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2015 Fantasy Football: Dallas Cowboy Studs

In the NFC East there is no team more enigmatic than the Dallas Cowboys when it comes time to rack up wins and losses. For the past several years the Cowboys have been a mostly .500 team, marked only by dreadful losses leading into the postseason. With that being said, the Cowboys are still one of the most consistent fantasy football producing teams in the league. With Tony Romo running the offense, and one of the best offensive lines in the league, it is possible to find production out of almost all of their position players. Let’s break down a few studs to keep an eye out for in 2015.

OFFENSE
QB Tony Romo – While many can make claims that Romo shrinks under pressure, and they would be wrong, nobody can argue that Romo is an elite producer when he is healthy and on the field. At the age of 35, Romo has shown no signs of slowing down and he once more should be an elite and under the radar fantasy option for both daily leagues and season long commitments. Last season saw Romo rack up 3,705 yards with 34 TDs and a QB rating of 113.2. The departure of DeMarco Murray means that Romow ill be throwing more than ever.

WR Dez Bryant – Dez Bryant has had one of the biggest career turn arounds in the league. Once considered a diva with talent, Dez now can make a case to be considered the best wide out in football. He is currently fussing about his contract but reports indicate that Bryant will take the field to start the year. Dez is coming off of an 88 catch, 16 touchdown, 1,320 yard campaign. With Terrence Williams stretching the field, Dez should be able to easily duplicate those numbers. He’s an elite option thanks to his high target total and ability to catch anything in the redzone.

MLB Sean Lee – If Sean Lee can make it out of the pre-season with his health in tact then the 6th year pro should be looking at another Pro Bowl season. In Lee’s second year he had 105 tackles, 4 picks, and 2 fumble recoveries. He’s a ball hawk with big play potential and he can rack up double digit tackles for leagues that heavily credit them. Lee’s issue has never been talent, just his health.

RB Joseph Randle – Don’t let the signings of Darren McFadden and Ryan Williams be a determining factor in the decision to draft Randle. Randle has been the heir to the backfield for the past two seasons and now he will get a chance to steal it. McFadden can’t stay healthy and Williams is an underwhelming back. Randle is young, has big play potential, and he will be running behind the best offensive line in all of football. Randle will be a weekly threat for 70 – 100 yards along with the added bonus of being a checkdown option for PPR leagues out of the backfield.

GRFF Staff

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