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Rushing Attempts
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Rushing Yards
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Average Yards per Rush
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Longest Rush
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Rushing Touchdowns
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 25, 2022 1 3 3.0 3 0
Sep 19, 2022 11 53 4.8 33 0 5
Sep 8, 2022 1 2 2.0 2 0 -2

Fantasy Stats

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Rushing Yards
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Average Yards per Rush
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Fumbles Lost
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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Receiving Touchdowns
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 55 4.58 1 -2-1
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Fantasy News

  • Bills' James Cook: Gets 11 carries in mop-up duty

    Cook rushed 11 times for 53 yards and failed to catch his only target in Monday's 41-7 win over the Titans. Cook got an extensive audition after the game got out of hand, and the rookie second-round pick looked explosive, with most of his yardage coming on a 33-yard burst to open Buffalo's final drive. For now, Cook's usage in competitive games will be limited to splitting change-of-pace duties behind Devin Singletary with Zack Moss, though this likely won't be the last blowout the Bills orchestrate in 2022.
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  • Bills' James Cook: Debut to forget

    Cook fumbled on his very first NFL rushing attempt in Thursday's win over the Rams and did not receive another carry of target in the passing game. If Cook was coached by the great Bill Belichick, he might not see the field again until Week 16. While we can kid on that point, the Bills didn't bench him completely following the miscue. Still, Cook saw only five percent of the offensive snaps compared to Devin Singletary's 59 percent and and Zack Moss's 37 percent. While Cook is a second-round pick and has plenty of upside, it's hard to see him leap-frogging Singletary even if he does hold onto the ball better. He'll see his looks, but it's going to be tough to start this rookie in fantasy lineups as part of a running back by committee (where he's not even the top guy) matched with a guy that's one of the top rushing quarterbacks in the league. Cook is a bench guy for now with long-term upside.
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  • Bills' James Cook: Starts preseason finale

    Cook carried the ball three times for 13 yards in Friday's preseason loss to the Bills. He also had one reception that went for no gain. Cook started the game, though Devin Singletary didn't tally any statistics in the team's preseason finale. Cook was stymied on the team's first drive, gaining no yards on a carry and reception. He also was called for chop block penalty, though the foul was declined. Cook rebounded for gains of nine and four yards on the ground during the team's second drive, his only action of the contest. He figures to work behind Singletary to begin the season, though Cook's role could expand if he impresses early on.
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  • Bills' James Cook: Minimal impact in preseason debut

    Cook carried the ball three times for five yards in Saturday's 27-24 preseason win over the Colts. He added one reception on one target for five yards. Cook mixed in with Zack Moss on the Bills' first offensive possession of the game and was on the field for a few offensive possessions thereafter. He couldn't get going in any facet of the game and was outplayed by Moss, who managed 37 yards on three attempts. Devin Singletary didn't suit up Saturday but is expected to serve as the lead back in Buffalo to begin the season, while Moss and Cook figure to battle for a complementary role out of the backfield.
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  • Bills' James Cook: Fleshing out receiving skills

    Cook has taken some reps with the wide receivers in camp to work on his route running and footwork, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. The Bills are enthralled with Cook's pass-catching ability out of the backfield, so the rookie second-round pick's likely to carve out a role as a change-of-pace complement to Devin Singletary. Spending some time with the receivers coaches should help Cook hone his skill set, though he's still likely to play primarily at running back in games.
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