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Topic: Draft Cowboy Players
 James The Mod_4852
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Post Date: 07/08/14 16:18
A report out today says that Romo is in great shape for the upcoming season. Since Dallas once again will field a putrid defense and will not be able to hold the lead in games, this means great times for the players on offense. Simply put, the Cowboys will have to score a lot of points to stay in games and this equals gold for fantasy football participants.

RB Demarco Murray should have a big year in PPR and in rushing yards behind what is projected to be a top # 5 offensive line with the additions they made in the off-season. Murray has been going in the second round in PPR mock drafts. He will be a potent weapon and might be in for a career year.

TE Jason Witten- will have a bounce back year in receptions and is Romo's go-to guy in the clutch.

WR T. Williams- You can pick him up as a WR # 3 or 4 and should be in single coverage all year long. He is a great value pick if you take him late.

RB Lance Dunbar is the handcuff for Murray but if he is still available late in your draft pick him up. Dunbar will be a big part of the offense this season.



WR Dez Bryant will be in constant double and triple team situations which will benefit the other receivers on the Cowboys. Don't be worried about Bryant's statistics. He will be up against those awful pass defenses of Washington, Philly, and the Giants for 6 games.



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Post Date: 07/08/14 19:47
Bryant is the only guy I trust this season. Had Romeo last year and while its been a good off season Bryant, contract year, I will take him. Murray still to much to prove in my mind, Witten is a stud that will get good points, but not great because of age decline T. Williams is teh wild card in my eyes.
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Post Date: 07/08/14 21:11
You have to like Murray this year. The odds are in his favor for a breakout PPR season.

The Cowboys will want Romo to throw less due to his back injury. That is why Jerry took Martin, the kid from Notre Dame so early in the draft. The Cowboys are projected by many to have a top # 5 offensive line this year.

With Dez, Williams, and Witten, teams will not be able to blitz them much opening the way to a much improved running attack. The Cowboys will try and play ball control to take pressure off of Romo's back. That means short passes to Murray and Dunbar.



Just remember, if you take Murray early, then you must grab Dunbar due to Murray's injury history.



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Post Date: 07/10/14 18:56
agree with James on the handcuff for sure
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