Dallas Cowboys Own the Strongest Receiving Corps in the NFC East

June 1, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dallas Cowboys fans may have missed it, given their level of grief about their team's final game. Many NFL fans would be excused from missing it, given that Dallas missed the playoffs yet again. But it's a bit puzzling when paid NFL analysts seem oblivious to it.
And what am I referring to?
Dallas finished third in the NFL in passing last year.
Ahead of Tom Brady's Patriots and Peyton Manning's Broncos. Dallas accomplished this despite the fact that, unlike Brady or Manning, Romo was forced to scramble on far too many occasions.
The problem with the Cowboys offense wasn't its receivers—in fact, Dez Bryant and Miles Austin were the second best receiving tandem in the NFL last year. Not only that, but Dallas uncovered a gem in Dwayne Harris, who showed tremendous talent returning kicks and appeared to win the slot receiver job at the end of the season.
Which is why it was so puzzling to read Marc Sessler's recent article on NFL.Com. Sessler's piece ab...

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