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DeMarco Murray, RB, Dallas Cowboys Player Profile Height/Weight: 6-0/215 Birthdate: 2/12/1988 School: Oklahoma FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS When DeMarco Murray is playing for the Cowboys, they are a completely different team. Now if they could only get Murray for the full year without health issues, he’s missed 9 games during the past two seasons. If that ever comes to fruition, his owners will be thrilled to get him in the 3rd or 4th round but if you take him any sooner than that, good luck. It’s pretty much like drafting fire or Darren McFadden, whichever you think fits. There are safer picks than Murray but few have the opportunity like he does. It’s most likely that perennial disappointment Felix Jones will be gone so that leaves Murray with an open shot at most of the work. If healthy for even 14 or 15 games, he should finish among the top 10 with no problem. The talent is there, we just need to get it on the field. And with the aerial attack from Romo to Witten, Bryant and Austin...
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