Fantasy Previews ’16: NFC East – Dallas Cowboys

By Cole Topham / Snack Time Fantasy / @ham_STF1 / Wednesday | 10:02 AM MT

New division this time! The Dallas Cowboys of the NFC East are the next team to be put under scrutiny by the great minds over at Snack Time Fantasy. We’ll list their depth chart, give our personal fantasy football outlook on the team, label their x-factor (player that could make or break the team), and finally give all the dates and times of all of their 16 regular season games at the very bottom (preseason football is for dummies). Hope you enjoy!
Depth Chart:
QB: T. Romo, D. Prescott
RB: E. Elliott, D. McFadden, A. Morris
WR: D. Bryant, T. Williams, C. Beasley, B. Butler
TE: J. Witten, J. Hanna
K; D. Bailey

Fantasy Outlook: Let’s just talk about Dez Bryant for the whole article. He’s still the same old Dez. Second and sometimes even third round ADP is way too low for Bryant to be going, he’s still a WR1 for goodness sakes! Romo injured his collarbone twice, Dez broke his foot and then dealt with more injuries, and the running game was unstable. Nothing went right for the Cowboys last season, but that should be all turned around this year. And that Ezekiel Elliott guy toting the rock is pretty good too.

X-Factor: Romo’s health. If Romo get injured again, the offense falls to pieces, and the Cowboys probably don’t want to run their rookie into the ground. Romo needs to stay off the OUT list for the Cowboys receivers to be fantasy relevant.

2016 Team Schedule:
9/11 NYG / 4:25 PM
9/18 @WAS / 1:;00 PM
9/25 CHI / 8:30 PM
10/2 @SF / 4:25 PM
10/9 CIN / 4:25 PM
10/16 @GB / 4:25 PM
10/23 BYE
10/30 PHI / 8:30 PM
11/6 @CLE / 1:00 PM
11/13 @PIT / 4:25 PM
11/20 BAL / 1:00 PM
11/24 WAS / 4:25 PM
12/1 @MIN / 8:25 PM
12/11 @NYG / 8:30 PM
12/18 TB / 1:00 PM
12/26 DET / 8:30 PM
1/1 @PHI / 1:00 PMFor more news on your favorite team and players, head on over to our Twitter at @Snack_TimeFS and check out the rest of our website, where we post daily articles on the MLB and NFL.

Cole Topham is the lead editor for snacktimefantasy.com and covers the MLB and NFL. He enjoys watching his opponents suffer as he defeats them week after week in his fantasy football/baseball leagues. 

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