Cook brought in six of seven targets for 107 yards in Thursday's 31-30 win over the Chiefs.
The veteran tight end appeared to momentarily be the hero when he brought in a contested 29-yard reception with 23 seconds remaining that was initially ruled a touchdown. However, Cook was ruled down at the 1-yard line upon replay review, setting up a heart-stopping game-ending sequence in which the Raiders finally prevailed on Michael Crabtree's two-yard touchdown reception on the last of three untimed downs. The 30-year-old Cook established new season highs in both receptions and yardage with Thursday's effort, which marked his first time eclipsing the century mark since Week 11 of last season. He'll look to build on the performance versus the Bills in a Week 8 matchup.
Cook nabbed two of three targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Chargers.
Cook has yet to improve week-to-week in terms of catches thus far this season and saw his season low in receptions, targets and yards on Sunday. The free-agent acquisition was supposed to add another dimension to an Oakland offense that was among the league's best last season, but the team has taken a tumble, averaging just over 13 points during its four-game slide. As a result, there isn't much to hang your hat on in Oakland at the moment.
Cook hauled in three passes on six targets for 25 yards during Sunday's 30-17 loss to the Ravens.
Cook tied his season-low in receiving yards during Week 5's loss but has yet to see less than five targets in a game throughout his 2017 campaign. His production has still been modest with 19 receptions for 195 yards and one touchdown through five contests. Cook will look to find the end zone for the second time this year in Week 6 against the Chargers, when quarterback Derek Carr (back) is expected to return from injury.
Cook caught three of eight targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 16-10 loss to the Broncos.
Cook wasn't targeted much through the early stages, but the introduction of backup quarterback EJ Manuel saw his usage increase later in the game. Finishing tied for the team lead in targets, including two in the end zone that wound up as drops on catchable balls, Cook could remain heavily involved next week is Manuel plays for the injured Derek Carr (back). Regardless, Cook should have a role to play due to the team's injuries at the skill positions.
Cook caught four passes for 43 yards and a touchdown on six targets during Sunday's loss to the Redskins.
Cook, who was limited by a shoulder injury earlier in the week, led the Raiders in receiving yards and scored the team's lone touchdown during an otherwise disastrous offensive performance. The team's No. 1 tight end has remained consistent through his first three games as a Raider, catching 13 passes for 124 yards on 17 targets. He'll look to find the end zone again in Week 4 against a tough Broncos defense.
|8||10/29/17||@ BUF||1:00 pm|
|9||11/5/17||@ MIA||8:30 pm|
|Bye: Week 10|
|14||12/10/17||@ KC||1:00 pm|
|16||12/25/17||@ PHI||8:30 pm|
|17||12/31/17||@ LAC||4:25 pm|
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