James Cook

Running Back


 / Buffalo

 / Bills

James Cook, Damien Harris To Share Backfield
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook is expected to share the backfield with newcomer Damien Harris in 2023. Standing at 5-foot-11, 213 pounds, Harris will provide the thump that cook and pass-catching back Nyheim Hines lack. In his rookie campaign in 2022, Cook impressed with 507 yards and two touchdowns on 89 carries while adding 21 receptions for 180 yards and a touchdown in 16 games. The 23-year-old should see much more volume in his sophomore season, making him an attractive fantasy ... [Read More]
Week 17 Waiver Wire Rankings - Fantasy Football Pickups Include Zack Moss, James Cook, Isaiah Hodgins, Rashid Shaheed
Welcome to Week 17 RotoBallers, and another round of waiver wire pickups! We have seen new injuries emerge for fantasy football, and players who may be breaking out. As you consider who to pickup for your rosters, as always we're here to help you sift through it.Each week our NFL team puts out a complete array of fantasy football waiver wire articles, to compliment our slick new Who Should I Pickup? waiver wire player comparison tool. Here is a quick rundown of our articles. Our fantasy football... [Read More]
James Cook Plays Well In Week 8
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook was able to make positive strides during Sunday's Week 8 matchup against the Green Bay Packers. The rookie back carried the ball five times for 35 yards, also adding a 41-yard catch as well. Devin Singletary remains the lead back, so Cook's value changes weekly. Luckily, the Bills had a big lead in this game, so they could afford to give Cook some extra snaps. He won't be a recommended starting option in fantasy leagues, but hopefully he'll continue to ... [Read More]
James Cook Is Too Risky To Start
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook has made some nice plays early in the season. In Week 2, Cook rushed for 53 yards on 11 attempts, but he's done very little outside of that. Last week, Cook finished with a nothing in the Week 4 win over the Baltimore Ravens. He was targeted once, but didn't touch the ball once on the ground. That being said, it's tough to count on Cook to get heavily involved every week. Devin Singletary has been proving himself and Zack Moss is currently the backup. ... [Read More]
James Cook Likely To Struggle Against Titans
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook made his NFL debut last week, but unfortunately wasn't able to make much of an impact. He rushed the ball once and fumbled it, which is obviously not an ideal way to start his career. The Bills are using a committee approach at running back, which doesn't help any fantasy managers. The Bills are likely to continue involving Cook, but it's tough to imagine him having reliable fantasy value right now. He's worth holding in some deep formats and dynasty ... [Read More]