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3 months agoNew Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook was quarterback Drew Brees’ primary red-zone threat while wide receiver Michael Thomas remained sidelined, but with the All-Pro wideout expected back Sunday versus Carolina, Cook’s time as a TE1 in season-long formats may have passed. While Cook managed to receive seven targets in Week 1 when Thomas was alongside him, the veteran has been a touchdown-dependent option since then. In addition, the Panthers Defense has been stout against opposing tight ends this season, allowing just 221 yards and two touchdowns across six games. With a plethora of options at Brees’ disposal, Cook remains an appealing play, albeit a tenuous one that carries sizable risk.--Jesse Borek - RotoBaller
Source: ESPN
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