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Around the NFL: Cedrick Wilson

I will be interested to see where Cedrick Wilson is selected in the playoff competitions this week. When he’s filled in for Michael Gallup, there hasn’t been much dropoff at that position.  more »

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Podcast: January 4 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff close out the season and play #SUPPLYbyDEMAND one last time in ... erm ... "2021." Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (rtsports.com) and Affordable Trophies.  more »

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Podcast: December 29 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff review their full-season fantasy ventures ahead of one more big week, then try hard to give away three (!) great prizes in #SUPPLYbyDEMAND. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (rtsports.com) and Affordable Trophies.  more »

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Dec
2

Cowboys activate WR Cooper from Covid Reserve list

The Dallas Cowboys activated wide receiver AMARI COOPER from the Covid-19 Reserve list on Wednesday and he has a chance to play in tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup against the NewMore Orleans Saints. Cooper missed the Cowboys past two games but returned to the practice facility this week and the team has been monitoring his health. Less

Source: Team Website

Dec
1

Cowboys WR Cooper’s status uncertain for TNF

While team owner Jerry Jones suggested earlier this week that Dallas Cowboys wide receiver AMARI COOPER will be ready to roll for Thursday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints, theMore star wideout is reportedly not fully recovered from his recent bout with Covid. Head coach Mike McCarthy (who will miss TNF due to Covid) said that Cooper was “still not feeling the best” with the Thursday night game just two days away. Less

Source: SI.com

Factoid: Amari Cooper

Cowboys host the Raiders today, and it’s a game that would be more compelling if Amari Cooper were playing. He’s tended to come up big on games played on Thanksgiving.  more »

Mailbag: November 24, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Special Thanksgiving edition. Is Elijah Moore now the top receiver with the Jets? Is Ty Johnson worth a Week 12 waiver claim? Sputtering A.J. Brown. And more. more »

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Nov
22

Cowboys WR Lamb suffers concussion vs. Kansas City

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CEEDEE LAMB suffered a concussion late in the first half of Sunday’s game against Kansas City and did not return for the second half. The Cowboys haveMore a short week coming up, with the Las Vegas Raiders in town for Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game. Time will tell if Lamb can clear the NFL’s concussion protocol on a short week. The Cowboys will already be without fellow wide receiver AMARI COOPER for Turkey Day, as the veteran wideout is expected to miss the game on the Covid-19 Reserve list. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Sep
21

Cowboys WR Cooper dealing with bruised ribs

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver AMARI COOPER is dealing with bruised ribs sustained in Sunday’s win over the Los Angeles Chargers. Head coach Mike McCarthy said the team would wait to seeMore on Wednesday how Cooper is feeling and if he might miss any time. The Cowboys get an extra day of rest before next Monday’s home opener against the Eagles, so hopefully the added time allows Cooper to heal. Less

Source: Team Website

Andy Richardson: Thursday Night Recap

Now THAT is the way to kick off an NFL season. It was pretty clear from the git-go that defense wasn't going to be a staple of this game. It's a reminder that while the Bucs have an elite fantasy defense and Tampa Bay just won a Super Bowl, this was still a bottom-10 pass defense, that lost a key defensive back early on. There will be offense on both sides in their games. Let's get to it.   more »

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Aug
19

Cowboys WR Cooper hoping to play this weekend

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver AMARI COOPER was activated off the physically unable to perform (PUP) list last week and is hoping to play in Saturday’s preseason game against the Houston Texans.More Cooper has been working his way back after a setback in his recovery from ankle surgery after last season. While the surgery was successful in increasing his mobility, it also came with some bone inflammation that hampered the recovery process. Cooper sounds like he is ready to roll. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
8

Cowboys not concerned about WR Cooper’s bum ankle

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver AMARI COOPER is still recovering from a January clean-up procedure and subsequent setback, but the team reiterated that there are no concerns about his availability for theMore upcoming season. Cooper is expected to be “cutting it close” for the start of training camp later this month. If Cooper is not ready for the start of camp, he is expected to be available shortly thereafter. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jun
10

Cowboys WR Cooper dealing with bum ankle

Dallas wide receiver AMARI COOPER is nursing an ankle injury this offseason that could cause him to miss the start of training camp. The ankle reportedly started bothering Cooper a fewMore weeks ago and he has not been participating in minicamp as a result. Cooper could start training camp on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list due to the bothersome ankle. Less

Source: Team Blog

Dec
28

Cowboys offense breaks out vs. Eagles

Dallas quarterback ANDY DALTON had his best game as a Cowboy on Sunday, throwing for 377 yards and 3 touchdowns against the Philadelphia Eagles. Three different receivers – MICHAEL GALLUP, AMARIMore COOPER, and CEEDEE LAMB – each had a catch of at least 50 yards. Gallup caught 2 touchdowns, while Lamb had a touchdown reception and a touchdown run. Meanwhile, running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT suited-up and topped 100 rushing yards against the Eagles. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Amari Cooper

Dallas is playing at Baltimore this week, and that contributes to Amari Cooper looking like a very modest option for good stats. His best games have tended to come at home.  more »

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