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Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby SmoothBWCriminal » Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:40 pm

What's everyone's opinions of him this year? Will McNabb give him great value, or will Fred Davis cut into his touches? Would love to hear thoughts about him. I have him in my PPR league as my only TE at the moment.
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby Guru13 » Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:45 pm

I like him. Definitely a decent starter, I think. Maybe not top 5, but good numbers - mcnabb likes his tight ends.
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby AsianChexMix » Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:19 am

I think his numbers will outproduce where he is being drafted. I would have NO issues taking him as a TE late. It'll be hard to make it to top 5 but I think he's a lock for top 10. Look what McNabb and Celek did and sad to say, Cooley is the best receiver in Washington. The only problem is having Fred Davis as well and that he might take some endzone touches away from him. It's not a major problem as you are getting great value this year in grabbing him in the later rounds. To be honest, the Redskins are a real value from where they are being drafted.

Then again, this can also be a little bit of homer coming in from me. ;)
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby SetYourselfFree » Fri Sep 03, 2010 9:25 am

Likely 800-1000 yards and 6+ TD. He's also a safe bet to accumulate these numbers. I'm slightly more comfortable with him than Kellen Winslow or T-Gon. He's not the safest option in terms of injury risk as he did have a season ending injury early last season but he's 100% healthy now and nothing suggests he'll be a significant injury risk this year. I like him a lot this year and drafted him in all my deep leagues at what I consider a great value.
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby biju » Fri Sep 03, 2010 9:31 am

I think a lot of people are scared off by him because it's been a long time since his name has been mentioned as a stud TE. In 2008 he only had 1 TD but otherwise his numbers were pretty good. But if he's slowed down by injury there's no reason the Redskins would play him injured with Fred Davis behind him.

I guess what I'm trying to say is his draft spot is about where it should be. He's a high upside guy.
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby thejusman1 » Fri Sep 03, 2010 2:17 pm

I love Cooley at his ADP. I'm ignoring all the elite tight-ends and making sure I get either Cooley or Zach Miller late in every draft.
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby justinj312 » Sat Sep 04, 2010 1:18 am

I read somewhere that Wash is spreading him out almost like a
WR, ala D Clark.
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Re: Chris Cooley's Value for 2010

Postby BottomLines » Sat Sep 04, 2010 8:36 am

thejusman1 wrote:I love Cooley at his ADP. I'm ignoring all the elite tight-ends and making sure I get either Cooley or Zach Miller late in every draft.


Me too. I've got Cooley on both my money teams... ;-D
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