Jared Cook

Jared Cook Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'5" / 254 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 7, 1987 (33)
12th Season
2009 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 89 (TEN)
South Carolina

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Jared Cook A Solid TE1 This Week

New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook remains a valuable TE1 for this week's matchup against the Raiders. Even with Michael Thomas on the field last week, Cook paced the team with five receptions on seven targets for 80 yards. With Thomas now out a few weeks, the veteran Cook could see an even bigger role. The Raiders were quite vulnerable against tight ends last year, so Cook is a very strong option for this week.

Sep. 15th • 11:02 PM
Jared Cook Paces Team In Receiving Yards

New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook had a strong game for his team in a 34-23 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Cook was a bright spot in an otherwise sloppy day for the offense, as he caught five of seven targets for a game-high 80 receiving yards, including a big 46-yard reception. The 33-year-old finished second to only Alvin Kamara in targets and seemed to pick up where he left off last year as a big-play threat. Cook is probably not going to consistently see this kind of volume, especially considering Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders were barely involved in the game plan. Still, he's in a good position to build on this effort in Week 2 against his former team, the Raiders.

Sep. 13th • 10:50 PM
Jared Cook Dependent On Touchdowns In Week 1

New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook probably needs to find the end zone against Tampa Bay to justify starting him in Week 1. Cook did that a career-high nine times last season- including two against Tampa's defense- though he was not utilized as much in the red zone as one would think. Backup tight end Josh Hill actually recorded the same amount of red zone targets, 10, as Cook did. To be fair, Cook did miss some time to injury, but it shows that he was extremely efficient in his opportunities last year and that he pulled off several big plays. The Bucs defense allowed the ninth-most pass plays of 20 yards or more in 2019, so it is a pretty favorable matchup. Cook can be started, but just beware that his floor is lower than other low-end TE1s/high-end TE2s.

Sep. 10th • 1:59 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Drew Brees
Taysom Hill
RB Alvin Kamara
Latavius Murray
LWR Emmanuel Sanders
Marquez Callaway
RWR Tre'Quan Smith
Bennie Fowler
SWR Deonte Harris
Michael Thomas
TE Jared Cook
Josh Hill
LT Terron Armstead
LG Andrus Peat
Derrick Kelly
C Erik McCoy
Will Clapp
RG Cesar Ruiz
Nick Easton
RT Ryan Ramczyk
Ethan Greenidge
LDE Cameron Jordan
Carl Granderson
LDT David Onyemata
Sheldon Rankins
NT Malcom Brown
Shy Tuttle
RDE Trey Hendrickson
Marcus Davenport
SLB Kaden Elliss
Zack Baun
MLB Alex Anzalone
Craig Robertson
WLB Demario Davis
Chase Hansen
LCB Janoris Jenkins
P.J. Williams
SS Malcolm Jenkins
FS Marcus Williams
D.J. Swearinger
RCB Marshon Lattimore
Patrick Robinson
NB C.J. Gardner-Johnson
K Wil Lutz