2022 Player Outlook
While many thought CeeDee Lamb would make a huge second year leap, the end result was more like a bunny hop. He ended the season as WR19 in PPR leagues with 1,102 yards and six touchdowns, but considering he finished as WR22 with 935 yards and five touchdowns in 2020, those numbers aren't too impressive. This year, however, Lamb factors to be the number one receiving option in the Cowboys' offense with the departure of Amari Cooper. In addition, Michael Gallup could be out for the first part of the season, and Dallas let Cedrick Wilson and Malik Turner walk in free agency. Lamb should be force-fed targets early and often, and he has a legitimate shot in finishing as one of the top wide receivers in fantasy.