Cook caught four of the six passes thrown his way for 31 yards in Sunday's 16-13 loss to Baltimore. Cook's six targets led the team, but he failed to turn that attention into much significant production. He and fellow tight end Lance Kendricks finished as St. Louis' top two receivers on the afternoon, and the two continue to siphon value away from each other.
Cook made two receptions for 35 yards Sunday as the Rams fell to the Bears 37-13. In the last seven games, Cook has totaled 12 catches for 158 yards and has taken himself out of even the deepest fantasy league considerations. The St. Louis offense has been awful as of late, and while Cook may bust out for a big game sometime in the second half of the season, it will not happen consistently.
Cook caught one of his three targets against the Vikings on Sunday for 10 yards. Cook has been a showcase for the inconsistency of St. Louis' offense this year, as the athletically gifted tight end can't seem to string together a good set of games. He still hasn't found the end zone and has not done enough to earn any sort of fantasy attention this season.
Cook snagged two passes off of three targets for 57 yards in Sunday's win over the 49ers. The 57 yards were Cook's most since Week 1. Despite ranking second in targets and catches on the Rams' bottom-ranked pass offense, Cook has not tallied more than three catches since Week 2 and has yet to score a touchdown this season. He does not put up the kind of numbers that would warrant inclusion on a fantasy roster. However, if he is traded in the coming days, a rumored possibility, his athletic gifts could shine in a more prolific passing offense.
Rams tight end Jared Cook caught 2 of 4 targets for 19 yards Sunday against the Browns. The 6-foot-5 tight end still hasn't found the end zone this season, and St. Louis just doesn't throw the ball enough for him to hold significant value if he's not finding pay dirt. If a home matchup with the inept 49ers next week doesn't get Cook and the Rams passing offense going, it's hard to imagine anything will.
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