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Tolbert is the third best WR on the Cowboys, trailing CeeDee Lamb and Brandin Cooks. At #123 in our WR rankings, he's only relevant in deep leagues. Tolbert is projected for 573 yards and 3.5 TDs on 43.2 receptions, which is 17.0% of the total for WRs on the Cowboys. Dallas has the 3rd-best wide receiver schedule.

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At QB8, Dak Prescott is a strong starger, but won't come particularly cheap with an ADP in the 6th round. Prescott is expected to earn 12% of his projected 305 fantasy points by rushing. While not insignificant, it isn't a major focus of his gameplan. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 2.3, he doesn't carry much interception risk.

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As the consensus #121 overall player, Ezekiel Elliott is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 127. At a projected workload of 13.9 touches per game (11.6 carries and 2.3 receptions), Elliott has an uninspiring but still valuable workload. He's ahead of both Rico Dowdle and Deuce Vaughn on the depth chart in Dallas. The Cowboys have the 2nd-worst schedule for running backs.

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The market has Rico Dowdle correctly valued at an ADP of 161, compared to an overall ECR of 149. With 8.8 projected touches per game (7.8 rushes and 1.0 catches), Dowdle won't be reliable in fantasy. He's trailing Ezekiel Elliott on the running back chart for Dallas. The Cowboys have the 2nd-worst schedule for RBs.

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With 3.4 projected touches per game (2.7 rushes and 0.8 catches), Deuce Vaughn isn't someone you can really use in fantasy. He has some competition on Dallas's depth chart, where he trails both Ezekiel Elliott and Rico Dowdle.

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At a projected workload of 2.0 touches per game (1.8 carries and 0.2 receptions), Royce Freeman is not fantasy-relevant. He's behind both Ezekiel Elliott and Rico Dowdle on the running back chart for the Cowboys.

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With 0.0 projected rushes and 0.0 projected catches per games, Malik Davis is safe to leave on the waiver wire. He has some competition on the Cowboys' depth chart, where he trails both Ezekiel Elliott and Rico Dowdle.

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As the consensus #2 overall player, CeeDee Lamb is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 2. Lamb is the bonafide top receiver on the Cowboys, with Brandin Cooks and Jalen Tolbert behind him. As the consensus #1 WR, he could take you to the promise land. He's projected for 1,528 yards and 9.4 TDs on 118.4 receptions, for 46.6% of the total for WRs on the Cowboys. The Cowboys have the 3rd-best schedule for wide receivers.

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Brandin Cooks is correctly valued at his ADP of 154 as the consensus #137 overall player. Cooks is the WR2 for the Cowboys, trailing CeeDee Lamb. At #55 in our WR rankings, he won't usually be a fantasy starter. He's projected for 696 yards and 5.8 TDs on 58.6 receptions, which is 23.1% of the workload for Cowboys WRs. The Cowboys have the 3rd-best wide receiver schedule.

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Flournoy might see limited usage as the 4th-ranked WR on the Cowboys. As the consensus #161 WR, he's only relevant in deep leagues. He's projected for 133 yards and 1.0 TDs on 11.2 receptions, for 4.4% of the workload for WRs on the Cowboys. The Cowboys have the 3rd-best schedule for wide receivers.

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At rank 10 at the position, Jake Ferguson will be a starter in most leagues, but that doesn't mean you'll feel great about having him on your team. Ferguson is projected to catch a respectable 68.2 receptions for 720 yards and 6.2 touchdowns. Jake Ferguson is a fair value at his ADP of 100 as the consensus #98 overall player. The Cowboys have the 17th-best schedule for TEs.

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As the consensus #72, Luke Schoonmaker is best left on the waiver wire. Schoonmaker is projected for only 125 yards and 1.1 TDs on 12.2 receptions. Schoonmaker is not Dallas's top tight end with Jake Ferguson around.

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Turpin might see limited usage as the 7th-ranked WR on the Cowboys. As the consensus #157 WR, he's probably best left for the waiver wire. Turpin is projected to catch 4.4 receptions for 57 yards and 0.3 TDs, which is 1.7% of the total for Cowboys WRs. The Cowboys have the 5th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Dennis Houston is the WR8 on the Cowboys. As the consensus #162 WR, he's not worth a draft pick in most leagues. He's projected to catch 5.0 receptions for 52 yards and 0.0 TDs, which is 2.0% of the total for Cowboys WRs. The Cowboys have the 5th-best wide receiver schedule.

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With a projection of 806 yards and 6.1 TDs on 77.5 receptions, Dalton Schultz is one of only 6 TEs expected to record 800 yards. As a top-6 TE, Schultz is one of the few tight ends you can really feel good about drafting. The market has Schultz correctly valued at an ADP of 61, compared to an overall ECR of 60. The Cowboys have the 7th-best schedule for TEs.

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The market has Michael Gallup correctly valued at an ADP of 124, compared to an overall ECR of 132. Gallup is the second-best WR on the Cowboys, trailing CeeDee Lamb. Ranked #52 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he won't usually be a fantasy starter. He's projected for 720 yards and 4.8 TDs on 51.1 receptions, which is 20.0% of the workload for Cowboys WRs. The Cowboys have the 5th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.6 times and catch 0.4 passes per game, Qadree Ollison is not fantasy-relevant. He has some competition on the Cowboys' depth chart, where he trails both Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard.

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Fehoko is the WR6 on the Cowboys. At #153 in our WR rankings, he won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues. He's projected for 120 yards and 0.8 TDs on 9.7 receptions, which is 3.8% of the workload for WRs on the Cowboys. The Cowboys have the 5th-best wide receiver schedule.

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James Washington might see limited usage as the 4th-ranked WR on the Cowboys. As the consensus #123 WR, he's only relevant in deep leagues. He is projected for 416 yards and 3.4 TDs on 28.2 receptions, which is 11.1% of the total for WRs on the Cowboys. The Cowboys have the 5th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Noah Brown is the WR5 on the Cowboys. At #125 in our WR rankings, he's not a real fantasy asset. He is projected to catch 17.3 receptions for 212 yards and 1.4 TDs, which is 6.8% of the workload for WRs on the Cowboys. The Cowboys have the 5th-best wide receiver schedule.

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