Cowboys try to save season with Amari Cooper blockbuster

Cowboys try to save season with Amari Cooper blockbuster

Cowboys try to save season with Amari Cooper blockbuster

Last Sunday, Adam Schefter's report for ESPN said that the Cowboys had researched Cooper "in recent days".

The Raiders will now have three 2019 first-round picks. Cooper's final year of his deal is next season and carries a $13 million cap hit.

The Cowboys now sit at 3-4 with the NFL's 29th-ranked offense.

Amari Cooper is heading to Dallas.

The Cowboys desperately needed help at wide receiver. Cooper has battled drops, injuries, and mental lapses over the last two years, and Oakland's regime clearly didn't see him as a fit in its future plans.

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Dallas receivers have just one 100-yard game combined through seven games, by Cole Beasley in a Week 6 win over Jacksonville.

The biggest move, and the most controversial one, from the Raiders was dealing Khalil Mack to the Bears for a pair of first round pick, which was only made worse by Mack being great, the Raiders being terrible rushing the passer, and Gruden continuously wondering why that was.

The Raiders are in the midst of their bye week and don't play again until October 28 against Indianapolis. After posting back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons to begin his tenure in Oakland, Cooper was only able to muster 680 yards and seven scores previous year in 14 contests. That is elite receiver money and Cooper is not an elite receiver, and then you remember the Cowboys are giving up a first round pick that right now would be in the top 10.

In 48 games, Galloway caught 151 passes for 2,341 yards and 12 touchdowns. Cooper handled 22 percent of Oakland's targets during his first two National Football League seasons, but averaged a 19 percent share in 2017 and a 13 percent share so far in 2018.

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