Amari Cooper does something no other Raiders WR has done since Randy Moss

Amari Cooper was the No. 4 overall pick in the NFL Draft.

Amari Cooper did something that hasn’t been done in a Silver and Black uniform since 2005. 

The Oakland Raiders rookie wide receiver breached the 1,000-yard mark after his six reception, 120-yard performance in Sunday’s loss to the Packers. 

Cooper, who reached the mark on a 41-yard catch in the third quarter, became the first Raiders player to reach that milestone since Randy Moss a decade ago. 

Cooper, who was the Raiders’ first-round pick this past year, snapped the longest current drought in the NFL and is a reason for optimism in Oakland.