Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup caught a touchdown pass in a Week 13 win over the New Orleans Saints. Gallup's touchdown was the only score the Dallas passing game was able to score. In total, Gallup saw nine targets, catching five passes for 36 yards and the score. His touchdown came on a fantastic catch on a goal line fade from a yard away in the first quarter. With Amari Cooper (COVID-19) only playing sparingly in this one, Gallup operated as the WR2 on the Cowboys offense. He'll likely fall back into his WR3 role in Week 14 against the Washington Football Team.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup could have an expanded role again in Week 13's Thursday Night Football game against the New Orleans Saints. Gallup led the Cowboys in receiving on Thanksgiving with Amari Cooper (COVID-19) and CeeDee Lamb (concussion) both out. Lamb is expected to return, but Cooper seems to be on the wrong side of questionable. Going up against a Saints defense that hasn't been able to stop opposing wide receivers all season, Gallup is a WR2 if Cooper doesn't play.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup led the Cowboys with 106 receiving yards in a Week 12 Thanksgiving loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. He was targeted eight times, making five catches. He finished third on the team in targets, with Cedrick Wilson and Noah Brown seeing more passes thrown their way. Gallup has the talent to go up against an opposing team's top defensive backs, but when Amari Cooper (COVID-19) and CeeDee Lamb (concussion) return, Gallup will be back to third on the receiver depth chart.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup could be the top receiver on the depth chart on Thanksgiving against the Las Vegas Raiders. With Amari Cooper (COVID-19) out for sure and CeeDee Lamb (concussion) looking doubtful at best, Gallup could be left with the main receiving role in Week 12. He'd be competing with tight end Dalton Schultz and the Cowboys running backs as quarterback Dak Prescott's first look on any passing plays. Gallup has spent most of his Cowboys career as a third option, but has shown the upside to make plays when targeted, even against better opposing defensive backs. Gallup is a WR2 for Week 12 but has WR1 upside if the Cowboys offense can get things going despite their missing pass catchers.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup led the team in targets in Week 11, seeing 10 passes thrown his way while catching five for 44 yards. With Amari Cooper (COVID-19) out and CeeDee Lamb (concussion) forced to leave the game early, Gallup was the top wide receiver for the Cowboys for most of the game. That could be the case for the whole game against the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day, as Cooper is already certain to be out and Lamb looks very doubtful. Gallup should be one of the more popular waiver wire adds in leagues where he's available for Week 12.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup made his return to the field in Week 10 and caught three passes for 42 yards. It wasn't a particularly noteworthy performance, but Gallup did end up playing his usual pre-injury number of snaps. With the Cowboys firmly in control throughout the game in Week 10, it is difficult to draw any conclusions around Gallup's usage. Week 11 should be a much closer game against the Kansas City Chiefs, and it will be interesting to see how Gallup performs and how many chances he gets. He's a WR3/4 with a huge range of possible outcomes this week, but his fantasy arrow could be pointing up for the rest of the season depending on how things go.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) made three catches in his return to the lineup for a Week 10 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Gallup was targeted five times after missing two months due to a calf strain. His three catches were good for 42 yards, and he should work his way back into fantasy WR3 status next week against the Kansas City Chiefs in what should be an offensive showdown.
Dallas Cowboys wide receivers Michael Gallup (calf) and Cedrick Wilson (shoulder) will both be in the lineup for Sunday's matchup against the Falcons. Gallup hasn't played since Week 1 after he sustained a calf injury against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, so there is a chance he won't see his usual workload after being activated from Injured Reserve on Saturday. However, with quarterback Dak Prescott leading the charge, Gallup could foreseeably get something going on the fantasy end against Atlanta and should remain on the radar as a starting option in deeper formats as a result. With the return of Gallup, Wilson will fall further down the pecking order in a crowded Dallas offense.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) has been cleared to return to action Sunday against the Falcons, while the team will have a new kicker in Lirim Hajrullahu. Greg Zuerlein remains sidelined under the league's health and safety protocols, opening the door for the 31-year-old from Malta to kick in his first NFL game. Gallup's return gives quarterback Dak Prescott another weapon in the passing game, although how quickly the wideout is able to ramp up after not having played since Week 1 remains unclear. During Dallas' season opener, Gallup was able to snag four catches for 36 yards; his return could impede some of the upside that CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper have in the Cowboys' high-octane passing attack.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) is expected to return and play in Week 10 against the Atlanta Falcons. Gallup should return to a full practice on Wednesday and will be activated from Injured Reserve before Sunday's game. The 25-year-old suffered a left calf strain in the season opener and has been on the shelf since. As such, fantasy managers shouldn't expect much of anything from him in his first game back after a long layoff, and the Cowboys are likely to keep him on some sort of snap count against Atlanta. Coming off an embarrassing loss to the Denver Broncos at home in Week 9, the Cowboys offense will head into Week 10 angry. Eventually, Gallup will likely replace Cedrick Wilson as the No. 3 pass-catcher behind Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) will not return off injured reserve for Sunday's outing against Denver despite logging practices earlier in the week. Gallup has been sidelined since logging four receptions for 36 yards in the team's Week 1 opener vs. the Bucs. Without Gallup in the mix, Cedrick Wilson has stepped in and filled the role of the team's No. 3 WR, while Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb have excelled with Dak Prescott under center. It appears that a return isn't far off for Gallup, who seems to be a strong candidate to return in Week 10 against a favorable Falcons defense, which could earn him some FLEX appeal in deeper season-long formats.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) is back at his second week of practice as he works to return from an injury suffered in Week 1. Dallas coach Mike McCarthy said he wants to see Gallup "get through a full week and then evaluate it," which pours a little bit of cold water on the idea that Gallup is a lock to be activated this Sunday. Still, he should be added off the wire in all deep leagues and could be a decent bench stash in shallower leagues, especially with news that CeeDee Lamb sprained his ankle on Wednesday. However, when the Cowboys are fully healthy, it will be hard to rely on guaranteed targets for Gallup in an offense that likes to also run the ball a fair amount.
The Dallas Cowboys are hopeful that wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) can return and play in Week 9 against the Denver Broncos, but his status will be determined by how he looks in practice this week. The Cowboys aren't going to rush Gallup back into the fold, and fantasy managers shouldn't expect a ton of production immediately upon his return. Receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb will remain quarterback Dak Prescott's go-to guys, but Gallup should have a role eventually alongside Cedrick Wilson. The 25-year-old caught four of his seven targets for 36 yards in the season opener before getting injured. Cooper and Lamb will remain must-starts in fantasy once Gallup is back, but tight end Dalton Schultz and Wilson will probably be hurt the most whenever Gallup is back on the field on game day.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) won't play during Sunday Night Football against the Vikings. However, there remains a chance that he could make it back for the Week 9 matchup against the visiting Broncos. Gallup hasn't played since injuring his calf during the season opener against Tampa Bay, where he logged four catches for 36 yards. Nonetheless, it appears as if he is moving in the right direction and should remain stashed in deeper formats for his anticipated return. In the meantime, Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb should continue to benefit from additional looks.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup was back at practice on Wednesday for the first time after suffering a calf injury in Week 1. The wide receiver has 21 days to be activated from the IR, so it's not guaranteed that he will be back for Week 8, but his return does appear to be imminent. With Dallas throwing the ball less than they did last year, Gallup may not return to a large workload; however, the roles of CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper figure to remain relatively the same. The return of Gallup could cut most into the breakout of tight end Dalton Schultz as the team reverts back to more three wide receiver sets.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) has been designated to return from Injured Reserve on Monday and will begin his 21-day window to be activated. Gallup will return to practice after being sidelined since Week 1, but there is currently no timetable for his return. Before exiting the Week 1 matchup with Tampa Bay, Gallup saw seven targets and caught four passes for 38 yards. He could be worth a bench stash moving forward, as he is an undeniable talent and could see his value skyrocket if Amari Cooper or CeeDee Lamb missed any time. Whenever Gallup returns to the lineup, tight endDalton Schultz could see a decrease in volume and would likely not be able to keep up his elite production.
The Dallas Cowboys have officially placed wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) on the Injured Reserve list and he will now miss a minimum of three weeks. The Cowboys No. 3 wide receiver had a nice game in Week 1 and caught four of his seven receptions for 36 yards before suffering a calf injury late in the contest. The Cowboys were pass-heavy in Week 1, but even when healthy, Gallup is behind CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper for targets. In leagues that offer IR spots, Gallup can be stashed, but he can otherwise be sent packing to the waiver wire for a healthier option. With Gallup sidelined, wide receiver Cedrick Wilson step into the No. 3 spot. Wilson caught all three of his targets for 24 yards in Week 1 and could be an interesting option on the waiver wire for Week 2.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (calf) will be sidelined for three to five weeks after he was injured in the season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night. Gallup exited the game early after catching four passes for 36 yards on seven targets. Until he returns to the lineup, wide receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb get a boost in value and can both be considered WR1s as they will continue to have a massive target share. Cooper was targeted 16 times to Lamb's 15 in Week 1, so they will likely continue to demand double-digit targets on a weekly basis. Upon Gallup's return to action, he will remain a WR4 option as he is third in line for targets in the Dallas offense.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (ankle) was forced to leave Thursday's game against the Tampa Bay Bucs about half way through the second half due to a left ankle injury. Gallup was able to walk off the field under his own power, but he never seemed close to returning despite it being a close game all the way to the end. Before getting hurt, Gallup was on the field for almost as many snaps as Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb. The Cowboys take on the Chargers in Week 2, so Gallup will have 10 days to heal up for that contest. If he is forced to miss time, Cedrick Wilson would slide in as the third wide receiver on the Dallas depth chart. More information on Gallup's ankle should be available soon.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup played as the clear third wide receiver option in a Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs. Gallup was targeted seven times, making four catches for 36 scoreless yards. Fellow wide receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb were targeted 16 and 15 times, respectively. Gallup always has big game potential, but would be best rostered in best ball leagues rather than standard formats. If one of the receivers ahead of him on the depth chart were to get hurt though, Gallup would suddenly be a starting option in most leagues.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (ankle) is questionable to return to the team's Week 1 contest against the Buccaneers. Gallup had four catches for 36 yards before exiting. The way Dallas used Gallup was encouraging, even if the numbers didn't necessarily look great for fantasy purposes. If Gallup misses any time, Cedrick Wilson would step into a larger role, though he wouldn't have nearly the upside that Gallup has nd wouldn't be a priority waiver add.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup doesn't have the upside of some of his teammates, but should still be a solid lower-end option in a Week 1 matchup against the Tampa Bay Bucs. Gallup was the overall WR29 while Dak Prescott was on the field last season, and he's certainly not being drafted as a startable WR3. He'll have boom or bust weeks and is an ideal wide receiver in a best ball league, but should still be serviceable in deeper standard formats as well. Gallup is expected to see some time in the slot, so that could give him more chances to get on a roll with more short passes going his way. He's a decent-floor WR4 for Week 1.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup has been working from the slot more than usual in training camp, according to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News. Gallup ran on the outside on 93% of his routes last season, but he's showing much more versatility this summer and could allow the Cowboys to use several of their wide receivers interchangeably. CeeDee Lamb, who has been the standout at camp according to almost all beat reporters, will also get some run from the slot. Amari Cooper (ankle) is dealing with an injury and may end up moving things around once he returns, but with the Cowboys offense expected to take strides this season, Gallup could be a solid deeper league option and is always an excellent choice in best-ball formats.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup could see several different spots on the Cowboys offensive formation this coming season. In offseason practices, he reportedly lined up in all of the wide receiver spots, including in the slot, where he was only thrown to three times in the whole 2020 season. Gallup ended up being used as a seam stretching outside receiver, which made for the type of inconsistent production that works in best ball leagues but is eternally frustrating in more standard formats. Playing time was never the issue for Gallup, as he finished the 2020 season with the second-most pass routes run in the NFL. He's probably still best suited for best ball formats, but could be a steal in the later rounds of standard league drafts if he continues to move around the offense.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup caught four passes in Week 17, gaining 49 yards. He was targeted eight times in the loss to the New York Giants. Gallup settled into a boom-or-bust role this season with Andy Dalton at quarterback. Gallup had three top-10 fantasy wide receiver finishes and six finishes outside of the top-60. He's a key part of the Cowboys offense on the football field, but he's still far too unpredictable to trust as a fantasy starter. He would see a huge uptick in value if either of the two receivers ahead of him miss time, though.
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