We know Amari Cooper could run past defensive backs on Saturdays. But now he’s doing it on Sundays.
The second year wide receiver hauled in a 34-yard strike from quarterback Derek Carr in the third quarter. The catch gave the Raiders their first lead of the day at 17-10.
The touchdown catch was Cooper’s second on the year. After the touchdown, Cooper now has six catches and 92 receiving yards on the day.
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Cooper was the last Alabama player taken in the top five of the NFL Draft, as he went No. 4 in the 2015 NFL Draft. He is the highest drafted offensive player in the Nick Saban era at Alabama.
Cooper’s former team travels to Baton Rouge next weekend to take on No. 15 LSU. Alabama is ranked No. 1 in the polls this week.