Cooper was a sit each of the first two weeks, with mixed results. He struggled mightily in Week 1 and then went off for nine catches, 101 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets against the Jets in Week 2. We got the full scope of Cooper through the first two games. He remains one of the more boom-or-bust options in the league. But this is another week to get away from the Browns’ top receiver. First, they play on Thursday and we know that can be tricky. Additionally, it is a much tougher matchup against the Steelers, who look like a solid matchup on paper after what the Patriots receivers did against them last week. Still, we know that the Steelers secondary is one of the stronger ones in the NFL. A divisional matchup, on Thursday Night Football, that has the potential to be a defensive matchup. I would stay away from Cooper in this one.