Why Dez Bryant Will Be the Offensive Rookie of the Year

May 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Before his suspension during the 2009 season, Dez Bryant was considered by many as the best wide receiver in college football, and was subsequently gift wrapped to the Dallas Cowboys in the 2010 NFL Draft at 24th overall.

The selection was a no-brainer for the ‘Boys and Bryant will more than likely have an immediate and large impact on the receiving game as he should have no problem edging out the oft-blinded by the stadium lights Roy Williams to play alongside one of last year’s breakout receivers, Miles Austin.

Think of that receiving corps Dallas quarterback Tony Romo will be throwing to: Austin, Bryant, Patrick Crayton, Williams, Jason Witten, Felix Jones, and Tashard Choice.

NFC East secondaries are already shuddering and Philadelphia is really regretting trading Sheldon Brown at the moment.

With Austin coming into his own last year, he’s automatically going to draw more coverage, Witten as always will have a linebacker and...

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