Dallas Cowboys WR – Depth Chart Breakdown
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Dallas Cowboys WR – Depth Chart Breakdown of the 2022 Dallas Cowboys WR room. Amari Cooper is in Cleveland. Cedrick Wilson is in Miami. Michael Gallup will miss 6 games to start the season!! Let’s break it down STL style!
WR Cee Dee Lamb
Currently ranked 7th for the 2022 NFL Fantasy Football season CeeDee Lamb should make a jump in 2022 becoming a reliable producer of double-digit fantasy points in any size league. He has solid chemistry with his QB and his current ADP is pick 22.
WR Michael Gallup
Currently ranked 47th for the 2022 NFL Fantasy Football season. A WR3 value last season Gallup should produce solid WR2 value “ONCE HE RETURNS FROM INJURY” approximately 6 weeks into the 2022 season. Ouch.
WR Jalen Tolbert
Currently ranked 83rd for the 2022 NFL Fantasy Football season. Jalen Tolbert is a rookie who will have a shot at WR2 value/reps early in his career. He has the speed to break defenses. Can he beat out James Washington? Ya, we think so. Bench stash him!
Best of the Rest
WR James Washington – Has to beat out Tolbert for early season WR2. We don’t think so!
WR Noah Brown – Signed a 1-year contract with the ‘Boys giving them depth.
WR Simi Fehoko – A potential RedZone target! Keep an eye on him. The guy can sky.
WR T.J. Vasher – 6’5, 210 lbs Vasher was injured last season. Longshot RedZone target alert!
WR Brandon Smith – Size, speed, quickness, hands, catch-radius. Total sleeper alert!
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