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Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
The biggest question facing Cooper is target share. Dak Prescott’s Week 5 injury kept us from getting a full read on how CeeDee Lamb’s arrival would impact that in 2020. The rookie had no negative impact on that area for Cooper vs. 2019’s results, though. And Dallas has leaned pass more since Cooper arrived than it did before. A continuation of last year’s plus-60% passing share would grow the target pie and help Cooper vs. other top fantasy WRs with higher market-share ceilings.
A crowded Cowboys offense does add some risk to Cooper, especially his week-to-week scoring. But we’re betting on him staying ahead of Lamb in fantasy output this year. Cooper looks appropriately priced at his high-WR2 ADP (Round 4).