Riley Cooper goes off again, becomes a fantasy must-add player

Brian Bahr

Riley Cooper is quickly getting on the same page as Nick Foles. We break down the fantasy implications.

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper caught three balls on five targets for 103 yards and two scores in a 27-13 victory over the Green Bay Packers.

He caught three TDs last week in Nick Foles' amazing day in Oakland and brought his season total up to seven with today's gem.

His TDs were both long plays, which has been his calling card. His first one was a post route that was caught on the one-yard line and Cooper rolled into the end zone for a 45-yard. The ball was terribly underthrown and Cooper did a nice job adjusting to make the catch. His second one was a wide-open ball down the left sideline and Foles hit him in stride for the 32-yard strike.

Fantasy impact: He may have been a second-round pick as a player caller, but Foles is one of the hottest quarterbacks in the league. With great quarterback play, comes great fantasy value. Cooper has been one of Foles' favorite targets and there is no sign of him slowing down. He's worth owning in all leagues following today's game.

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