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Jan 7, 2024 6 39 15 1 9
Dec 30, 2023 5 60 21 1 12
Dec 24, 2023 2 14 8 1 7
Dec 17, 2023 2 10 8 0 1
Dec 10, 2023 2 37 30 0 3

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2024
2023 54 657 12.17 8 35 7.00 1096.8
2022 57 699 12.26 3 7 3.50 826.3
3y Avg. 67 798 11.91 6 21 7.00 1087.2
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Scores eight TDs in 2023

    Cooks caught 54 of 81 targets for 657 yards and eight touchdowns over 16 regular-season games in 2023. He added 35 rushing yards on five carries. The veteran speedster was brought in last offseason to provide more consistent support in the passing game for CeeDee Lamb, but Cooks was basically invisible through his first month as a Cowboy. Cooks' production began to pick up once he scored his first TD of the season Week 6 against the Chargers, but the 30-year-old still finished the campaign with his lowest yardage total over a 16-game slate. Despite that fact, his eight scores were his most since 2016. Cooks will get a $3 million bonus if he's still on the roster March 17, so he's a candidate to be cut before then, but his $8 million salary for 2024 is reasonable given his role.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Finds end zone in Week 18 win

    Cooks caught six of eight passes for 39 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Commanders. The veteran wideout put the finishing touches on the rout with Dallas' final TD of the day on a five-yard pass from Dak Prescott late in the third quarter. Cooks had a sluggish start to his Cowboys tenure and ended up well short of reaching 1,000 receiving yards for the seventh time in his career, but his eight receiving touchdowns were his highest mark since 2016. Five of those scores came in the last seven games, and Cooks could find pay dirt again in the wild-card round as Dallas hosts a vulnerable Green Bay secondary.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Sleeper WRs

    It's risky to trust Cooks on the road, but he's got a great matchup in Week 18 at Washington and should be a useful No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. Cooks has topped 10 PPR points just twice on the road this season, which was in Week 6 at the Chargers (15 PPR points) and Week 16 at Miami (10.3 PPR points). But at home he's scored at least 14.2 PPR points in five of his past six outings in Dallas. That includes Week 12 against the Commanders when he had four catches for 72 yards and a touchdown on five targets, and he could replicate that level of production in the rematch. In their past five games, Washington has allowed eight receivers to score at least 14.7 PPR points, including three duos to reach that mark (CeeDee Lamb and Cooks in Week 12, Cooper Kupp and Demarcus Robinson in Week 15 and Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel in Week 17). Look for Lamb and Cooks to both play well in Week 18.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    It's risky to trust Cooks on the road, but he's got a great matchup in Week 18 at Washington and should be a useful No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. Cooks has topped 10 PPR points just twice on the road this season, which was in Week 6 at the Chargers (15 PPR points) and Week 16 at Miami (10.3 PPR points). But at home he's scored at least 14.2 PPR points in five of his past six outings in Dallas. That includes Week 12 against the Commanders when he had four catches for 72 yards and a touchdown on five targets, and he could replicate that level of production in the rematch. In their past five games, Washington has allowed eight receivers to score at least 14.7 PPR points, including three duos to reach that mark (CeeDee Lamb and Cooks in Week 12, Cooper Kupp and Demarcus Robinson in Week 15 and Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel in Week 17). Look for Lamb and Cooks to both play well in Week 18.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Significant invovlement in offense

    Cooks recorded five receptions on eight targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 20-19 win over the Lions. Cooks managed his highest target total since Week 10 and delivered one of his better performances of the season. He managed a pair of 21-yard receptions to account for most of his production, and he capped his evening off with an eight-yard touchdown catch that helped put the Cowboys up for good. Cooks is likely to continue to see inconsistent volume throughout the final week of the regular season and into the postseason, but he's shown the ability to deliver when called upon.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Sleeper WRs

    Cooks comes into Week 17 against Detroit having scored a touchdown in four of his past five home games, and the one game where he failed to reach the end zone in Dallas over that span was Week 14 against Philadelphia where he was tackled at the 1-yard line on one of his two receptions. Cooks scored a rare road touchdown in Week 16 at Miami, and he'll need to score to help your Fantasy team. He has four catches or less in six games in a row and 45 yards or less in five of his past six outings. He also hasn't topped six targets in six-consecutive contests. The Lions are No. 7 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and seven receivers have scored at least 12.1 PPR points against Detroit in the past five games. Cook is worth using as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues in this matchup at home.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Salvages Week 16 with late TD

    Cooks recorded two catches (on two targets) for 14 yards and one touchdown and also had a nine-yard carry during Sunday's 22-20 loss at Miami. Fellow wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (6-118-1 on Sunday) continued to dominate the attention of quarterback Dak Prescott, as the former was on the receiving end of 10 of the latter's 32 passes. Meanwhile, Cooks matched his lowest target count in a game this season. Fortunately for the 10-year pro, he tallied his sixth touchdown of the campaign on an eight-yard connection with Prescott late in the fourth quarter, and Cooks will look to add to his number of scores Saturday versus a Lions defense that has given up the fourth-most TDs (19) to opposing wide receivers in 15 contests to date.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: WRs to Sit

    Cooks had two catches for 10 yards on six targets in Week 15 at Buffalo, and he continues to struggle on the road. He's now averaging just 5.3 PPR points in seven outings outside of Dallas, and he should have another down game at Miami. Only four receivers have scored at least 10.5 PPR points against the Dolphins in their past four games, and CeeDee Lamb and Jake Ferguson are the only pass catchers I would trust for the Cowboys in this matchup in Week 16.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Records just 10 yards

    Cooks recorded two receptions on six targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 31-10 loss to the Bills. Cooks' six targets were his highest mark since Week 10, though he turned in a dismal performance. His day could have turned out differently had Dak Prescott been able to connect with him on a deep pass on the Cowboys' first offensive possession, but instead he was limited to short-area targets for the rest of the game. With CeeDee Lamb accounting for so many targets in the offense, Cooks will likely remain an inconsistent contributor for the rest of the season.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Suiting up in Week 15

    Cooks (illness) is listed as active Sunday at Buffalo, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Cooks came down with an illness Thursday, which forced him to miss the last two practices of Week 15 prep. There was an expectation from Cowboys president Jerry Jones that Cooks would be able to suit up Sunday, per Archer, and the wide receiver indeed is available. Since Dallas' Week 7 bye, Cooks has displayed a nice rapport with quarterback Dak Prescott, reeling in 26 of 34 targets for 425 yards and four touchdowns over the last seven games.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Expected to play

    Cooks (illness), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Buffalo, is expected to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Cooks didn't practice Thursday or Friday due to the illness, but he looks like he'll be able to give it a go Sunday, even if he happens to be less than 100 percent healthy. Confirmation on the wideout's status will arrive when Dallas releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the game's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Listed as questionable

    Cooks (illness) didn't practice Thursday or Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Buffalo, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. While a second straight practice absence isn't ideal, Cowboys president Jerry Jones said Friday morning that he isn't too worried about any of the four players listed with illnesses on the Week 15 injury report. Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports that Mike McCarthy had a similar outlook, though Cooks and CB Stephon Gilmore didn't return to practice Friday. Fantasy managers should make sure Cooks isn't on the inactive list 90 minutes before the 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff this Sunday. If Cooks doesn't play, both Jalen Tolbert (illness, questionable) and Michael Gallup would project for more snaps than usual.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Should be fine

    Cowboys president Jerry Jones isn't too worried about Cooks (illness) missing Sunday's game at Buffalo, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Four Cowboys missed Thursday's practice because of illnesses, but Jones wasn't too worried about any of them during his Friday morning radio appearance. It sounds like Cooks is still on track for Sunday, though he might end up getting a designation on the final injury report Friday afternoon.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: WRs to Sit

    Cooks nearly had a touchdown in Week 14 against Philadelphia, but he fell just short of the goal line. Had he scored, that would have been a touchdown in five home games in a row. On the road, Cooks has been terrible, averaging 5.7 PPR points in six outings outside of Dallas. He also hasn't had more than five targets in any of his past four games, and he's a questionable No. 3 Fantasy receiver for Week 15 at Buffalo.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Limited to two catches Sunday

    Cooks had two receptions on five targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 33-13 win over the Eagles. Cooks cooled off following a torrid four-game stretch that produced 332 yards and three touchdowns for fantasy managers. The five targets weren't abnormal based on the veteran's recent results, but his 40 percent catch rate Sunday was. Cooks will look to get back on track following a down week when the Cowboys visit the Bills next Sunday.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    I want pieces of the Cowboys offense in their showdown against the Eagles and Cooks has been pretty productive lately. He's scored in each of his past two, three of his past four and five of his past seven -- and in that jumbled correlation he's also managed to hit paydirt in four straight games at home. To be fair, that touchdown production has covered up an ugly target share this season -- he's had 20%-plus of the looks from Prescott just once all year and over 15% just five times. He also had one catch in his last game against Philly. But this Eagles pass defense has continued to struggle, especially with speed. To that end, Philly has allowed multiple scores to wide receivers in four of its past five games. They'll be hard-pressed to find a solution in this game. I have Cooks right on the border of a WR 2/3 in PPR as someone I'd start over Cooper Kupp, DeAndre Hopkins and Calvin Ridley.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: WRs to Start

    Cooks is worth starting as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues in Week 14. He has scored a touchdown in each of his past four home games, with at least 14.2 PPR points in each outing. He has five targets or less in each of his past three games, which is a little frustrating, but this is a great matchup against the Eagles. Philadelphia is No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and five receivers have scored at least 13.4 PPR points against the Eagles in the past two games. CeeDee Lamb and Cooks have the chance for huge stat lines in Week 14.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Productive despite modest totals

    Cooks secured all four targets for 45 yards and a touchdown and added a two-point conversion catch in the Cowboys' 41-35 win over the Seahawks on Thursday night. Cooks made good use of his relatively light night, posting Dallas' second-longest reception (19 yards), recording a seven-yard scoring grab and making a key two-point conversion catch after the Cowboys' final touchdown to extend the lead to three points. The veteran wideout has now crossed the goal line in three of the past four games, a favorable pattern he'll look to extend in a critical Week 14 home matchup against the Eagles on Sunday night, Dec. 10.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Cooks is getting hot at the right time with at least 14.2 PPR points in four of his past six games. Dak Prescott is on fire right now, and Cooks' production has helped in a major way. It would be nice if Cooks got more than five targets in a game, and the one time that happened was Week 10 against the Giants when Cooks had 10 targets for nine catches, 173 yards and a touchdown, but that's not something you can rely on. What has happened is Cooks has scored in each of his past three games at home, and I like him as a high-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues.
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  • Cowboys' Brandin Cooks: Finds end zone again Thursday

    Cooks caught four of five targets for 72 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 45-10 rout of the Commanders. Despite the low target volume, Cooks led the Cowboys in receiving yards as Dak Prescott spread the ball around and completed passes to 10 different players. The veteran speedster was also on the end of the second of four Prescott TD passes on the day, a 31-yard toss in the second quarter on which a wide-open Cooks didn't seem to have a defender within five yards of him. After a slow start to his Dallas tenure, he's found the end zone four times in the last six games, although his Thanksgiving performance was only the second time all year he's topped 50 receiving yards. Cooks will look to keep rolling in Week 13 against the Seahawks.
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