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Are you kidding? I dont like amari much, but he was VERY SOLID. 5-58-1 6-75-0 3-36- bad game 8-180-2  8-76-0 10-217-3 4-32-0- 11 yards rushing- bad game 4-20- b

Interestingly, there is a "Cooper" health institute that has a study on Plantar Fasciitis: https://www.cooperhealth.org/services/plantar-fasciitis  It would seem to me that with sufficient rest,

Insanely bad takes. You can't count his first 6 games with the raiders, because that gives NO context to how he will do with the cowboys in 2019. The two playoff games were with the team and when they

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7 minutes ago, colepenhagen said:

I was surprised he didn't get much love. checked every box preseason. good line, balanced offense, good qb, #1 wr with limited competition for targets, thats not even talking about the talent of coop.

Wasn’t a fan of Dak in the preseason, tbh. The biggest check of all was missing for me personally. Glad my other choices were gone.

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5 hours ago, colepenhagen said:

I was surprised he didn't get much love. checked every box preseason. good line, balanced offense, good qb, #1 wr with limited competition for targets, thats not even talking about the talent of coop.

Not just that but he became a WR1 the moment he got traded to a real team. And it's not like he wasn't a WR1 before Oakland started falling apart around him. 

 

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2 minutes ago, abachar said:

What are the thoughts on him ROS?  2 good matchups in a row and then 3, possibly 4 brutal ones

Cooper IS the brutal matchup.

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9 minutes ago, oliminator123 said:

What are the brutal ones? Other than week 12, none of them scare me. 

 

New England and Buffalo back to back (Gilmore and Tre'Davious White), then the Bears (tough but beatable secondary), then the Rams (Ramsey)

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1 hour ago, abachar said:

What are the thoughts on him ROS?  2 good matchups in a row and then 3, possibly 4 brutal ones

easily a top 10 receiver ROS.  Throw these names in a hat and randomly pick the order.  Amari, Julio, M Thomas, Hopkins, Kupp, Adams, Tyreek, Evans, Godwin

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2 hours ago, abachar said:

 

New England and Buffalo back to back (Gilmore and Tre'Davious White), then the Bears (tough but beatable secondary), then the Rams (Ramsey)

I guess it's a little concerning.  But so far, Cooper has been able to get open against everyone he's gone against.  including GB's Alexander.

And not just a little open but wide open.   I just can't see him being shut down for a full game.  

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On 11/4/2019 at 5:52 PM, DerrickHenrysCleats said:

Reminiscing of the times I called Amari Cooper's talent better than OBJ's.

 

People would throw up at the idea of owning OBJ over Amari now.

 

 

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While true, it also depends on the system you're in. Amari was in a bad system in Oakland. OBJ is in a bad system in Cleveland. Strangely, he had a good thing in NY with Eli

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9 minutes ago, munygon2 said:

 

 

 

Amari Cooper (knee) is visiting a doctor to go over his MRI and won't practice Thursday.

Cooper is reportedly expected to play in Week 10 against the Vikings, but he's clearly not operating at 100 percent. Cooper (unbeknownst to media) suffered a knee injury in practice last week and re-aggravated it after stumping his knee into the turf Monday night. If healthy, continue to treat the Cowboys' undisputed No. 1 pass-game target as a high-end WR1. Michael Gallup, Randall Cobb and a mix of Cedrick Wilson and Tavon Austin would likely work in 3-WR sets if Cooper is ultimately sideline

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12 minutes ago, iretirefromfantasy said:

 

 

Amari Cooper (knee) is visiting a doctor to go over his MRI and won't practice Thursday.

Cooper is reportedly expected to play in Week 10 against the Vikings, but he's clearly not operating at 100 percent. Cooper (unbeknownst to media) suffered a knee injury in practice last week and re-aggravated it after stumping his knee into the turf Monday night. If healthy, continue to treat the Cowboys' undisputed No. 1 pass-game target as a high-end WR1. Michael Gallup, Randall Cobb and a mix of Cedrick Wilson and Tavon Austin would likely work in 3-WR sets if Cooper is ultimately sideline

The fact that he is meeting with Dr. is worrisome. 

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if MRI was clean there'd be no need to miss practice and meet with a doctor in person. i wonder if he has something similar to what Gallup had earlier this season... and perhaps they are meeting to talk about whether to trim (the 2-4 week procedure) or do something else (maybe nothing?).... note im not a doctor i just play one on forums

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1 hour ago, boredster said:

if MRI was clean there'd be no need to miss practice and meet with a doctor in person. i wonder if he has something similar to what Gallup had earlier this season... and perhaps they are meeting to talk about whether to trim (the 2-4 week procedure) or do something else (maybe nothing?).... note im not a doctor i just play one on forums

 

Luckily I'm a Doctor and I concur! 

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