The first four weeks of the 2020 season (with a healthy Dak Prescott at quarterback) gave us a glimpse as to how Gallup will fit in with CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper. In 2019, Gallup had an average depth of target of 13.5 and in the first four games of 2020, that metric jumped to 17.6, which was the sixth-highest in the league in that span. He averaged 3.3 catches (6.0 targets) for 69 yards and 0.25 touchdowns for a solid 10.0 PPG in half-PPR formats. Those are solid WR3 numbers, while Gallup is being drafted as a low-end WR3 as the 36th receiver off the board. He offers major injury upside if anything were to happen to Lamb or Cooper, though his week-to-week floor will be pretty low given the “deep shot” nature of his role in the offense.