Los Angeles’ Cooper Kupp was in store for a big season in 2018 before an ill-timed torn ACL ended his season. In just eight games, he caught 40 passes on 55 targets for 566 yards and six touchdowns. He improved statistically in every category from his rookie season and emerged as an invaluable part of the team’s offense. Not only was he a beast out of the slot, but he was a guy that could move the chains for the team, or make an explosive play downfield. He had three receptions over 40 yards in eight games last season, whereas Brandin Cooks had just four in a full 16-game campaign! Three of Kupp’s six touchdowns came from 40+ yards out, highlighting just how versatile he is in the Sean McVay offense. Is it crazy to think that despite having two other fantasy WR2’s on the team, that Kupp just might be the best option in fantasy football amongst the Rams receivers? Not one bit.

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