CeeDee Lamb

#88 WR / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 lb Age: 21 College: Oklahoma Bye 10,18,19,20,21

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Five grabs in Sunday's finale

    CeeDee Lamb caught five of seven targets for 43 yards in Sunday's loss to the Giants, adding three rushing yards on his only carry.The 17th overall pick in the 2020 draft more than lived up to his prospect hype with a strong rookie season, as Lamb posted a 74-935-5 line on 111 targets despite losing his starting quarterback, Dak Prescott (ankle), in Week 5. Had Prescott stayed under center, Lamb might have been neck and neck with Minnesota's Justin Jefferson in a race to re-write the rookie WR record book -- he was on pace for 93 catches and 1,385 yards through his first five games. Assuming Prescott is back and healthy in 2021, that pace gives a glimpse of what Lamb might be capable of in his second NFL season, even if he continues having to share the workload with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Finds end zone twice against Eagles

    CeeDee Lamb caught three of five targets for 65 yards and a touchdown and added a second TD on a 19-yard carry in Sunday's 37-17 win over the Eagles.While he managed only about half of the yardage Michael Gallup or Amari Cooper did through the air, Lamb made up for it with his fourth-quarter touchdown run, capping the scoring in the rout. The rookie has now scored seven TDs on the season -- five receiving, one rushing and one on last week's return of an onside kick -- and he needs 108 more receiving yards for 1,000 on the year. Lamb will take aim at that milestone in Week 17's clash with the Giants, as both teams remain alive in the hunt for the NFC East title.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Scores on onside kick return

    CeeDee Lamb caught five of seven targets for 85 yards and scored a touchdown on an onside kick return during Sunday's 41-33 win over the 49ers.Lamb averaged an impressive 17.0 yards per catch thanks in large part to a career-long 45-yard reception. He finished with his third-best receiving output of the season and topped off his day with a touchdown on an onside kick return in the final moments. This strong showing represented Lamb's third-best receiving output of the season and his best since Week 5. He'll look to add to his impressive rookie numbers next Sunday against the Eagles.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Just two catches in win

    CeeDee Lamb caught both his targets for 46 yards and gained 15 rushing yards on one carry in Sunday's 30-7 win over the Bengals.The Dallas Cowboys' passing game didn't need to do much after three early Cincinnati fumbles led to 17 first-half points for Dallas, but Lamb made the most of his limited opportunities. The two targets were a season low for the rookie, and he hasn't reached 50 receiving yards in four straight games heading into Week 15's clash with the 49ers.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Tallies six grabs in loss

    CeeDee Lamb secured six of nine targets for 46 yards in the Dallas Cowboys' 34-17 loss to the Ravens on Tuesday night.The rookie was particularly involved in the first half, and even though his involvement waned in the latter portions of the contest, he still finished second to Michael Gallup in targets, receptions and receiving yards. Lamb's now gone without a touchdown in two straight contests following back-to-back games with a score, so he'll look to start a new streak at the expense of the Bengals in Week 14.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Five catches against Washington

    CeeDee Lamb caught five of seven targets for 21 yards in Thursday's loss to Washington.He saw only one less catch and one less target than Amari Cooper or Michael Gallup, but the rookie receiver did very little with his opportunities and dropped what should have been a 10-yard touchdown late in the third quarter when the game's outcome was still in doubt. Lamb has now failed to top 40 yards in four of the last five games, posting a 17-153-2 line on 30 targets over that stretch, but his steady target volume should keep him on the fantasy radar even if he's little more than a TD-dependent dart throw at the moment.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: TD grab in win over Vikings

    CeeDee Lamb caught four of six targets for 34 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-28 win over the Vikings. He also gained 12 rushing yards on two carries and ran in a two-point conversion.While the rookie didn't gain much real estate, Lamb grabbed his fourth TD of the season in the second quarter on a four-yard toss from Andy Dalton. The entire Dallas Cowboys offense looked much improved after the team's bye with Dalton back under center, and as a result Lamb's fantasy fortunes are on the upswing again heading into a Thanksgiving clash with Washington.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Hauls in third TD in loss

    CeeDee Lamb caught four of seven targets for 71 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-19 loss to the Steelers.The switch to Garrett Gilbert at quarterback restored a bit of a spark to the Dallas Cowboys' passing game, and Lamb put together his best performance since Dak Prescott (ankle) was injured, with his second-quarter TD giving the Cowboys a surprising 10-0 lead that eventually evaporated. Despite the turmoil around him, the rookie wideout continues to impress, but whether Gilbert or Andy Dalton (concussion/illness) will be throwing him passes coming out of the team's Week 10 bye remains to be seen.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Five touches in SNF loss

    CeeDee Lamb caught four of five targets for 27 yards while adding 19 yards on his lone carry in Sunday's 23-9 loss to the Eagles.Lamb was held without a catch last week, so while his production was modest at best, it was actually a step in the right direction during the Ben Dinucci Era. The talented rookie is unlikely to put up those triple-digit receiving games we saw earlier this year until Dak Prescott (leg) returns next season, and it looks like he may not be posting any useful fantasy lines so long as the team is deploying its third-string quarterback. Andy Dalton (concussion) could return this week, but the offensive line remains in shambles heading into a rough matchup against the undefeated Steelers on Sunday, making it tough to rely on any Dallas receiver.

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    Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Held without a catch

    CeeDee Lamb failed to catch any of his five targets and gained one yard on his lone rushing attempt during Sunday's 25-3 loss to the Football Team.Lamb couldn't bring in any passes from Andy Dalton (concussion) and hardly stood a chance on any of the looks rookie third-string quarterback Ben DiNucci sent his way after entering the game. He had at least five receptions and seven targets in every game entering this contest, so the goose egg was a large departure from what fantasy managers had come to expect. Lamb's struggles could continue in next Sunday night's game against the Eagles if the team can't field a competent starter at quarterback, though it seems likely a veteran could be brought in from outside the organization if Dalton is forced to sit out.