Fantasy Football Impact Of The Dallas Cowboys In 2012

Fantasy Football Impact Of The Dallas Cowboys In 2012

 

Here at BetDSI Sportsbook we are going through all 32 NFL teams to see how they will Impact Fantasy Football in 2012. Lets have a look at the Dallas Cowboys who have some great offensive talent, and should definitely have some players off the Fantasy Football draft board within the first three rounds.

Quarterback Tony Romo is coming off of one of his best seasons statistically with 4,184 passing yards and 31 touchdowns. Romo spread the ball around nicely giving many great fantasy football receiving options from the Dallas Cowboys.

Dez Bryant excelled in his second season with 63 catches for 928 yards and 9 scores. Laurent Robinson who came out of no where last season is no longer with the team, but Jason Witten continues to be one of Romo’s favorite targets with 79 catches for 942 yards and 5 scores from the tight end position.

For all the offensive talent that the Cowboys possess they are without a marquee running back being led by DeMarco Murray who had 164 carries for 897 yards and two touchdowns in 2011. Felix Jones also got a lot of carries with 127 for 575 yards and a score. They were both utilized equally in the passing game with neither hitting the end zone coming out of the back field. Both eating into each other’s playing time reduces their fantasy value, but regardless look for DeMarco to go early.

Breakdown: Tony Romo could go as early as round one and the Cowboys are not finished there as Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray should both be off the board by round three.  Jason Witten is about as good of a tight end you will get in the league or in Fantasy Football , look for him in the later rounds.

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