WR - FA
Devin Street caught 2-of-2 targets for 17 yards in Saturday's preseason opener against the Rams.
Street has all but secured his spot as the 4th wideout on the Cowboys roster, but any real fantasy impact would only be realized if long term injuries affected both Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams.
Cowboys wide receiver Devin Street caught his only target for 19 yards against the Dolphins.
Devin Street isn't very relevant in the Cowboys offense, or in fantasy. Street is fourth on the depth chart and barring any more injuries to the wide receiver position, that's where he will remain.
Devin Street caught his only target for 10 years in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers.
Devin Street has four receptions for 66 yards and one touchdown on the season and has been a non-factor in all fantasy formats. Shy away from Street, unless he miraculously breaks out with Tony Romo back under center.
Street made a beautiful toe tapping 25 yard catch on the edge of the end zone on his only target of the day.
Street has the physical ability to one day be relevant in fantasy, but he is a year or two away from that and can't be trusted in a lineup until then.
When asked about 2nd year WR Devin Street, a candidate for a bigger role after Dez Bryant's injury, Jason Garrett gave him some light praise stating"Devin seemed to play fine," Garrett said. "One of the things that we like about him is just his ability to go in and play some different spots. He plays like a veteran player. He's very mature in his understanding. Typically, when he gets opportunities, he's been able to cash in on them."
Somebody has to come away with a value boost with a 10+ target per game WR taken out of the equation, and Street is a candidate to deliver some sneaky weeks. Despite being called "straight-linish", Street recorded better agility scores than fan-favorite Cole Beasley. I wouldn't advocate pulling a hamstring to pick him up on standard league waiver wire's, but remember his name in your DFS lineup building this week.