Cowboys' Offensive Positions Ranked By Strength

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Oct 13, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams (83) celebrates a third quarter touchdown in the third quarter with Dez Bryant (88) against Washington Redskins cornerback David Amerson (39) at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports


(Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Devin Street, Dwayne Harris)

How can Dallas not be excited about this group?  Dez Bryant is an All-Pro that continues to improve as he adds more versatility and WR positions.  Also, new OC Scott Linehan is known for WR movement and getting his star the ball even in traffic.

Terrance Williams returns off an impressive 736 yards rookie campaign.  Sliding firmly into the #2 spot with further maturation in his game, Williams will make Miles Austin a forgotten headache.

Cole Beasley continues to improve in the slot and show his growing knack to find open windows on the inside of the defense.  Dwayne Harris is capable to fill in at either Y or slot if needed.

These 4 players together return 2,417 receiving yards and 22 TD’s to the offense. With a better o-line, more experience, and a new OC…expect even greater results.

Rookie Devin Street enters the mix as the new wildcard option.  The WR position is a definite strength going into 2014.  The only drawback is losing Dez Bryant would sabotage the bunch…the only one who can dominate from the X spot.

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