Predicting the Cowboys pass-catchers final statlines for 2022
Michael Gallup’s Game-By-Game Predictions
W1 (TB) – Injured
W2 (CIN) – Injured
W3 (NYG) – Injured
W4 (WAS) – Injured
W5 (LAR) – 4 receptions, 28 receiving yards
W6 (PHI) – 4 receptions, 57 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown
W7 (DET) – 3 receptions, 46 receiving yards
W8 (CHI) – 4 receptions, 79 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown
W10 (GB) – 5 receptions, 66 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown
W11 (MIN) – 4 receptions, 59 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns
W12 (NYG) – 1 reception, 13 receiving yards
W13 (IND) – 5 receptions, 77 receiving yards
W14 (HOU) – 4 receptions, 57 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown
W15 (JAX) – 5 receptions, 62 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown
W16 (PHI) – 5 receptions, 84 receiving yards
W17 (TEN) – 3 receptions, 21 receiving yards
W18 (WAS) -1 receptions, 12 receiving yards
Michael Gallup’s Final 2022 Stats Prediction (13 games) – 48 receptions, 661 receiving yards, 13.8 yards per catch, 7 receiving touchdowns
This is it. The big return everyone is waiting for. It is unclear when Gallup will return from his ACL injury, but when he does, I expect him to be Mr. Consistency. That would be one way I would sum him up. Otherwise, I think he should come back to being one of Dak’s favorite deep targets.
In a surprise, at least to me, the Colorado State product has faced the opposing team’s best cornerback at one of the highest rates in the league over the past two seasons. This list also includes Washington, which is another bit of a surprise. If Lamb ends up commanding the other team’s top corner, this could be even better for Gallup.
I predict Gallup will retake his WR2 spot from Tolbert once he comes back and contribute at a high level.
He should be a top red zone target for No. 4 and help stretch the field vertically even more.