WR, Dallas CowboysHeight 6'2" Weight 200
DOB 1999-04-08 Age 23.3
2022 Fantasy RankingsOverall # 21 · WR # 5 (Tier 2)
ADP (12-team PPR): 2.04, 17th
|3||Ja'Marr Chase, CIN||10||22.4||1.09||17.9|
I could almost copy and paste the same note for Chase as for Jefferson. Not quite as many have Chase as the WR1, but would it surprise? Last year's rookie numbers came after an entire year off from football! More talented options to share the ball with on the Bengals puts Chase third for me, but it is very close.
|4||Davante Adams, LV||6||29.6||1.11||21.5|
This is a tough one. A downgrade at QB and a much better receiving corps around him now than Adams had with the Packers. He will still be the alpha, but probably not peppered with targets as much. On the plus side, the Raiders should be in plenty of shootouts in their division. I'm comfortable with Adams but most likely go in a different direction (RB) in drafts.
|5||CeeDee Lamb, DAL||9||23.3||2.04||14.2|
I'm on the fence about Lamb, and leaning to no, I'll let someone else draft him. Late last season I faded him in my weekly rankings many times which worked out. Maybe I'll be proven wrong but I just don't see him as a high volume WR you want at this point in the draft, and he hasn't been a big touchdown guy yet either. Scored 6 each of his first two seasons.
|6||Stefon Diggs, BUF||7||28.7||2.01||16.8|
Feels like a safe, reliable, top WR option, and there is nothing wrong with that. One hopes the Bills offense continues business as usual, but the loss of OC Brian Daboll raises concerns. Through good times or bad, QB Josh Allen will lean heavily on his most reliable receiver, Diggs.
|7||Mike Evans, TB||11||28.9||2.12||16.3|
Evans is a big touchdown guy, since Tom Brady came to town. With the unforgettable departure of Antonio Brown, no more Gronk, and Chris Godwin unlikely to start the season, Brady should lean on Evans. Don't reach for Evans but he should be a reliable, consistent performer, particularly early in the season.
2 2021 season, PPR scoring
Fantasy News Last 90 Days
CeeDee Lamb The Team's Clear No. 1 Option
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is the team's clear No. 1 receiver entering the 2022 season with Amari Cooper in Cleveland and Michael Gallup (knee) not expected to be ready for Week 1. "CeeDee is a guy that wants the ball, expects the ball," quarterback Dak Prescott said. "When one guy is on him he's not covered in his head. And I appreciate that and like that. So I think in that sense yeah, as offensive coordinator Kellen Moore said, we'll feature him. Some plays will be designed to get it to him but in a case where everybody is one on one across the board, yeah, he's our guy to go to." The 23-year-old will draw plenty of attention from defenses, but he'll also see a bigger target share and should be a strong WR1 target in fantasy drafts.Aug 5 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
Ceedee Lamb Expected To Be Ready For Training Camp
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (hamstring) was forced to miss minicamp due to injury. However, the Cowboys have downplayed the injury and believe he'll be ready for the beginning of training camp. The Cowboys are without three of their top four wideouts right now, but luckily there is plenty of time before the season begins. The plan is for Lamb to workout with quarterback Dak Prescott in July. The organization mentioned he likely would've practiced if it was the regular season. That being said, it sounds like the team is being extra cautious with their stud wideout. Fantasy managers shouldn't have anything to worry about right now.Jun 19 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
CeeDee Lamb Out With Hamstring Injury
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (hamstring) was missing from the team's minicamp practices this week due to a minor hamstring injury. James Washington (foot), Noah Brown (hamstring) and Michael Gallup (knee) also remained out. Lamb and Washington seemed certain that they would be ready for training camp next month. The wideout absences allowed rookie Jalen Tolbert, Simi Fehoko and rookie Dennis Houston to run with the first-team offense. Fantasy managers shouldn't be concerned at all with Lamb's injury at this point in the offseason. With Amari Cooper now in Cleveland, the 23-year-old will be Dallas' unquestioned No. 1 pass-catcher after he produced his first 1,000-yard season in 2021. Lamb is a no-doubt WR1 this year in fantasy.Jun 17 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
Jerry Jones: CeeDee Lamb An "Upgrade"
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb has high expectations heading into the season. With Amari Cooper now in Cleveland, Lamb is clearly the top wideout on the depth chart. You won't hear Jerry Jones complain about this. In fact, the owner believes having Lamb as the No. 1 target for Dak Prescott is an "upgrade" over Cooper. Lamb finished last year by hauling in 79 catches for 1,102 yards and six touchdowns. It's clear the 23-year-old is ready to embrace his role. He'll also draw plenty of interest from fantasy managers, likely getting drafted in most leagues somewhere in the second or third round. Yet, Lamb has the capability to return first-round value in any format.May 27 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
CeeDee Lamb Gains Some Muscle
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb said that he grew half an inch and gained 10 pounds of muscle in the offseason. "I've been ready. That's just me and my competitiveness. That's in my nature. I'm always ready for my name to be called," Lamb said when asked if he's ready to take over as the team's No. 1 receiver this year. The 23-year-old will be asked to take on a bigger role with Amari Cooper now in Cleveland and with Michael Gallup (knee) questionable to be ready for the start of the regular season. Lamb made the Pro Bowl in 2021 in his second season, catching 79 of his 120 targets for 1,102 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games (13 starts). He should be a lock for another 1,000-yard season in 2022, barring an injury.May 26 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
Receiving: 22, 49, 1, 35, 13, 9
Receiving: 43, 5, 20, 4, 52
Kickoff Return: 47