5 years ago

Riley Cooper caught two passes for 31 yards and a touchdown in Philadelphia's Week 13 loss to the Cowboys.

Starting in place of DeSean Jackson, Cooper worked Cowboys CB Brandon Carr for a circus catch on his 15-yard score in the third quarter, but had an otherwise quiet night. He drew just five looks from rookie QB Nick Foles, who did a surprisingly good job of spreading around his targets. Cooper flashes occasional signs of brilliance, but not nearly enough to make him worth stretch-run consideration as a WR3.