Who should be the Cowboys #1 Wide Receiver?

Who should be the Cowboys #1 Wide Receiver?

Miles Austin will use this season to show that he is still the #1 WR in Dallas. And if any one thinks Romo is going to look to Dez more than Witten and Miles you are nuts. He’s been with those two guys since the Parcells days.

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7 Responses to Who should be the Cowboys #1 Wide Receiver?

  1. Glenn says:

    You’re right about the work between the receivers and Romo. But whoever is open and where they are supposed to be will be getting the rock!

  2. Anonymous says:

    How can Miles be in consideration when he can’t even stay healthy. Dez and Romo hooked up on some big catches last season. Both Washington games and the Arizona game come to mind off top for me.
    If Witten is leading the team in receptions then we’re in trouble.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey Dc, If you’re picking you’re team for Fantasy Football and you had Dez, Miles and Witten on the board who are you taking? I know who I’m taking. DEZ 88

    • Do you hear yourself?

      Fantasy Team. So you want the same ol shit. Afew great players, but in the end the playoffs are not on the calendar.

      That’s the exact opposite from what I want from this TEAM.

      CHAMPIONSHIP. Not a great fantasy team.

      • Anonymous says:

        According to you Miles will use this season to show he’s the #1recevier and we’re nuts if Romo looks to Dez more than Witten and Miles.
        All I’m saying is Dez will put up better numbers than those two and that’s why I would take him in Fantasy.

  4. The Soothsayer says:

    I really don’t like this emphasis on the passing game. It puts too much pressure on the quarterback. This is why most teams are going back to the running game. So the real question is, who should be the Cowboys #1 running back?

    I’ll take Murray on that. Felix will never be anything other than a complimentary back. But this season will turn on how well the offensive line plays. And on how dominant the defense is.

    • Phil says:

      “I really don’t like this emphasis on the passing game. It puts too much pressure on the quarterback. This is why most teams are going back to the running game.”

      Proof?

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