Cooper Kupp Fantasy Stats

#10 WR  |  Los Angeles Rams

Height / Weight 6'2"  /  207 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jun 15, 1993 (31)
Experience 8 seasons
Drafted 2017  /  Rd. 3  /  Pk. 69   (LAR)
College Eastern Washington

Season Stats

Career 92 567 792 7066 51 75 8.9 12.5 24 129 5.4 1 7 3 17.4 1596.5

Game Log

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Rams Depth Chart


Matthew Stafford

Jimmy Garoppolo

Stetson Bennett


Kyren Williams

Blake Corum

Ronnie Rivers

Boston Scott


Cooper Kupp

Demarcus Robinson


Puka Nacua

Jordan Whittington


Tutu Atwell

Tyler Johnson


Tyler Higbee

Davis Allen

Colby Parkinson


Alaric Jackson

Joe Noteboom


Jonah Jackson

KT Leveston


Steve Avila

Beaux Limmer


Kevin Dotson

Logan Bruss


Rob Havenstein

Warren McClendon Jr.


John Johnson III

Kamren Curl

Kamren Kinchens


Braden Fiske

Desjuan Johnson


Kobie Turner

Tyler Davis


Byron Young

Nick Hampton

Brennan Jackson


Jared Verse

Michael Hoecht

Ochaun Mathis


Tre'Davious White

Cameron McCutcheon


Russ Yeast

Kamren Kinchens

Jason Taylor II


Darious Williams

Derion Kendrick

Tre Tomlinson


Cobie Durant

Quentin Lake

Shaun Jolly

Cooper Kupp News

Cooper Kupp  • WR  •  Rams

Cooper Kupp Listed As Offseason Standout

ESPN's Sarah Barshop lists Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp as one of the team's most surprising offseason standouts, which even she admits is odd. Kupp, who was the 2021 receiving triple-crown winner, has played through significant injuries in each of the past two seasons. He finished 2023 with 59 catches for 737 yards and five touchdowns, his fewest receiving yards since 2018, when he played in only eight games. However, Kupp is healthy this offseason, and it showed on the practice field. Head coach Sean McVay said during organized team activities that he doesn't think "anyone really understands the amount of things [Kupp was] working through last season" with his injury and that the receiver has been able to build his body "from the ground up." Fantasy managers shouldn't be expecting the 2021 version of Kupp anymore, especially with Puka Nacua in the fold, but if he's healthy, he can still deliver value as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 in 2024.
Jun 29   
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Cooper Kupp Is Finally Healthy

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (hamstring) was limited to just 12 games in 2023 after dealing with a hamstring injury during the summer and averaged just 61.4 yards per game, the second-lowest mark of his career. He finished with 737 yards and five touchdowns, the second-fewest totals since he entered the league in 2017. Kupp did have four 100-yard games, but it was clear that he was never fully healthy last year. But the 30-year-old says he's fully healthy in 2024 and it's the first time in a while he's felt 100% during the offseason program. Kupp should be able to rebound with better health this year, but he's also no longer a spring chicken and will have to deal with the emergence of fellow receiver Puka Nacua, who had a phenomenal rookie campaign. It's hard to imagine Kupp returning to peak form when led the league in catches (145), yards (1,947) and touchdowns (16) in 2021.
Jun 6   
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Cooper Kupp Quiet In Wild-Card Loss

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp did not produce much in the team's 24-23 wildcard loss to the Detroit Lions. Kupp caught five of his nine targets for just 27 yards. In his final game of the season, he finished with the sixth-most receiving yards on the team and did not end on a strong note. It has been clear that rookie WR Puka Nacua has overtaken Kupp as the team's number one receiver and that should be expected to remain going forward. Consider the former All-Pro as a high-end WR2 in fantasy drafts next season.
Jan 15   
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Cooper Kupp Back In Playoff Action

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp has taken a backseat to rookie phenom Puka Nacua this season. While Kupp has still had some big games and has been a solid option, he does not offer the same ceiling he once did. However, he has been one of the most dominant playoff performers in recent history. Through six playoff game appearances, the 30-year-old has averaged over 100 receiving yards and one touchdown per game. The team now faces the Detroit Lions on Sunday, who have allowed the third-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers this season. While Nacua should still be considered the number one, Kupp is a great DFS option this week.
Jan 14   
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Cooper Kupp To Rest Up In Week 18

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp will be held out of the Week 18 contest versus the San Francisco 49ers. The Rams are choosing to rest Kupp, quarterback Matthew Stafford, running back Kyren Williams and defensive tackle Aaron Donald despite the fact that they could fall to the No. 7 seed in the NFC with a loss this weekend. Kupp thus finishes his 2023 season with 59 catches on 95 targets for 737 yards and five touchdowns in 12 games played. He put up slightly better numbers in 2022 despite playing in three fewer games, making this year a pretty big disappointment after missing the first four games of the year due to an injury suffered in training camp. With Kupp resting in Week 18, rookie Puka Nacua, Demarcus Robinson and Tutu Atwell will have bigger roles, albeit with Carson Wentz throwing them the pigskin.
Jan 3   
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Cooper Kupp Gets In Endzone Despite Quiet Day

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp's fantasy day was saved by a touchdown in the team's 26-25 win against the New York Giants. Kupp caught four of his six targets for 27 yards through the air and a touchdown. After getting in the endzone during the first half, Kupp caught just one pass through the entire second half of the game. It has become evident that the All-Pro receiver will not be targeted as heavily as he once was, considering the emergence of rookie phenom Puka Nacua. Treat Kupp as a mid-range WR2 in his Week 18 matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.
Jan 1   
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Cooper Kupp A Low-End WR1 In Week 17

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp has played every offensive snap over the last two weeks and looked completely healthy. Over the last four games, Kupp is averaging seven catches for just under 80 yards and a touchdown per game. After the worst stretch of his career, the All-Pro receiver has gotten back on track. He now faces the New York Giants in Week 17, who have allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers this season. Treat Kupp as a low-end WR1 with a relatively safe floor this week.
Dec 31   
Cooper Kupp  • WR  •  Rams

Cooper Kupp Targeted 12 Times

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp came into this game with a three-game touchdown streak on the line. The veteran wideout saw multiple chances to score in this game. Sadly, quarterback Matthew Stafford missed him on two red zone looks, which was certainly frustrating for fantasy managers. Kupp finished the day with six receptions on 12 targets for 52 yards in the win over the New Orleans Saints. Despite that somewhat disappointing performance, Kupp should remain a WR1 heading into next week's game versus the New York Giants.
Dec 22   
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Cooper Kupp A Must-Start As Fantasy Playoffs Continue

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp should be started in all fantasy leagues ahead of his Week 16 clash with the New Orleans Saints. While he's no longer the No. 1 fantasy receiver this season, the 30-year-old has been productive when healthy. He overcame a couple of underwhelming midseason games and has returned to must-start territory, amassing 22 catches, 265 yards, and three touchdowns over the last three weeks. As the Rams face the Saints on Thursday night, fantasy managers should be thrilled about the fact that Kupp seems to have found his stride late in the season.
Dec 21   
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Cooper Kupp Leads Team In Receiving Once Again

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp was productive in the team's Week 15 win against the Washington Commanders. Kupp caught all eight of his targets on the day for 111 yards and a touchdown. The score came on a 62-yard blown coverage deep ball in the third quarter. After an extremely frustrating stretch for the All-Pro receiver, he has put together three straight solid performances. Kupp is back to being an every-week WR1 regardless of the matchup. Treat him as such in a Thursday night matchup against the New Orleans Saints in Week 16.
Dec 18