
2020
503 6th
2020
2.0 48th
2020
Height / Weight
6'1" / 210 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
June 17, 1994 (26)
Experience
6th Season
Drafted
2015 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 4 (LV)
College
Alabama

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Amari Cooper News

Amari Cooper Dips Out Of The WR1 Ranks In Week 7

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper may miss the WR1 ranks for the first time this season in Week 7. With Andy Dalton under center in Week 6, Cooper caught seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown, but most of it happened in garbage time. Combine the Dallas offense's struggles with the fact that the Washington Football Team actually defends opposing wide receivers well (allowing the second-fewest fantasy points so far) and Cooper is looking more like a mid-to-high end WR2 this week and potentially going forward.

Oct. 21st • 5:13 PM
Amari Cooper Catches A Touchdown In Week 6

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper bounced back from his rough Week 5 performance. He was targeted 10 times in the passing game, catching seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown. This was very much a garbage time performance, as Cooper wasn't even targeted until late in the first half. His touchdown came from one yard out and made it a 31-10 game with about six minutes left in the game. Cooper will take a hit with the loss of Dak Prescott (ankle) for the season, but based on his talent and the fact that the Cowboys Defense will make sure the offense has to throw the ball a lot, Cooper will remain a high-end WR2.

Oct. 20th • 12:15 AM
Amari Cooper Looks To Bounce Back In Week 6

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper will look to bounce back from a rough Week 5 in a Week 6 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. Cooper was blanketed in coverage by James Bradberry last week while pretty much every other Cowboys receiving option had a plus matchup, so he was expected to struggle a bit. Still, his two catches for 23 yards was a disappointment after he saw 16 targets in Week 4. With Dak Prescott (ankle) done for the season, Andy Dalton will take over under center for the Cowboys. While he's no Dak Prescott, Dalton should be more than capable of moving the ball and scoring points. It's not too much of a downgrade for a receiver of Cooper's caliber. The Cardinals Defense doesn't often use Patrick Peterson in shadow coverage, so Cooper should be able to avoid him on some plays depending on how the Dallas offense lines up. He's a mid-range WR1 with upside this week.

Oct. 15th • 5:08 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Andy Dalton
Ben DiNucci
RB Ezekiel Elliott
Tony Pollard
LWR Amari Cooper
Cedrick Wilson
RWR CeeDee Lamb
Noah Brown
SWR Michael Gallup
Malik Turner
TE Dalton Schultz
Blake Bell
LT Brandon Knight
LG Connor Williams
C Tyler Biadasz
RG Zack Martin
Connor McGovern
RT Terence Steele
Greg Senat
LDE DeMarcus Lawrence
LDT Dontari Poe
Justin Hamilton
RDT Antwaun Woods
Neville Gallimore
RDE Tyrone Crawford
Everson Griffen
DPR Aldon Smith
Randy Gregory
MLB Leighton Vander Esch
Joe Thomas
WLB Jaylon Smith
Justin March
LCB Daryl Worley
Anthony Brown
FS Xavier Woods
Reggie Robinson II
SS Darian Thompson
Donovan Wilson
RCB Trevon Diggs
CB Jourdan Lewis
K Greg Zuerlein