Riley Cooper: Week 16 Fantasy Outlook

Bleacher Report AdministratorSenior Analyst IIDecember 17, 2013

Cooper is still seeing the targets, but he has not found the results of late. Perhaps he is no longer sneaking up on teams since his dynamic tag-team performance with Nick Foles during the middle of the season, when the pair joined forces to connect on five touchdowns over a two-week span.
Cooper has been targeted 30 times over the past four games, but has managed to catch just 13 passes for 188 yards over that span. He has also been held out of the end zone in each of those four contests. The opportunities are there, but Cooper hasn't been able to cash in on them. Against a Chicago Bear squad that is better against the pass than the run, Cooper may not be the best fantasy option.