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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Team Talk: Dallas Cowboys

By Adam Filadelfo (@Frostt24)

Time to tackle another division in the NFC East. The Dallas Cowboys have key fantasy contributors every year and 2013 was no exception. Fantasy owners should expect another fantasy relevant season when 2014 begins as well. It's time to take a look at Jerry's team.

Tony Romo- Romo may be a big question mark heading into 2014 with the offseason back surgery looming large for the Cowboys. Provided Romo is healthy and ready to go, fantasy owners should expect more of the same from the Cowboys quarterback. Last season, Romo finished with 271.5 fantasy points while missing a game along the way. Again, if Romo is healthy by the start of the regular season, he should have no problem carrying fantasy teams as a starting quarterback.

DeMarco Murray- Murray was the stud tailback fantasy owners thought he could be in 2013. He stayed relatively healthy missing only two games and posted 206 fantasy points along the way. He contributed in the passing game as well which is key for fantasy running backs and owners alike. Health is always the issue when it comes to DeMarco Murray and if he stays healthy in 2014, fantasy owners should expect more of the same.

Jason Witten- Once again, Witten was an elite fantasy tight end. Always dependable and even managed to see the endzone eight times in 2013 which has always been the knock on Witten from fantasy owners. He just doesn't score enough touchdowns. While those eight scores may dip a bit this season, Witten proved once again that he is as reliable as fantasy tight ends come and gave his fantasy owners 133 fantasy points in 2013.

Dez Bryant- Dez finished his 2013 season as a top fantasy receiver once again posting 204 fantasy points. His 93 receptions for 1,249 yards and 13 touchdowns were among the best in fantasy football in 2013 and fantasy owners can expect more of the same in 2014.

Terrance Williams
- Terrance Williams made quite the name for himself among fantasy owners in 2013 and was possibly one of the reasons Miles Austin is no longer with the Cowboys. As a rookie, Williams finished 2013 with 104 fantasy points and showed fantasy owners that Dallas had more than Dez Bryant at the receiver position. Williams could have an even better 2014 if Romo comes back healthy. Williams put himself on the fantasy radar with his 2013 numbers of 44 receptions for 736 yards and five touchdowns.

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