Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Sammy Watkins expressed frustration over his limited output in the past two weeks after catching six passes for 106 yards and two touchdowns in their Week 3 win over San Francisco 49ers. In their 35-30 win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4,

Watkins caught just one pass for 17 yards and he came up with zero catch in their 16-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. While he’s frustrated about his production, Watkins clarified that he’s not asking for a bigger role, saying his role could change every week, depending on the coverage of the opposing squad.

Watkins 4th leading receiver for Rams

Currently, Watkins ranks fourth in terms of receiving with the Rams, behind running back Todd Gurley, Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp. Watkins has 14 catches for 211 yards and two touchdowns while Gurley is the leading receiver with 22 catches for 241 yards and three touchdowns.

Rams quarterback Jared Goff said he wants to get Watkins more involved on offense but it depends on the reads and the coverage every game. Watkins will be tested anew Sunday when the Rams take on the Jacksonville Jaguars, who own one of the best cornerback duos in Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye. Ramsey and Bouye have allowed a 41.9 passer rating, with one touchdown and four interceptions.

A first-round pick by Buffalo in 2014, Watkins played three years with the Bills, who traded him in the offseason to the Rams for cornerback E.J. Gaines and a 2018 second-round pick. In his career, Watkins caught 67 passes for 2,670 yards and 19 touchdowns.

WR Amari Cooper keeps positive outlook

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper is keeping his positive outlook despite his struggles this season.

The Raiders are currently on a three-game losing skid and during that span, Cooper caught just four passes for 23 yards. This season, Cooper caught just 13 of 33 targets this season for 118 yards and a touchdown.

Cooper’s 39.4 percent reception percentage is last among 50 players with 30-plus targets, according to NFL.com. However, Cooper told Paul Gutierrez of ESPN remains confident about the situation, saying he will “stay true to who I am and the ball will find me.” The Raiders are hoping that Derek Carr’s return will get Cooper move involved on offense. Last season, Cooper caught 83 passes for 1,153 yards and five touchdowns in 16 games. In his rookie year, Cooper received 72 passes for 1,070 yards and six scores for the Raiders.