I looked back to the tapes of the very first week of the 2011 regular season when the Dallas Cowboys came into New York to play the Jets.
During the first five minutes of the game Cowboys wide receiver, Dez Bryant, showed flashes of greatness, and more of what I believe he will bring to the Cowboys’ offense, as well as your fantasy league in 2012.
In the first minute, Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo, threw across the middle of the field to find Bryant for a 10-yard pass and catch, but then Bryant was able to shed some tackles and uses his elusiveness and balance to pick up an extra 33 yards after the catch.
Shortly after that 43-yard gain, Romo threw a back shoulder fade to Bryant in the endzone.
What I found intriguing about this play was that Bryant positioned himself perfectly so that once he turned to face the ball it was already at his hands. And secondly, Antonio Cromartie could not have defended the play any better than he did. Third, Even with the great defensive play by Crom...