The Los Angeles Rams have some issues on offense — it's no secret. But one thing they definitely have is a dependable wide receiver in Eastern Washington rookie Cooper Kupp, who showed off that trait in a preseason matchup against the Raiders.
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Kuppp led all receivers in a 24-21 L.A. victory, hauling in six of his seven targets for a game-high 70 yards and a score, the first touchdown of the game.
And he didn't just have the quantity — his catches were hard earned. Working across the middle of the field multiple times, he pulled in a couple of passes that were not exactly on the numbers.
He had to tip a pass to himself in front of the goal line that Jared Goff nearly sailed into the endzone, and later went low to keep a pass off of the grass and move the chains.
Through two games Kupp has 8 receptions for over 100 yards and a receiving touchdown, and he also recovered a teammate's fumble for a score in week one.
L.A. recently acquired Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins to bolster their attack, but that shouldn't stop Kupp from getting the targets he deserves this fall when the Rams take the field.
Check out his highlights from week two of the preseason:
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