College: Oklahoma | Rookie
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 198 lbs
Birth Date: 4/8/1999
Depth Chart: WR3.1
2020 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 85.6
Avg Pts: 17.12
Rank: 12 WR
|Week 1||10.90||CeeDee Lamb 59 receiving yds (5.90 pts)|
CeeDee Lamb 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
|Week 2||17.50||CeeDee Lamb 9 rushing yds (0.90 pts)|
CeeDee Lamb 106 receiving yds (10.60 pts)
CeeDee Lamb 6 receptions (6.00 pts)
|Week 3||11.60||CeeDee Lamb 1 rushing yd (0.10 pts)|
CeeDee Lamb 65 receiving yds (6.50 pts)
CeeDee Lamb 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
|Week 4||25.20||CeeDee Lamb 3 rushing yds (0.30 pts)|
CeeDee Lamb 79 receiving yds (7.90 pts)
CeeDee Lamb 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
CeeDee Lamb 2 receiving TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . CeeDee Lamb 43 yd TD pass from Dak Prescott
. . . CeeDee Lamb 5 yd TD pass from Dak Prescott
|Week 5||20.40||CeeDee Lamb 124 receiving yds (12.40 pts)|
CeeDee Lamb 8 receptions (8.00 pts)
|Week 6||13.40||CeeDee Lamb 64 receiving yds (6.40 pts)|
CeeDee Lamb 7 receptions (7.00 pts)
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|Playoff Week 2|
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is a strong WR2 option for a Week 6 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. Andy Dalton will be taking over under center for Dak Prescott (ankle) but it shouldn't be a huge downgrade for a guy like Lamb. The rookie has quickly moved up the receiver pecking order and currently seems to be behind only Amari Cooper. Last week, Lamb became the first player in NFL history to begin his career with five games of at least five catches and 50 yards. In total, Lamb has 29 catches on 40 targets for 433 yards and two scores. The Cowboys are scheming him into run plays sometimes too. Lamb is a high-end WR2 in Week 6 and should be somewhere in that range in most weeks moving forward.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb had a big game in a Week 5 win over the New York Giants. Lamb caught eight passes, gaining 124 yards. He led the team in catches and yards, as well as in targets, with 11. No one else in a Cowboys uniform was targeted more than four times. Lamb has been working his way up the Dallas wide receiver pecking order and could become Andy Dalton's favorite target pretty quickly. Lamb will remain a strong WR2 option, even without Dak Prescott (ankle) around to throw to him.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb has seen his fantasy stock rise throughout the season and now seems to be firmly above Michael Gallup in the Dallas wide receiver pecking order. Last Week, Lamb scored two touchdowns while catching five passes for 79 yards while Gallup caught just two passes for 29 total yards. Lamb was in on 76% of the team's offensive snaps in Week 4 and should see at least that many plays this week. The Cowboys will take on the New York Giants, who haven't been able to slow many opposing wide receivers. Lamb is a strong WR2 with plenty of upside.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb scored two touchdowns in a Week 4 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Lamb caught five passes, gaining 79 yards and scoring twice. He was targeted seven times in the passing game, and also added a rush for three yards. Lamb's first score came on a 43-yard pass in the first quarter, then he followed it up with a five-yard score in the fourth quarter. Lamb looks to have passed Michael Gallup in the pecking order, and should be a strong WR2 option as long as the Cowboys Defense keeps forcing their offense to score dozens of points just to stay in games.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is set up as a solid WR3 option in Week 4 fantasy lineups. Lamb has seen 21 targets so far this season, catching 16 passes for 230 yards. In Week 3, he caught five passes for 65 yards, but missed time after getting tackled awkwardly, ending up in on just 60% of offensive snaps. He gets a good matchup in the slot against Tavierre Thomas this week, and Lamb could have some significant upside if he can find the end zone.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb caught five passes in a Week 3 loss, gaining 65 yards. He was targeted six times in this one, ending up fifth on the team in targets. Ced Wilson came out of nowhere and Michael Gallup along with Amari Cooper took on most of Dak Prescott's targets in this one. Lamb should continue to have solid games like this one, but his upside is somewhat limited by all of the other strong options in the Dallas passing game.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb comes in right on the WR2/3 turn for a good Week 3 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Lamb somewhat surprisingly tied for the team lead in wide receiver targets with nine in Week 2. Week 3 draws another potentially high-scoring contest, with Lamb sure to see many targets for a second consecutive week. He's playing behind Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup in terms of offensive snaps, but he's being targeted heavily when he in on the field. In Week 1, Lamb was in on 82% of the team's offensive snaps, with a similar 83% number in Week 2. He's certainly made the most of his snaps, turning 15 targets into 11 catches for 165 yards so far this season.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb led the Cowboys in receiving in an amazing comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons. Lamb caught six passes, gaining 106 scoreless yards. He was targeted nine times, tying Amari Cooper for most among Cowboys wide receivers and falling one being the 10 targets seen by tight end Dalton Schultz. It was an impressive showing by the rookie wide receiver, who should have even more upside as he continues to settle into the offense. With the Cowboys running plenty of three-wide sets, especially now with Blake Jarwin (knee) out for the year, Lamb's fantasy arrow is pointing straight up.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb will look to build on his solid NFL debut from Week 1. He'll have a much easier matchup against a soft Atlanta Falcons secondary that allowed four passing touchdowns in Week 1. Lamb caught five passes in his first game, gaining 59 yards. While he fell well short of Amari Cooper's 14 targets, Lamb saw one more target than Michael Gallup in Week 1. Lamb checks in as a WR3 with touchdown upside in a good matchup.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb started in the slot in his first NFL game and did fairly well. He was targeted six times, catching five passes for 59 yards. He looked good with the ball in his hands, gaining some impressive yards after the catch. He played fewer snaps than Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, but he saw a lot of the field and could get quite a boost from tight end Blake Jarwin (knee) likely to miss the rest of the season.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is set to start in Week 1 against the Los Angeles Rams. Lamb of course got no preseason games and is coming from the Big-12, where defenses essentially don't exist, so he could have a bit of a bigger learning curve than some are expecting. Still, with Mike McCarthy running three-wide sets as his base offense, Lamb will be on the field a lot and should man the slot at least at first. Last season, Randall Cobb, a significantly less talented receiver than Lamb, saw 83 targets in a similar role. Lamb might not be great in Week 1 or Week 2, but he should be able to catch up quickly and show why he was a first-rounder pretty soon after.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott thinks very highly of rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. "My confidence is through the roof for him. I think hes had as good of a camp as anyone on this team," Prescott said. Lamb and Prescott have been building their chemistry the last several weeks in training camp, and the rookie has done nothing but impress. The Oklahoma first-round product is essentially replacing Randall Cobb in the slot in 2020, and that role should immediately make a fantasy impact, as Cobb had a healthy 83 targets last year. While Lamb's long-term ceiling is incredibly high, temper your expectations and treat him as a WR4/flex as the No. 3 pass-game option in Dallas.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is locked into a starting role according to comments from head coach Mike McCarthy. McCarthy said that Lamb will line up outside as well as in the slot. Amari Cooper could move into the slot when Lamb plays outside. McCarthy also mentioned that Lamb could see some work as a punt returner, giving the high-upside rookie even more upside in leagues that count return yardage.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb signed his rookie contract and will report to rookie camp. The four-year contract is worth $14.01, fully guaranteed, with a fifth-year option which is standard for first-round picks. Rookies have not gotten traditional offseason workouts so it is good news Lamb is signed and can report to the team to begin workouts with his new coaches for the first time since Dallas used the 17th overall pick on the Oklahoma standout. He'll have to compete with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup for targets, but Dallas led the NFL in total yards last season so there should be plenty of fantasy production to go around. Lamb is a high-upside pick who should be drafted just outside the top-100 overall picks.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, taken 17th overall in the first round, is projected to finish as the most productive rookie wideout in 2020 by NFL Network's Cynthia Frelund. Lamb was excellent from the slot at Oklahoma and has an elite ability to produce yards after the catch. He forced the second-most missed tackles on catches (26) in college and had the third-most yards after contact (376) last year, per Pro Football Focus. Lamb had 24.2 yards per catch from the slot, which was the second-most in college football. With defenses needing to account for Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, Lamb will have his chances in the middle of the field in his rookie season. He's a WR4/5 target for fantasy owners in his rookie campaign.
Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is embracing the opportunity to wear legendary No. 88 for America's team as he begins what he hopes will be a Hall of Fame career. Lamb originally wanted No. 10, but owner Jerry Jones insisted the team's first-round pick wear No. 88 to carry on a legacy in Dallas dating back to Drew Pearson in the 70s. Wide receivers Michael Irvin and Dez Bryant also wore the number, with the former raving about Lamb is a "true-bred" Dallas Cowboy worthy of the honor. Lamb was one of the highest-rated receivers coming out of Oklahoma and joins an offense that was second in the NFL in passing yards last season. Targets in Dallas will be tough to figure out for fantasy, but Lamb should see the field plenty to make an impact in as a rookie. However, he's best targeted as more of a WR4/5 in redraft formats in 2020.
The Dallas Cowboys selected Oklahoma wide receiver Ceedee Lamb with the No. 17 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Thursday. The Cowboys probably needed a defensive player more, but the Cowboys just couldn't pass on Lamb as one of the top three wideout prospects in this year's draft. Quarterback Dak Prescott gets another weapon alongside Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. Lamb was a big-play wideout almost every time he touched the ball in college, and he's great at contested catches. Randall Cobb's departure in free agency could allow Lamb to line up in the slot, but he can also make plays outside. Prescott becomes more attractive as a QB1, while Lamb will likely be a boom/bust yard-after-the-catch fantasy wideout in his rookie year. Gallup's fantasy ceiling will take a hit with this addition.