Fantasy Football: Dallas Cowboys Studs, Duds, and Sleepers

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It’s that time of year again Dallas Cowboys fans. No, I’m not talking about the start of the NFL season. I’m talking about fantasy football draft nights taking place in living rooms and garages all across America. And as die-hard fans, I’m sure we all have a tendency to over-reach for our favorite Cowboy players. But have no fear! Here is my breakdown of each of the Cowboys top fantasy producers and when you should (or shouldn’t) draft them.

Aug 9, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) during warmups before the preseason game against the Oakland Raiders at O.Co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Stud: Dez Bryant, WR1 – (First or Second Round)

I’m not breaking news here. Dez Bryant is going to be a fantasy stud this year. Stop the presses! The fourth year wideout is looking better than ever. He is also saying and doing all the right things, on and off-the-field. The predicted 2,000 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns might be a stretch, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Bryant came pretty darn close

But does that mean you should draft him with your first round pick? Probably not. But he will almost be guaranteed to be taken mid-second round. So if you want him, you’ll probably have to go up to get him. Or you could always be patient and hope he falls to you…good luck.

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