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Player Outlook
Lamb became one of the best wide receivers in the NFL last year and we're buying a repeat. We aren't opposed to drafting him as early as 1.02 in a PPR redraft league and he's an easy top-five pick in a Dynasty startup as well. It's rare that a player's volume and efficiency spike like this, but Lamb saw 25 more targets in 2024 and somehow produced more yards per target as well. His 135 catches led the NFL and even that might sell him short. From Week 8 on Lamb averaged 12.6 targets per game and was on pace for 156 catches over a full season. The Cowboys added no competition for targets and appear ready to feature Lamb like no other wide receiver in the league this season.

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 135 1749 12.96 12 113 8.07 25515
2022 107 1359 12.70 9 47 4.70 18610.9
3y Avg. 107 1403 13.11 9 79 7.18 19311.4
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Could hold out from training camp

    Lamb isn't likely to report for the start of training camp on July 24 if he doesn't have a new contract by then, according to Jon Machota of The Athletic. Lamb didn't show up for June minicamp, which means he can be fined a little more than $100,000. He's scheduled to make $17.99 million under a fifth-year option in 2024, whereas a long-term contract will cost the Cowboys nearly twice that much per season. It might nonetheless lower Lamb's cap hit for 2024, depending on how the deal is structured, and Machota suggests the most likely outcome is a long-term contract before Dallas players report to camp. If not, Lamb may continue his holdout and accrue further fines while his agent negotiates a deal.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Holding out from minicamp

    Lamb is holding out from June minicamp in pursuit of a new contract, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Lamb didn't attend voluntary OTAs and now is missing the first mandatory activities of the offseason. David Helman of FOX Sports reports that the Cowboys can fine Lamb around $100,000 in the likely event he misses all three days of June minicamp, though the wideout presumably won't care much if it helps him secure a new contract. He's likely looking for a deal that's similar or slightly south of the four-year, $140 million extension that Vikings WR Justin Jefferson is signing this week. If nothing gets done before training camp, Lamb may well continue his holdout into August.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Seeking new contract

    Lamb is not expected to attend the start of Dallas' offseason workouts as he continues negotiations with the team on a contract extension, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Lamb is currently entering the final season of his rookie contract, which would see him earn roughly $18 million on the fifth-year option, but he's been clear about his desire to come to terms on a long-term deal to keep him with the Cowboys. Patrik Walker of the team's official site reports that Lamb recently responded to rumors of a potential holdout by saying he'll "be in Dallas" this season, though mandatory workouts won't begin until minicamp in early June. DeVonta Smith, a 2021 first-round pick, is fresh off signing a three-year, $75 million extension including $51 million guaranteed with the Eagles, but Lamb's production could well warrant a top-of-the-market deal closer to $30 million per year.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Leading receiver in wild-card loss

    Lamb caught nine of 17 targets for 110 yards in Sunday's 48-32 wild-card loss to the Packers. The NFL's receptions leader in 2023 barely made an impact in the first half as Dak Prescott struggled to move the offense, but Lamb wound up topping the Cowboys in receiving yards with a big, though futile, second half. The fourth-year wideout finished the regular season with a 135-1,749-12 line on 181 targets while adding 113 rushing yards and two more touchdowns on 14 carries, and assuming Prescott returns to Dallas, Lamb figures to come off the board very quickly in 2024 fantasy drafts.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Dazzles again in Week 18

    Lamb caught all 13 of his targets for 98 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Commanders. With the Cowboys needing a victory to secure an NFC East title and the No. 2 seed in the NFC, Dak Prescott leaned heavily on Lamb once again. The fourth-year wideout put a bow on his incredible campaign with a four-yard TD grab just before halftime and a six-yard score in the third quarter, and Lamb's 135 catches on the season not only set a new franchise record, they made him the first player in Dallas history to lead the NFL in the category. If the Bills' secondary shuts down Tyreek Hill on Sunday night, Lamb's 1,749 receiving yards could also end up leading the league. He'll roll into the postseason with a juicy matchup on tap in the wild-card round against a Packers secondary that struggled badly at times down the stretch.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Top DFS Play (WR Preview)

    Lamb is on a remarkable heater to finish the season. He's scored a touchdown in eight straight games and just hung 42 PPR Fantasy points on the Detroit Lions. The Commanders haven't covered anyone all season, though they did hold Lamb to a paltry 15.3 Fantasy points on Thanksgiving. He's scored more than that in every game since. Stack him with Dak in cash games, there's plenty of value everywhere else.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Big fantasy game despite loss

    Lamb finished with six receptions on 10 targets for 118 yards and a touchdown while adding 14 rushing yards on two attempts in Sunday's 22-20 loss to the Dolphins. Lamb did all the heavy lifting for the Cowboys' offense Sunday, finishing as the team's leading receiver in every category while also chipping in 14 rushing yards to help a struggling rushing attack. All of this was not enough to lift Dallas past Miami, who won Sunday's contest on a last-second field goal by Jason Sanders. Lamb extended his impressive touchdown streak to seven games, and he is just one receiving touchdown away from setting a new personal career best. The superstar wideout will shoot for his 10th receiving touchdown when the Cowboys host the Lions on Saturday.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Top DFS Play (WR Preview)

    The choice between Lamb and Tyreek Hill will not be an easy one. The tiebreaker for me is that Lamb is $900 cheaper and Hill may still not be 100% by the time the Cowboys and Dolphins kick off. Last week was the first time since Week 9 that Lamb failed to reach the end zone and the second time since Week 5 that he didn't score at least 17 PPR Fantasy points.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Hauls in TD in Thanksgiving rout

    Lamb caught four of nine targets for 53 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Commanders. He added a two-point conversion. The wideout had trouble connecting with Dak Prescott early in the game, and Lamb was overthrown on what could have been a walk-in TD on the Cowboys' first possession. The QB made it up to him in the second half though, and Lamb hauled in a 15-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, plus the subsequent two-point conversions attempt, as Dallas pulled away late. Lamb has scored six TDs in five games since the team's bye while amassing 44 catches for 591 yards on 62 targets over that stretch, and he figures to be productive again in Week 13 against the Seahawks.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Gets back to full Tuesday

    Lamb (ankle) practiced fully Tuesday, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. He opened Week 12 prep with a limited listing on Monday's practice estimate due to an ankle injury, but Lamb was a full participant the next day and doesn't appear to be in danger of missing Thursday's contest against the Commanders. Both coach Mike McCarthy (per Jane Slater of NFL Network) and Lamb himself (according to Machota) expressed confidence in such an outcome Tuesday, with the wide receiver saying, "I'll be out there." Lamb will look to exploit a Washington defense that has given up the second-most touchdowns (15) and second-most yards per target (9.7) to wide receivers through 11 games this season.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Estimated as limited Monday

    Lamb was listed as a limited participant on Monday's estimated practice report due to an ankle injury, Todd Archer of reports. The Cowboys merely conducted a walk-through Monday, one day after Lamb played a relatively standard 79 percent of the offensive snaps in a blowout win over the Panthers while catching six passes for 38 yards and one touchdown on nine targets. No reports surfaced during the game that Lamb was playing through an injury, and head coach Mike McCarthy relayed Monday that the wideout's ankle issue "is not of high concern" as Thursday's game against the Commanders approaches, per Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News. McCarthy added that Lamb won't be asked to "open up" his activity until Wednesday, so Lamb could be listed as limited again on Tuesday's practice report.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Scores in victory

    Lamb caught six of nine targets for 38 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-10 win over the Panthers. Lamb's sensational three-week streak of 150-yard games was snapped, but the wideout still compensated with a five-yard touchdown. With Dallas nursing a comfortable lead for the most of Sunday's contest, the team's dependence on Lamb wasn't as significant, resulting in his second-lowest yardage of the campaign. The star wideout will now face a quick turnaround ahead of a Thanksgiving clash against the Commanders in Week 12.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Makes history in Sunday's rout

    Lamb caught 11 of 14 targets for 151 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 49-17 win over the Giants. He also ran in a 14-yard TD on his only carry. The fourth-year wideout didn't even lead the Cowboys in receiving yards on the day -- that honor belonged to Brandin Cooks in a breakout 173-yard performance -- but Lamb's own huge effort put him in the NFL record books, as he became the first player in league history with three straight games of at least 10 catches and 150 yards. Lamb actually has four straight 100-yard games dating back to Week 6, and he sits just 25 receiving yards shy of his third straight 1,000-yard campaign heading into a Week 11 clash with the Panthers.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Shreds Rams' secondary

    Lamb recorded 12 receptions on 14 targets for 158 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 43-20 win over the Rams. Lamb dominated the opportunity among Cowboys pass catchers, as he earned a season-best 14 targets with no other player topping four. He took advantage by dominating the Rams secondary, finding the end zone from 22 and 10 yards away. In total, he had four receptions of more than 20 yards, helping him top 100 yards for the third time this season and for the second consecutive contest.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Finds end zone in quiet performance

    Lamb recorded four receptions on six targets for 36 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 38-3 win over the Patriots. Lamb was overshadowed by Jake Ferguson and Michael Gallup in the offense. While that may have been the byproduct of Dallas having a significant advantage on the scoreboard, Lamb has now seen seven or fewer targets in three of four games on the season. Despite the limited volume, he still managed to salvage his fantasy performance with a 20-yard touchdown catch late in the first quarter -- his first trip to the end zone this season. He'll turn his attention to another tough defensive matchup in Week 5, as the Cowboys are set to square off against the 49ers.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Held in check in Sunday's loss

    Lamb caught four of seven targets for 53 yards in Sunday's 28-16 loss to the Cardinals. While the Cowboys had some success on the ground, Lamb and the passing game didn't make much of an impact with Dak Prescott working behind an offensive line missing three starters, including Zack Martin (ankle). Lamb has still topped 50 receiving yards in all three games in 2023, but he faces a tough matchup in Week 4 against a Patriots defense that's been the only one to somewhat contain Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins' passing attack so far this season.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Ties career high in receptions

    Lamb caught 11 of 13 targets for 143 yards in Sunday's 30-10 win over the Jets. Despite being matched up frequently against Sauce Gardner, Lamb put together a huge performance as he tied his career high in catches while accounting for over 56 percent of Dak Prescott's passing yards. In fact, no other Cowboy came within 100 yards of Lamb's output -- Tony Pollard finished second on the team with 37 receiving yards. The No. 1 wideout could be busy again in Week 3 against a Cardinals defense that just gave up 321 passing yards to Daniel Jones, most of which came in an epic second-half collapse.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Healthy to start camp

    Lamb (leg) took part in practice Wednesday, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Lamb's participation at the beginning of training camp confirms he's moved past the minor leg injury that caused him to miss a practice or two in June. The fourth-year wideout is locked in as Dak Prescott's favorite target, albeit with a bit more competition for the quarterback's attention after the Cowboys traded for Brandin Cooks and have a healthier version of Michael Gallup. Of course, Dallas also lost tight end Dalton Schultz this offseason, and there's room for the 24-year-old Lamb to command an even larger target share if he continues improving the way he did between his second and third NFL seasons.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Leading receiver in losing effort

    Lamb corralled 10 of 13 targets for 117 yards and rushed twice for six yards in Sunday's 19-12 divisional-round loss to the 49ers. Lamb took advantage of the 49ers' Achilles heel -- its cornerbacks -- and produced the first 100-yard receiving game of his young postseason career. The rest of Dallas' offense sputtered in the loss, bringing the star wideout's 2022 season to a close. Lamb finished with career highs across the board during the regular season, finishing with 107 receptions for 1,359 yards and nine touchdowns across 17 games. The 23-year-old will enter the fourth year of his rookie contract in 2023, and he will likely command a huge contract extension if he continues to make strides as the Cowboys' top wideout.
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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Finds end zone in wild-card win

    Lamb brought in four of six targets for 68 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys' 31-14 wild-card win over the Buccaneers on Monday night. Lamb was having a fairly underwhelming night until he rounded it out nicely with an 18-yard scoring grab early in the fourth quarter. The third-year wideout ultimately finished second on Dallas in receiving yards and tied for second in targets on a night in which Dak Prescott shined with a 300-yard, four-touchdown performance. Lamb figures to play an integral role once again in Sunday's divisional-round road clash against a talented but occasionally vulnerable 49ers secondary.
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