Cooper started the season with 16 catches for 238 yards and four touchdowns in his first three games. He added 11-226-1 against the Packers in Week 5, but after that, he was pretty spotty for the rest of the season, posting 13.8 fantasy points (PPR) or more in six of 11 games, but scoring 6.8 or fewer points in the other five games. This resulted in a No. 9 overall finish, but he was just the No. 33 receiver from Week 6 to Week 17. He was dealing with an ankle injury and was out-produced by Michael Gallup, but the franchise felt strongly enough about Cooper to reward him with a five-year deal worth $100 million this offseason. While Gallup’s stock has taken a hit after the Cooper contract and the arrival of CeeDee Lamb, Cooper’s targets look like they’re under serious pressure and I just don’t think he’s worthy of a third round pick given the receiver talent available in the fourth round and later.