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|With only 37 catches on 65 targets in 2014, Terrence Williams proved once again that the wide receiver opposite of Dez Bryant in the Dallas offense will not receive enough volume to be considered a solid fantasy play. Williams did manage to increase his touchdown receiving total from five in his rookie season to eight last year. But that is somewhat misleading as he suffered a reduction in yards, receptions and targets from year one to year two. His touchdown production comes in bunches and he is too TD-dependent to be considered anything more than a WR3 in 12 team leagues. Perhaps his biggest upside lies in the fact that the Cowboys and Dez Bryant have yet to come to an agreement on a long-term deal, and Dez has threatened to hold out. If that does happen, Williams’ value will increase substantially.
| Tony Romo out for the season|
After re-fracturing collarbone
By: John Canario | Fri Nov 27, 4:00 pm
|Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Friday that quarterback Tony Romo’s season is done after he fractured his left collarbone for the second time this season. During a radio interview on KRLD-FM radio in Dallas, Jones said that Romo suffered a hairline fracture that will not require surgery. The injury, suffered late in the third quarter of Thursday’s 33-14 loss to the Carolina Panthers, will sideline the 35-year-old Romo for the remaining five games of the regular season. Romo, who played in just two complete games this season, threw five touchdowns and seven interceptions in four games. After returning from the original broken collarbone — which occurred at Philadelphia in Week 2 — Romo threw a combined five interceptions against the Miami Dolphins and Panthers. (USA Today)|
FFToday's Take: With Matt Cassel likely under center for the rest of the season, it's hard to get too excited about the fantasy outlook for players like Terrance Williams and Jason Witten. Darren McFadden and Dez Bryant are currently the only Cowboys' players worth owning for fantasy purposes.