Fantasy Football, 2010 Dallas Cowboys: Big Things Expected in Big D

August 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cowboys won the division crown in 2009 and were able to knock-off the Eagles in the Wild Card round, getting the first playoff victory in 12 years in the process.
Unfortunately, they crashed to earth the following week against the Vikings, getting crushed 34-3 in what was easily the team’s worst performance of the year.
While the Cowboys failed miserably that day, it wasn’t a fair measurement of the team as a whole. With the Super Bowl in Dallas this year, there is hope in the air that the Cowboys can make it to the big game, and they have the talent on offense and defense to make it happen.
Quarterback Tony Romo played a more measured style of game in 2009, and it served him and the Cowboys well. He toned-down his gun-slinging ways and had a career year for the team (although not for fantasy purposes). He cut back on his turnovers but still managed plenty of big plays, finishing the year with a career-high 4,483 passing yards.
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