Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 12 21
vs 24 23
@ 11 20
vs 27 24
@ 22 22
@ 3 18
vs 20 22
vs 26 23
BYE
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@ 14 21
@ 32 27
vs 11 20
vs 16 21
vs 18 22
@ 17 21
vs 3 18
@ 31 26
@ 27 24
Player Outlook
Lamb is a top-12 wide receiver who should be drafted as early as Round 3 in full PPR leagues. After two years sharing the field with Amari Cooper, Lamb should be the clear No. 1 in Dallas and should see all the targets he can handle. Lamb is one of five players ever with 150 catches and 2,000 receiving yards through his age-22 season and has the type of profile that could turn into the No. 1 wide receiver in Fantasy if he sees enough targets. In Dynasty leagues, Lamb is a surefire top-five wide receiver who should be drafted at the end of Round 1 in startups.

Fantasy Stats

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Receiving Touchdowns
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Fantasy Points
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2022
2021 79 1102 13.95 6 76 8.44 1539.6
2020 74 935 12.64 5 82 8.20 1378.6
3y Avg. 76 1018 13.39 6 79 7.90 1449
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Roster
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Start
#6
WR Rank

Fantasy News

  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Headed for increased volume

    Lamb is the clear top option at wide receiver for the Cowboys this season, and quarterback Dak Prescott indicated Thursday he intends to look for the third-year player every chance he gets, Nick Eatman of the team's official website reports. "CeeDee is a guy that wants the ball, expects the ball," Prescott said. "When one guy is on him he's not covered in his head. And I appreciate that and like that. So I think in that sense yeah, as Kellen said, we'll feature him. Some plays will be designed to get it to him but in a case where everybody is one on one across the board, yeah, he's our guy to go to." The offseason departure of Amari Cooper, along with injuries to Michael Gallup (knee) and James Washington (foot), have left Lamb as the only wideout on the Dallas roster with any sort of real NFL experience to begin the year. That's likely to lead to plenty of double coverage, but it should also result in a huge uptick in targets for the 23-year-old, who averaged 7.2 targets a game over his first two seasons. With little competition for looks, at least until Gallup returns to action, Lamb could push into elite territory in that metric -- only 11 receivers averaged 9.0 targets a game or more last season, a figure that seems well within reach for CeeDee in 2022.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Healthy for training camp

    Lamb (hamstring) is practicing Wednesday on the first day of training camp, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Lamb and new position mate James Washington (foot) both made it back for the start of camp after missing June minicamp. Rookie third-round pick Jalen Tolbert is also participating, while Michael Gallup (knee) is on the PUP list after having ACL surgery in February. The Cowboys seem optimistic about Gallup contributing early in the season, but he's no threat to Lamb's status as the No. 1 receiver in Dallas.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Held out with minor hammy injury

    Lamb was held out of June minicamp with a hamstring injury but isn't worried about his availability for training camp, Mickey Spagnola of DallasCowboys.com reports. Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News believes Lamb would've been able to practice if it had been the regular season. The 23-year-old wideout has missed one game through two years in the NFL, and he doesn't have a noteworthy history of soft-tissue injuries, hamstring or otherwise. This shouldn't have much impact on Lamb's second-round ADP in summer fantasy drafts as he prepares for his first season as the Cowboys' clear-cut No. 1 receiver.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Only one catch in loss

    Lamb caught one of five targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 23-17 loss to the 49ers in the wild-card round. He also gained five yards on his only carry. It was a disappointing ending to the season for Lamb and for the Cowboys, and the second-year wideout failed to find the end zone or reach 90 receiving yards in his final eight games between the regular season and the playoffs. Lamb's overall numbers still took a step forward, as he set career highs across the board with 79 catches for 1,102 yards and six TDs on 120 targets over 16 games, and he should head into 2022 as a key part of a potent passing game alongside Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Tallies 66 yards in blowout win

    Lamb had four receptions (five targets) for 66 yards and lost two yards on his lone carry in Sunday's 56-14 rout of Washington. Amari Cooper (7-85-1) and Dalton Schultz (8-82-1) saw the bulk of the receiving action while the starters were still in the game, but Lamb still had a decent showing when factoring in that most of Dallas' offensive production came in the first half. There was plenty of garbage time in this one, so the Cowboys rested their starters for most of the second half, which could have resulted in a bigger game for the entire unit had this contest been more competitive. Lamb has continued his solid 2021 production by averaging six receptions and 66.5 yards over his last four games, but a lack of touchdowns over that span has limited his ceiling. The rising star will look for that elusive seventh trip to the end zone in a potential shootout against Arizona next Sunday.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Modest yardage on six grabs

    Lamb brought in six of nine targets for 50 yards in the Cowboys' 21-6 win over the Giants on Sunday. Lamb paced the Cowboys in targets and checked in second in both receptions and receiving yards to Dalton Schultz, but a lack of trips to the end zone and just an 8.3 YPC made for a relatively modest fantasy performance overall. Lamb's numbers naturally played much better in PPR formats, and he's now posted at least six receptions in three straight games. The second-year standout does have a four-game touchdown drought, however, a matter he'll next get a chance to rectify in a Week 16 battle against Washington.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Busy night in return

    Lamb brought in seven of 13 targets for 89 yards in the Cowboys' 27-17 win over the Saints on Thursday night. He also rushed once for 33 yards and returned three punts for 35 yards. Making his return after a one-game absence while in concussion protocol, Lamb turned in an excellent all-purpose effort, one that saw him pace the Cowboys in receptions and receiving yards. The second-year wideout's target tally was also a team-high figure and his second highest of the season, and his rush attempt yielded a career-long run. Lamb's first opportunity to build on what was his most well-balanced performance of the season comes a week from Sunday in a Week 14 road contest versus Washington.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Practices fully, clears protocol

    Lamb was a full participant in Monday's practice and is in line to play Thursday against the Saints after clearing the NFL's five-step concussion protocol, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. "Going through the protocol, it was tough," Lamb said. "I feel a lot better." After he was diagnosed with the concussion following his early exit from the Cowboys' Week 11 loss to the Chiefs, Lamb made a strong push to clear the five-step protocol for head injuries ahead of the team's Thanksgiving Day game four days later, but he ultimately didn't receive the green light from an independent neurologist ahead of Dallas' 36-33 overtime loss to the Raiders. Lamb confirmed that he was able to pass all neurological testing at some point shortly after the game against Las Vegas, putting him on track to handle his normal starting role Thursday. Meanwhile, fellow starting wideout Amari Cooper didn't practice Monday while he was subject to cardiac testing after completing a 10-day quarantine following a positive COVID-19 test, but he should be ready to play this week if he's able to get back on the practice field at some point over the next two days. At this stage, No. 4 wideout Cedrick Wilson -- who injured his ankle Thanksgiving Day and didn't practice Monday -- looks to be the Dallas receiver most at risk of sitting out Week 13.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Puts in full practice

    Lamb (concussion) was deemed a full participant Sunday in the Cowboys' unofficial practice session, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. After sustaining the head injury exactly one week ago in the Cowboys' loss to the Chiefs, Lamb managed only one limited practice on a short week before being ruled out ahead of Dallas' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Raiders. The Cowboys will have another quick turnaround for Week 13 with a Thursday night matchup against the Saints, but Lamb's ability to increase his practice activity a few days later bodes well for his chances of being able to play in New Orleans. He'll still need to receive clearance from an independent neurologist before exiting the concussion protocol, but head coach Mike McCarthy seems optimistic that the wideout will be able to do so in advance of Thursday's contest.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Should play Week 13

    Lamb (concussion) will practice Sunday, with the Cowboys expecting him to return for Thursday's game at New Orleans in Week 13, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Lamb seems to have come close to clearing concussion protocol in time for Thursday's overtime loss to the Raiders, but he ultimately wasn't able to play four days after suffering the injury. While he's expected to avoid another absence, the situation still needs to be monitored given that recovery from concussions isn't always linear. It does, however, seem likely that both Lamb and Amari Cooper (reserve/COVID-19) will be back in the lineup Week 13.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Won't suit up Thursday

    Lamb, who is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Raiders, won't clear the NFL's five-step concussion protocol ahead of the 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff and is set to be inactive for the contest, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports. Though team executives as well as head coach Mike McCarthy expressed confidence that Lamb would be ready to go for Thanksgiving Day after he returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant, the second-year receiver likely wasn't able to gain medical clearance from either team doctors or an independent neurologist (or both). Lamb likely would have avoided an absence if the Cowboys were playing on Sunday this week, but the quick turnaround for their annual holiday game didn't provide enough time for the wideout to clear the necessary hurdles. Dallas is expected to officially rule him out when it releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to kickoff, and with both Lamb and Amari Cooper (reserve/COVID-19 list) sidelined, Michael Gallup, Cedrick Wilson and Noah Brown are likely to serve as the team's top three receivers. All could be in line for extra snaps and targets, while tight end Dalton Schultz and running backs Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard may also see more involvement as pass catchers. Meanwhile, Lamb will set his sights on gaining clearance for the Cowboys' Week 13 game versus the Saints on Dec. 2.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Returns to practice

    Lamb (concussion) will return to practice Wednesday, giving him a shot to play in Thursday's game against the Raiders, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. The star wideout seems to be making quick progress through the five-step concussion protocol and likely would be on track to suit up if the Cowboys played Sunday rather than Thursday. As it is, Lamb remains uncertain to play Thanksgiving Day, though his return to practice reportedly has the Cowboys feeling optimistic that he'll clear protocol ahead of the 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff. The team is already without of its other starting wideouts Amari Cooper (illness) this week.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: No reps in Tuesday's practice

    Lamb (concussion) was estimated as a non-participant on Tuesday's practice report, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. According to Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site, Dallas held what head coach Mike McCarthy described as a light "run-through" session Tuesday, but Lamb evidently hasn't advanced far enough in the NFL's five-step concussion protocol to take part even in non-contact drills. With the Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day game against the Raiders being just two days away, Lamb seems to be trending toward inactive status for the contest, though McCarthy noted the second-year wideout is staying mentally prepared to play. A more definitive word on Lamb's chances of playing against Las Vegas should arrive Wednesday, when Dallas releases its final Week 12 injury report.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Suffers concussion Sunday

    Lamb won't return to Sunday's game at Kansas City due to a concussion, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports. Lamb may have been injured when he attempted to break up a Dak Prescott interception at the end of the first half, when his helmet hit the turf as he landed. The second-year wide receiver stayed down for a few seconds and then didn't emerge from the locker room after halftime with his teammates. With a concussion confirmed, Lamb is in danger of missing Thursday's game against the Raiders, as is Amari Cooper, who won't suit up next week after testing positive for COVID-19 on Friday.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Puts in full practice

    Lamb (triceps) was a full practice participant Wednesday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Lamb departed the Cowboys' Week 10 win against the Falcons with what was termed a bruised arm at the time. He still finished with six catches (on seven targets) for 94 yards and two touchdowns, despite logging a season-low 43 percent of snaps. On Monday, Mike McCarthy told Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News that the second-year wide receiver "is going to be fine," and Lamb indeed has upheld his coach's optimism. Lamb thus will prepare himself for Sunday's road contest against a Chiefs defense that has given up 8.5 yards per target to wide receivers this season (11th-most in the NFL).
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Should be ready for Week 11

    Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Lamb (arm) is "going to be fine" for the team's Week 11 game in Kansas City, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Lamb exited in the second half of Sunday's 43-3 win over the Falcons with an arm contusion, but not before turning in his second-best fantasy outing of the season (six receptions for 94 yards and two touchdowns on seven targets). The blowout nature of the contest may have prompted Dallas to exercise caution with Lamb, but the second-year wideout should be ready to handle a full workload by the time the weekend arrives. McCarthy wouldn't commit to Lamb turning in a full practice when the Cowboys resume workouts Wednesday, though the coach expects the receiver to be available in some capacity, according to Mark Lane of WFAA News Dallas.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Dealing with bruised arm

    Lamb left Sunday's game against the Falcons due to a bruised arm, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Lamb sustained the injury in the first half but still put together one of his best performances of the season before exiting, sitting on six catches (on seven targets) for 94 yards and two touchdowns by the end of the third quarter. Considering Dallas is blowing out Atlanta, the Cowboys likely will play it safe with one of their top skill-position players and not risk further aggravation of the issue. Dak Prescott thus will have Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, Cedrick Wilson, Noah Brown and Malik Turner at wide receiver while Lamb is off the field.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Suiting up Sunday

    Lamb (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Lamb sandwiched limited practices around an absence Thursday as he dealt with an ankle injury during Week 9 prep, but the issue won't keep him off the field on game day. Fellow wide receiver Amari Cooper (hamstring) also had practice limitations this week but will be available to Dak Prescott (calf) as the quarterback makes his return after missing one game. In seven appearances this season, Lamb has three 100-yard efforts and a robust 39-609-4 receiving line on 57 targets overall.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Will play Sunday

    Lamb (ankle), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos, is on track to play, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Lamb and Amari Cooper (hamstring) both entered the weekend with designations after practicing on a limited basis Friday, but both wideouts were apparently able to do enough at the team's Saturday walk-through session to leave Dallas optimistic that its top two pass catchers will be ready to go. Fantasy managers will still want to confirm Lamb avoids the Cowboys' inactive list, which will be released 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m ET kickoff. Assuming he suits up, Lamb isn't expected to face any limitations with his snap count.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Questionable, should play Sunday

    Lamb (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos but is expected to play, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports. Along with Lamb, fellow starting wideout Amari Cooper (hamstring) is listed as questionable, but neither player looks at major risk of missing the Week 9 contest. After sitting out Thursday's practice, Lamb took part in Friday's walk-through session, and he's expected to be on the field again Saturday for an unofficial practice. Assuming he avoids the inactive list, Lamb will have the luxury of working with Dak Prescott, who enters the weekend without an injury designation after sitting out last week's win over the Vikings with a calf injury.
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