Michael Gallup

Michael Gallup Fantasy

Healthy
1 53rd
TDs
2020
371 19th
2020
2.0 48th
2020
Height / Weight
6'1" / 198 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
March 4, 1996 (24)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2018 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 81 (DAL)
College
Colorado State

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Game Logs

Michael Gallup News

Michael Gallup Likely To Continue As A Field-Stretcher

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup's role in the offense likely won't change much with the switch from Dak Prescott (ankle) to Andy Dalton under center. Gallup continues to fall behind Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb, as he has seen just 34 targets this season compared to Cooper's 65 and Lamb's 50. Gallup does lead the team and is fourth in the league in average depth of target though, so he's still going to have some big fantasy weeks. He's settling into a boom-or-bust role, but with Andy Dalton under center, that could be a lot more bust than boom for the rest of the season. He checks in somewhere in the WR4 ranks for a matchup against the Washington Football Team in Week 7.

Oct. 21st • 5:22 PM
Michael Gallup Catches Two Passes In Week 6

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup caught only two passes in a Week 6 trouncing by the Arizona Cardinals. Gallup was targeted six times and dropped a potential first half touchdown, ending up with just 23 yards on the night. Gallup has become very much a boom-or-bust wide receiver, and with Andy Dalton under center in place of Dak Prescott (ankle), there are likely much more bust than boom weeks coming up.

Oct. 20th • 12:20 AM
Michael Gallup Settling Into A Boom-Or-Bust Role

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup has fallen behind rookie CeeDee Lamb in the wide receiver pecking order, but he remains a guy with plenty of upside. For what it's worth, Gallup was the target on three of quarterbackAndy Dalton's 11 pass attempts after he replaced Dak Prescott (ankle) in the Week 5 win over the Giants. Dalton will start in Week 6 and presumably for the rest of the season. If he starts targeting Gallup more, the wide receiver could re-establish himself as a high-end WR2, but for now he's a risky, low-volume/high-upside WR3 option.

Oct. 15th • 5:43 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