He caught one pass for 8 yards against Baltimore on Sunday. And he has now failed to eclipse 9 receiving yards in a game since Week 2, despite 15 targets during the three-game span. Despite Cooper’s atrocious start to the season, it’s hard to imagine this continuing much longer. Cooper — a first-round pick in 2015 — is one of only three wide receivers in NFL history to post two 1,000-yard receiving seasons prior to turning 23 years old (Mike Evans and Randy Moss are the others).
Cooper, who turned 23 in June, has been on the field for 91 percent of the Raiders’ snaps, including 95 percent of the pass plays this season. Both are career-high marks. His target share (21 percent) is down only slightly from 22 percent in 2015 and 23 percent in 2016. Cooper makes for a strong buy-low target, especially with Derek Carr due back this week.
0.5 percent chance. An 0-5 start has dropped the Giants to a less than 1 percent chance of making the playoffs. If you think the offense has been bad so far, just wait to see what we’ll be saying after they play back-to-back games against the Broncos and Seahawks without Odell Beckham Jr.
<0.1 percent chance. It took the Browns five games just to take a lead in a game. Technically, they have some chance of making the playoffs, but according to FPI, that chance is below 0.1 percent. At least the Indians are still looking good.
Reese's draft record is abysmal by any measure. Only four of the 46 players the Giants selected in Reese's first six years as GM made it to second contracts with the team. Miss after mid-round miss over that time left the roster so hollowed out by 2013 that the team endured three straight losing seasons and let go of longtime coach Tom Coughlin. Building through the draft is the most important part of an NFL GM's job, and Reese has shown absolutely no ability to do it.
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