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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, Williamsí value will increase substantially.
| Dez Bryant doubtful though not yet ruled out|
Cowboys' star "is running and cutting at full speed"
By: John Canario | Fri Oct 23, 6:40 pm
|Dez Bryant has been sidelined with a broken foot since Week 1 but coach Jason Garrett said Thursday that the Cowboys' all-world wide receiver is "day to day," and that no one has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants, reports NFL.com's Desmond Purnell. Garrett said before practice that Bryant "is running and cutting at full speed," according to Fort Worth Star-Telegram Charean Williams. (CBS Sports)|
FFToday's Take: Dallas is desperate for a victory but don't expect them to risk the health of their best offensive weapon. Bryant will probably miss at least one more game before returning to the Cowboys' lineup. Terrance Williams and Jason Witten remain the team's top two receiving options in the interim.
| Dez Bryant's foot to take six weeks to heal|
Jerry Jones Cowboys star WR will be out through team's Week 6 bye
By: Antonio D'Arcangelis | Tue Sep 15, 10:59 am
|In a radio interview, Jerry Jones said Dez Bryant's (Jones fracture in foot) surgery went well, but that the foot will take a full six weeks to heal completely. (Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Don't I know it! I once had the exact same foot fracture (fifth metatarsal) and it's a low-blood-flow area that heals relatively slowly, though the inserted screw aids the process. The Cowboys will likely continue to spread the ball around to TE Jason Witten, WR Terrance Williams, slot receiver Cole Beasley, RB Lance Dunbar -- though we could see some of second-year WR Devon Street and rookie Lucky Whitehead if the team shows a need for a bigger edge target.
| Dez Bryant out 4-6 weeks, foot injury|
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Sep 13, 10:00 pm
|Dallas All-Pro receiver Dez Bryant could be out at least a month after breaking his right foot in the Cowboys' season-opening victory over the New York Giants. Owner Jerry Jones said Bryant would need a pin and be out four to six weeks. (Dallas Morning News)|
FFToday's Take: The Cowboys will be without their biggest playmaker for at least a month. Next up on the depth chart is Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley. Tight End Jason Witten may also see increased targets over the next few weeks. If available, Williams will be a hot waiver wire pickup as a potential WR2/3.