Dallas Cowboys Dominate The NFC East Ultimate Offensive Team

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Dec 21, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (82) talks with receiver Dez Bryant (88) and quarterback Tony Romo (9) while on the sidelines during the fourth quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys
Odell Beckham, New York Giants

The idea of having Dez and Odell in the same team would probably lead to mass retirement of defenses across the league. Dez has proven himself to be considered one of the best receivers in the league. If Odell’s rookie season is the benchmark for his output then he will soon be in the upper echelon with Dez, Calvin Johnson and Antonio Brown. Twelve touchdowns in as many games as a rookie with “that catch” the icing on the cake, you can guarantee he’ll be making Eli look half decent for a while longer yet.

Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys
Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles

As a ten time Pro Bowler with 57 career touchdowns Jason Witten is arguably the lock of this team. The choice of Zach Ertz alongside him was a more difficult decision.

Larry Donnell flashed for the Giants last season. He bagged a trio of touchdowns against the Redskins in Week 4 but a fumble against the Cowboys subsequently cost the Giants a crucial victory. While it’s easy to speak about Jordan Reed‘s potential his injuries continue to limit it to just that.

Ertz has remained a viable option for the Eagles despite the question marks over their quarterback. In his two seasons in Philadelphia he’s had over 1100 yards and 7 touchdowns- not too dissimilar to Jason Witten’s opening two years in the league.

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