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Player B is working in an offense with a new play caller, but should expect to see only minor changes in scheme. That offense has tended to be pass heavy over the last few seasons, including last year where it finished 3rd in the league in passing yards and attempts per game. With that said, it was a middling offense in terms of total point production which cannot be overlooked when assessing fantasy value. Over the last four seasons player B has played in 16 games three of four years, missing six games in 2011, though he tends to be viewed – perhaps unfairly – as an injury risk. He has never produced fewer than six touchdowns in a season during that span and boasts a high of 11 – averaging one touchdown for every 8.35 receptions (as compared to Player A’s 1/11.4). He has finished outside of the WR top 30 just once since 2009 (43, in the season where he missed six games) with two top 12 finishes. This season, we seem to be forgetting Player B, drafting him as a low end-WR3 and as a community we’re not expecting much more. His QB is a polarizing figure and as such most people tend to downgrade the anticipated production of each player. Plus, he plays with a dominant WR1 across the field, and while this often opens up there is absolutely no doubt that Player B will finish behind Player A in terms of percentage of his team’s passing targets, assuming both play full seasons... Player B is Miles Austin, and deserves respect as one of the game's most consistent WRs. (Read more on the comparison at the jump).
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According to Bryan Broaddus of DallasCowboys.com, the Cowboys have landed linebacker Kyle Bosworth off of waivers from the Giants. Hearing that the Cowboys put in a claim for LB Kyle Bosworth from NYG and were awarded him. He is a 3 year vet from UCLA. — Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) September 1, 2013 In case you were wondering, Kyle is Brian Bosworth’s nephew. Bosworth...
I love A.J. Bouye ever since his time at UCF, but this kid had a play in which he regrets, but was awesome. I don’t care if you are a Cowboys fan or not, what he did was great, because up until this point, he didn’t know if his job was safe with the Houston […]
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Earlier this week, Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones compared quarterback Tony Romo’s offensive mindset to that of Sean Payton, a former Cowboys coach, and now current Head Coach of the New Orleans Saints.
Jones also went on to say that former coach Bill Parcells also has endorsed the team’s plans to...
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Currently the No. 3 quarterback, Tanney has bounced around the NFL in a short period of time.
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ARLINGTON Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said both the NFL and the former players received a "great deal" on Thursday when the league reached a 765 million deal in concussion lawsuits with 4,500 ex-players.
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After finalizing their 53-man roster, the Dallas Cowboys opened up an extra spot when they placed left guard Nate Livings on the season ending injured reserve list, according to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk.
Livings underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee during the summer after an offseason filled with injury issues. Despite having three years left on his contract with...
The Dallas Cowboys improved their special teams on Sunday adding linebacker Kyle Bosworth.
Bosworth, 26, had been placed on waivers by the New York Giants.
The nephew of former NFL player Brian Bosworth, Kyle will try to avoid being run over on NFL films footage.
Hearing that the Cowboys put in a claim for LB Kyle Bosworth from NYG and were awarded him. He is a 3 year vet from UCLA...
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