Riley Cooper, WR, N/A
2015 Outlook: Bust (overvalued)Last updated on Aug-20-2015 by Shawn Childs
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The Eagles had a tough time getting Cooper the ball deep down the field in 2014. He had the 10th-most WR snaps but caught only 55 passes on 95 targets for 577 yards and three scores. He finished only one game with more than 60 receiving yards and never saw double-digit targets. Riley lost 7.3 yards per catch from his 2013 average of 17.8. In his career, Cooper has caught only 53 percent of his chances. He has enough size to have value at the goal line and enough speed to make big plays, but Riley often struggles to create separation. His snap count suggests better results, but his resume says he's worth considering as a bye-week fill-in only. At best, he'll catch 60 passes for 700 yards and a few TDs.
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