Dez Bryant
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Fantasy Football Empire | Jul 22nd
Receiving TDs over the past 3 years: 6 --> 9 --> 12. Unlike A.J. Green, Dez Bryant has lost weight in the off season. Bryant feels that the loss of weight will help him throughout the regular season as he deals with his back injury. Tony Romo's back will be the key to Bryant's success in 2014.
Breaking Football | Jul 21st
His head being on straight is always the issue. No Miles Austin means even more action for one of the game's elite talents.
The New York Times | Jul 21st
Ex-Lions OC Linehan on board, which means even more air time in Dallas this year.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He is set-up to have a monster 2014 and will be be reliable weekly starter in fantasy leagues.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
Bryant set career highs last year with 93 receptions for 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns on 160 targets. Bryant continues to be a go-to target for Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. In 2013, Bryant was a monster down the final stretch of the season, he posted 5 touchdowns in the final 5 games of the season. For fantasy production, Bryant recorded 9 games with 70-plus yards, 12 of 16 games with 8-plus targets, produced 3 multiple touchdown games and recorded 10-plus standard fantasy points in 12 of 16 games. We can expect to see Bryant go off the board in rounds 2 and 3 in the majority of all leagues.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Dez could push Megatron to be number one fantasy receiver this year
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Bryant was not quite as good in 2013 as he was in 2012, but still finished with 93 receptions for 1,233 yards and 13 receiving touchdowns.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 10th
Hard not to love Bryant who is reportedly in the best shape of his career and enters Scott Linehan's vertical passing offense that has allowed a WR1 to dominate targets in the past.
4for4.com | Jun 3rd
One measure I like to use to project a receiver's upside is Fantasy Points / Target (FP/T). If an efficient player produces with limited targets, he is primed for a breakout if his role expands and his targets increase, provided he maintains a healthy FP/T. Dez Bryant is a great example. In 2011, he was #17 in FP/T (1.41) on 104 targets, finishing ...
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jun 2nd
$55,000 dinners and Dez Bryant’s contract extension Much like Winter, an Extension for Dez Bryant is coming. Bryant is entering the last year of his rookie contract and both he and Cowboy’s director of player personnel Steven Jones have recently answered questions regarding an extension. Looking at the Cowboys history in such matters you can safely assume the ink will be dry […]...
Yahoo! Sports | May 29th
Good luck finding a fantasy expert who doesn't rank Calvin Johnson atop the field at wide receiver. 'Tron owns the single-season yardage record, he's given us double-digit touchdowns in three of the past four years, and he's still only 28. He's the man at his position, no question. But who's the next man? OK, now that's a real debate. Three gurus surveyed, top three answers on the board. Let's pl...