What's a "UTR fantasy player"?I think this guy will be an UTR fantasy player towards the end of the season, and I expect him to be the team's starting SWR in 2020.
What do you all think of him?
UTR = Under the Radar?What's a "UTR fantasy player"?
I think you'd need to have real deep benches to carry this guy for a number of reasons: 1) low volume passing attack (don't expect that to change anytime soon with Dak under center); 2) signed Randall Cobb to play the slot; 3) borderline talent. I can see keeping him on a "watch list" and tracking any news on him but he's probably even less likely than any end of the bench flier type to ever pan out.
I'm not saying there shouldn't be a thread about him - deep stashes are always of interest - but he's not really on my radar.
Uh, noHe’s been on the roster when they didn’t have anything at wr and failed to stand out, so I don’t see any reason for him to do it now. With a deep wr class I can see them taking a wr late that could even bump Wilson off the roster.
Fwiw the coaches had nothing but great things to say about him last year before he was injured.I stand corrected. I drafted him in an early draft last year but he seemed like a long shot from the get go. I thought he was drafted the year before.
Well, compared to how he throws it to outside receivers. Cooper can play outside, but he's also pretty darn good in the slot too.What makes you say this? I dont recall Dak ever having a fantasy relevant slot wr
I was just curious if you had actual stats to back this up, I guess notWell, compared to how he throws it to outside receivers. Cooper can play outside, but he's also pretty darn good in the slot too.
I guess I should have rephrased that to say that Dak likes throwing it to the quick/agile guys that can get separation. Typically, those are guys you find in the slot, but there are some that can play outside as well, that's true.
Yeah, it all depends on your settings. I usually play in deep dynasty league formats, that's why I said he's UTR. If this is standard redraft, then lolololol, no, don't add him to your watch list.I was just curious if you had actual stats to back this up, I guess not
Slot receivers seem to run short to intermediate routes, which the intermediate are where Dak is the worst
I cant see the Dallas Cowboys offense producing 3 fantasy relevant wrs and one of the top RBs.
I suppose it's worth adding.him to my watch list in case Cobb gets hurt all year, which could happen, and Gallup flops completely
Cedrick Wilson caught 5-of-7 targets for 107 yards and two touchdowns in the Cowboys' Week 3 loss to the Seahawks.
This stat line came out of nowhere and likely was just a product of game script. The Cowboys were chasing points for most of the game, forcing Dallas into more 4-WR sets than usual. Wilson was left open on a few plays and took those snaps to the house for scores. This likely will be a total outlier game for Wilson, but it's good to know he's the No. 4 receiver just in case Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, or CeeDee Lamb were to miss time.
Cedrick Wilson caught both of his targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Dallas' Week 4 win against the Panthers.
Wilson hauled in a wide open back-shoulder throw for a 23-yard touchdown in the third quarter, one of the Dak Prescott's three within that 15-minute span. Even with Amari Cooper (hamstring) banged up in the first half, though, Wilson mustered just two targets all afternoon. He continues to be a player best reserved for 14-team leagues as he continues to play from three-wide sets in one of the league's best offenses.
I don't think so, I have Kirk as my WR1, and then i have Aiyuk and AJ Green, neither of whom I love and I have my eyes open for a lottery ticket. Could roll edwards on my bench or quez, cedrick or I do have pringle on my wire too. Cedrick intrigues me based on talent and game scriptThought about it briefly, then pivoted to Byron Pringle. Cooper being out in my 12 team 3WR league screwed me. You starting him?