Cole caught one of three targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 45-10 loss to the Chargers.
The depth receiver was held to a single catch for the second consecutive game. Cole had a season-best 80 yards just before the Jags' bye in Week 9, but he's been on a steady decline since with just 82 yards in his last four games. It'll be a big ask to turn things around in short order, but the Jaguars enjoy a favorable matchup Sunday against Oakland's 29th-ranked pass defense.
Cole caught both his targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 42-20 loss to the Titans.
Cole played 31 offensive snaps as QB Nick Foles attempted 48 passes, but he was unable to find much involvement in the passing game. D.J. Chark, Dede Westbrook and Chris Conley are locked in as the team's top three wide receivers, preventing Cole from being fantasy relevant in nearly all formats.
Cole caught four of five targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 33-13 loss to the Colts.
The 26-year-old worked as the team's No. 4 wide receiver with Dede Westbrook (neck/shoulder) returning to action, but he still posted solid numbers in 25 snaps. Westbrook, D.J. Chark and Chris Conley all played at least twice as many snaps, and the Jaguars are unlikely to attempt 47 passes most weeks. Still, Cole's increased involvement in the offense is a solid sign should the receiving corps sustain additional injuries.
Cole caught five of six targets for a team-high 80 yards in Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Texans in London.
Cole took on a larger role with Dede Westbrook (neck/shoulder) sitting out. He had a two-game touchdown streak snapped in this one, but Cole more than made up for that by topping the 20-yard mark for the first time this season. Cole would take on some appeal in deeper formats if Westbrook remains sidelined after Jacksonville's Week 10 bye.
Cole caught both his targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 29-15 win against the Jets.
The 26-year-old was involved early as the six-yard touchdown occurred barely two minutes into the first quarter, marking his second straight game with a score. Marqise Lee (shoulder) and Dede Westbrook (neck/shoulder) both exited during the first half, leading to Cole's highest snap count of the season (26), but his lack of involvement in the passing game during their absence is a bit disappointing. Cole could work as the Jaguars' No. 3 wide receiver if both players are unable to suit up Week 9.
Cole caught one of two targets for a two-yard touchdown in Sunday's win at Cincinnati.
The 26-year-old played 20 offensive snaps -- about double his usual snap share -- with Marqise Lee (ankle) sidelined, and he was able to secure his first touchdown since Week 2 of last season. Cole has now caught two of three targets for 21 yards and one touchdown through seven games, leaving him firmly off the fantasy radar.
Cole was not targeted in Sunday's loss to the Saints.
The 26-year-old played seven offensive snaps in the loss and has yet to find any real involvement in the passing offense this season. Cole seems to be multiple injuries away from fantasy relevance, despite D.J. Chark and Dede Westbrook being the only wide receivers in Jacksonville currently providing any consistent production.
Cole caught his lone target for 19 yards in Sunday's win over Denver.
Cole played only 10 offensive snaps but still managed to make his first reception of the season. The 25-year-old is locked in as the Jaguars' No. 5 wide receiver, as Sunday was the first time he was even targeted through four games. Dede Westbrook, D.J. Chark and Chris Conley should continue to work as the team's top three receivers.
Cole was not targeted in Sunday's 13-12 loss to the Texans.
Even with Marqise Lee (knee) inactive, Cole remained an afterthought in Jacksonville's offense as Chris Conley, D.J. Chark and Dede Westbrook continue to dominate the snaps and production at wide receiver. Cole hasn't been targeted through two games and appears unlikely to have a significant offensive role in the near future.
Cole played 12 offensive snaps in Week 1's game versus the Chiefs, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Cole clearly has become an afterthought in this offense as he was out-snapped by Dede Westbrook (48), Chris Conley (44) and rookie D.J. Chark (41). All three of those players had at least four catches and a score, meaning Cole's opportunities are likely to stay scarce unless one of them falters. Expect him to play a depth role again in Week 2 versus the Texans.
Cole was not targeted and had two punt returns for zero yards in Thursday's preseason game against the Dolphins.
The Jaguars debuted the bulk of their starting offense Thursday, but Cole still played 28 offensive snaps, the most among the returning wide receivers. The 26-year-old has struggled to produce this preseason in extended action as he tries to rebound from a tough 2018 season, recording only one catch for five yards in three contests.
Cole failed to catch his lone target and returned two kickoffs for 47 yards in Thursday's preseason game versus the Ravens.
Cole received the start but played only 17 offensive snaps, as the Jaguars rested the majority of their starters. The offense had only eight first downs and 112 total yards as a result, so there's little the 26-year-old could have done to stand out. Cole did have a 102-yard kick return for a touchdown during the first quarter, but it was called back due to a holding penalty. The third-year receiver is looking to rebound after having a disappointing 2018 in which he struggled with ball security.
Cole displayed a good comfort level with new quarterback Nick Foles during minicamp, Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Cole is coming off a disappointing season in which he saw his role on offense take a considerable hit in part due to his ball-security issues.The offseason addition of Foles under center could represent a fresh start for Cole and the Jaguars' lackluster pass-catching group as a whole. The 26-year-old, who amassed 748 receiving yards as a rookie in 2017, will have to battle for reps in three-receiver sets with the likes of Chris Conley and D.J. Chark.
Cole caught four of eight targets for 45 yards during Sunday's 20-3 loss to the Texans.
Though the Jaguars offense was downright ugly for much of Sunday, it was a decent finish to the season for Cole, who had been held catchless over the previous two weeks. The second-year target looked like a solid find early in the season, but he didn't top 100 yards or score after Week 2's win over the Patriots. He could definitely be in line for a value bump if Jacksonville upgrades at quarterback in the offseason.
Cole did not catch either of his two targets during Sunday's 17-7 win over the Dolphins.
Cole was again unable to capitalize on his usage as Jacksonville's No. 3 wideout, as he logged his fifth game of the season without a catch. The second-year receiver has struggled in Jacksonville's low-octane offense all year, and he doesn't carry much fantasy intrigue heading into a Week 17 tilt against the Texans.
Cole played 39 offensive snaps but wasn't targeted in Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Redskins.
The Jaguars had a miserable offensive performance Sunday as quarterback Cody Kessler attempted only 17 passes and totaled 57 passing yards. Cole once again served as the No. 3 wide receiver with D.J. Chark (quadriceps) still sidelined and actually saw one fewer snap than Donte Moncrief, but there's little fantasy value given the current state of Jacksonville's offense.
Cole brought in three of seven targets for 55 yards in the Jaguars' 30-9 loss to the Titans on Thursday.
Cole brought in a game-long 35-yard reception on a nifty grab down the left sideline in the third quarter, and he checked in second only to Dede Westbrook in receiving yardage on the night. The 25-year-old went through a three-game streak where he was shut out of the stat sheet altogether, so his five receptions for 71 yards over the last two games actually represents a nice uptick in production. The week-to-week fantasy value of any member of the Jaguars' air attack is difficult to predict, but Cole will look to continue building momentum against the Redskins in a Week 15 interconference matchup.
Cole caught both his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 6-0 win over Indianapolis.
Cole saw 37 offensive snaps Sunday with D.J. Chark (quad) again sidelined and managed to log his first yards after being blanked in each of the previous three games. The 25-year-old remains a Hail Mary option for fantasy but could work as the Jaguars' No. 3 receiver again Thursday at Tennessee with Chark missing the first two practices of the week.
Cole failed to catch either of his two targets in Sunday's 24-21 loss at Buffalo.
In rookie D.J. Chark's (quad) absence, Cole saw 49 offensive snaps Sunday -- exceeding his snap total from the last two games combined -- but finished with nothing to show for it. QB Blake Bortles produced only 231 passing yards over the Jaguars' last two games and has now been benched in favor of Cody Kessler. Perhaps the change will help spark Cole 's production, but we'll need to see him and Kessler connect before recommending the wideout as a fantasy roll of the dice.
Cole was not targeted in Sunday's loss to the Steelers.
Coles' presence in the Jaguars offense has all but evaporated as he hasn't been targeted in the last two games, and has played a combined 53 offensive snaps over the previous three weeks. Rookie D.J. Chark has taken over as Jacksonville's No. 3 wide receiver, though he has little production to show for it. Cole has reached the point of near-irrelevance in Jacksonville's struggling offense.
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