Fantasy Football Sleepers: 3 Cowboys You Should Draft

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Aug 24, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams (83) on the field before the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at AT

Terrance Williams, Wide Receiver

What can I tell you about the Cowboys’ third round pick in this year’s NFL Draft? From the off-season, not much actually. The former Baylor Bear joins his hometown team as most likely it’s fourth wideout on the depth chart behind Bryant, Miles Austin and Dwayne Harris. And the rookie’s growth has been stunted due to a concussion he suffered early on in the preseason.

What I can tell you about Terrance Williams is that the 6’2, 200 lb. wideout led the NCAA last year in reception yards with 1,832 yards with a ridiculous per game average of 140.9. The unanimous first-team All-American and four year starter also recorded 92 receptions and 12 touchdowns in just 13 games in 2012. All without Robert Griffin III as his quarterback. And I can tell you he will receive every, and I mean every, opportunity this season to succeed and surpass both Harris and Austin on the Cowboys’ depth chart. Whether Williams will raise to the occasion is all up to him. But his potential makes him the very definition of a “sleeper”.

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Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Fantasy, Lance Dunbar, Monte Kiffin, Rob Marinelli, Sleepers, Terrance Williams

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