With the likes of Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp and Brandin Cooks, the Los Angeles Rams have proven they have one of the most explosive wide receiving corps in the league.
Just as long as they can stay healthy, of course. But that's proven a much harder caveat to avoid than most fantasy owners and Rams fans may have expected.
#LARams HC Sean McVay says WRs Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp (concussion) will participate in individual drills today. If they get through everything symptom free, they’ll practice in full tomorrow. And if they get through tomorrow fine, they’ll be good to go for Sunday.— Myles Simmons (@MylesASimmons) October 11, 2018
However, both parties received positive news out of Los Angeles Thursday, with Kupp and Cooks returning to practice after both receivers suffered head injuries in Week 5 against the Seattle Seahawks.
Kupp's fantasy stock has been steadily rising seemingly since the latter half of last season, while Cooks' value has remained consistently positive since his time with the Saints. Practicing on Thursday is far from a lock to play Sunday, but if either of these guys is good to go come kickoff, you should certainly have them in your starting lineup.
As we all learned in a Week 4 shootout against the Minnesota Vikings, as long the Rams' receiving threats are healthy, they're all WR1s and/or 2s for your fantasy team.
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