Fantasy Football: Dallas Cowboys Studs, Duds, and Sleepers

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Aug 9, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (82) looks on from the sideline during the game against the Oakland Raiders at O.Co Coliseum. The Oakland Raiders defeated the Dallas Cowboys 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Stud: Jason Witten, TE1 – (Fourth Round or Lower)

Witten is a must in PPR leagues. I’m fairly certain he will not have 110 receptions again, but he’s averaged 94 catches for the past three seasons. And Witten is the most reliable tight end in the NFL. The fourth round or lower seems about right, but be watchful. Due to his record breaking season last year, he’ll be on many opposing drafters radar. Whenever the tight ends start coming off your board, be sure Witten is in your “mental” queue. He might even be worthy of a third round reach, especially if you can play more than one TE a week.

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  • JoeDaBeast

    “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.” – Sounds like what many said about Frederick.

    A stretch for Witten in the fourth? I love the guy too, but I’m not looking at ANY TEs prior to the sixth round. And you’d take him BEFORE Romo? I think you should quit Fantasy Football right now!

    Dunbar is Felix Jones, 2nd edition. Some games, he will get you double digits points, other weeks, he will be lucky to break a 2!

    I’d be interested in knowing how poorly you do in this year’s fantasy football season. Maybe that could be a weekly posting for you.