endzoneview wrote:and here come the group thinkers right on cue.
Sure, you could look at the “snap counts” and “stats” and make a case he could have had a big year had he stayed healthy -
30 catches on 51 targets on 328 snaps in GB
68 catches on 101 targets on 787 snaps in Oak last year
but you dumdums would have been missing the point. Look at the play on the field and get back to us.
What were his redzone targets in GB? Did that correlate just as well?
There's always been an unrequitted Cook love-affair that only really paid out last year. If he goes to NO or NE, I think he'll be on the board later (unless his 'breakout' year last year bumps him up). I'm worried I'll pass him on this year like I passed on Kittle last year and didn't read the tea leaves.'
Raiders 2018- 16 targets, 10 completions, 4 TDs
Raiders 2017 - 11 targets, 2 completions, 2 TDs
GB - 10 targets, 6 completions, 1 TD