Sell Brandin Cooks while you can

Kevin Cole takes a deeper look at target share trends to find players you should be buying or selling before their values catch up with reality.

| 2 years ago
(AP Photo/Bill Haber, File)

(AP Photo/Bill Haber, File)

Sell Brandin Cooks while you can

We’re back to take a look at target share data through Week 10. Last week we told you that Mike Evans would dominate down the stretch, two weeks ago we guessed that Amari Cooper would see more targets than Michael Crabtree going forward (he has), and before that we called Alshon Jeffery an undervalued league-winner.

With an additional week of data, we’re going to continue comparing year-long target shares and those of the last two weeks. I’m going to focus on a handful of teams’ target shares and point to some receivers we may want to acquire or sell in order to take advantage of a burgeoning trend in usage.

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  • Paige Taylor

    BUF plays NE this week, not KC…

    • Andy Vinakos

      lmfao. These articles…

      • Vic Hedges

        I find too many of these mistakes too for a site supposedly dedicated to a more thorough, detailed statistical analysis relative to other fantasy sites.

  • evo34

    Worth noting that NO has a great fantasy playoff sked, so I would only sell Cooks for top dollar in a head-to-head league…

  • Vic Hedges

    Also, another way to look at Brandin Cooks is to see that he has averaged 5 receptions in his last 3 games but also averaged 5 receptions his first 7 games. He has averaged 20 more yards per game in his last three but maybe that’s because his aDOT is greater than it was in his first 7 games?? Or because he had the 60-yard catch-and-run TD last week.