QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Fri 6/17/22 11:34 AM

Lamb was held out of June minicamp with a hamstring injury but wasn't worried about his availability for training camp, Mickey Spagnola of DallasCowboys.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News believes Lamb would've been able to practice if it had been the regular season. The 23-year-old wideout has missed one game through two years in the NFL, and he doesn't have a noteworthy history of soft-tissue injuries, hamstring or otherwise. This shouldn't have much impact on Lamb's second-round ADP in summer fantasy drafts as he prepares for his first season as the Cowboys' clear-cut No. 1 receiver.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Sun 1/16/22 11:28 PM

Lamb caught one of five targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 23-17 loss to the 49ers in the wild-card round. He also gained five yards on his only carry.
EDGE Analysis
It was a disappointing ending to the season for Lamb and for the Cowboys, and the second-year wideout failed to find the end zone or reach 90 receiving yards in his final eight games between the regular season and the playoffs. Lamb's overall numbers still took a step forward, as he set career highs across the board with 79 catches for 1,102 yards and six TDs on 120 targets over 16 games, and he should head into 2022 as a key part of a potent passing game alongside Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Sat 1/8/22 11:32 PM

Lamb caught both of his targets for 45 yards in Saturday's 51-26 win over the Eagles.
EDGE Analysis
Lamb wasn't involved much, but he picked up first downs on both of his grabs, including a long reception of 31 yards. Although Lamb hasn't topped 70 yards over his last five contests and hasn't scored since Week 10, he still improved his rookie production across the board this season. The 22-year-old will now turn his attention toward his first-career playoff appearance, when he figures to be a big factor for the Cowboys.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Mon 1/3/22 12:10 AM

Lamb caught three of four targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 25-22 loss to the Cardinals.
EDGE Analysis
The Cowboys' offense didn't really get going until late in the second quarter, and Lamb's volume suffered the most among the team's top wideouts -- four other Dallas players, including Cedrick Wilson, saw more targets. Lamb has still topped his rookie-year production with 77 catches for 1,057 yards this season, and he'll get one more chance to pad those numbers in Week 18 against the Eagles.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Mon 12/27/21 1:10 AM

Lamb had four receptions (five targets) for 66 yards and lost two yards on his lone carry in Sunday's 56-14 rout of Washington.
EDGE Analysis
Amari Cooper (7-85-1) and Dalton Schultz (8-82-1) saw the bulk of the receiving action while the starters were still in the game, but Lamb still had a decent showing when factoring in that most of Dallas' offensive production came in the first half. There was plenty of garbage time in this one, so the Cowboys rested their starters for most of the second half, which could have resulted in a bigger game for the entire unit had this contest been more competitive. Lamb has continued his solid 2021 production by averaging six receptions and 66.5 yards over his last four games, but a lack of touchdowns over that span has limited his ceiling. The rising star will look for that elusive seventh trip to the end zone in a potential shootout against Arizona next Sunday.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Sun 12/19/21 4:35 PM

Lamb brought in six of nine targets for 50 yards in the Cowboys' 21-6 win over the Giants on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
Lamb paced the Cowboys in targets and checked in second in both receptions and receiving yards to Dalton Schultz, but a lack of trips to the end zone and just an 8.3 YPC made for a relatively modest fantasy performance overall. Lamb's numbers naturally played much better in PPR formats, and he's now posted at least six receptions in three straight games. The second-year standout does have a four-game touchdown drought, however, a matter he'll next get a chance to rectify in a Week 16 battle against Washington.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Sun 12/12/21 5:15 PM

Lamb caught seven passes for 61 yards on 10 targets against Washington on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
Lamb's box score is inefficient at a glance (70 percent catch rate, 6.1 yards per target), but he was Dallas' highest-volume pass catcher Sunday and his struggles were arguably more attributable to the play of Dak Prescott, who completed only 56.5 percent of his passes at 5.4 yards per attempt. Lamb's usage is reliably very high from week to week, and his numbers are almost certain to improve if Prescott turns in a better performance in Week 15 against the Giants.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Thu 12/2/21 11:58 PM

Lamb brought in seven of 13 targets for 89 yards in the Cowboys' 27-17 win over the Saints on Thursday night. He also rushed once for 33 yards and returned three punts for 35 yards.
EDGE Analysis
Making his return after a one-game absence while in concussion protocol, Lamb turned in an excellent all-purpose effort, one that saw him pace the Cowboys in receptions and receiving yards. The second-year wideout's target tally was also a team-high figure and his second highest of the season, and his rush attempt yielded a career-long run. Lamb's first opportunity to build on what was his most well-balanced performance of the season comes a week from Sunday in a Week 14 road battle versus Washington.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Mon 11/29/21 5:25 PM

Lamb was a full participant in Monday's practice and is in line to play Thursday against the Saints after clearing the NFL's five-step concussion protocol, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. "Going through the protocol, it was tough," Lamb said. "I feel a lot better."
EDGE Analysis
After he was diagnosed with the concussion following his early exit from the Cowboys' Week 11 loss to the Chiefs, Lamb made a strong push to clear the five-step protocol for head injuries ahead of the team's Thanksgiving Day game four days later, but he ultimately didn't receive the green light from an independent neurologist ahead of Dallas' 36-33 overtime loss to the Raiders. Lamb confirmed that he was able to pass all neurological testing at some point shortly after the game against Las Vegas, putting him on track to handle his normal starting role Thursday. Meanwhile, fellow starting wideout Amari Cooper didn't practice Monday while he was subject to cardiac testing after completing a 10-day quarantine following a positive COVID-19 test, but he should be ready to play this week if he's able to get back on the practice field at some point over the next two days. At this stage, No. 4 wideout Cedrick Wilson -- who injured his ankle Thanksgiving Day and didn't practice Monday -- looks to be the Dallas receiver most at risk of sitting out Week 13.

QCeeDee Lamb
WR DAL (9)
Sun 11/28/21 12:45 PM

Lamb (concussion) was deemed a full participant Sunday in the Cowboys' unofficial practice session, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
After sustaining the head injury exactly one week ago in the Cowboys' loss to the Chiefs, Lamb managed only one limited practice on a short week before being ruled out ahead of Dallas' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Raiders. The Cowboys will have another quick turnaround for Week 13 with a Thursday night matchup against the Saints, but Lamb's ability to increase his practice activity a few days later bodes well for his chances of being able to play in New Orleans. He'll still need to receive clearance from an independent neurologist before exiting the concussion protocol, but head coach Mike McCarthy seems optimistic that the wideout will be able to do so in advance of Thursday's contest.