A Look at the Dallas Cowboys’ 2010 fantasy season
Remember “ Standard” scoring 25 passing yards = 1 point Passing touchdown = 4 points Interception = -1 point 10 rushing or...
Tony Romo At Washington: 15 fantasy points Chicago: 14 fantasy points At Houston: 19 fantasy points Tennessee: 22 fantasy ...
And Then… Insert  Jon Kitna
Who’s…Good? Romo: 148/213, 1605 yards, 11 TDs, 7 INTs 95 fantasy points Kitna: 148/226, 1703 yards, 11 TDs, 8 INTs 110 fan...
The Running Game:  Low Expectations x 2
Jones: 531 rushing yards, 0 touchdowns – ranked 31 st  among RBs Barber: 313 rushing yards, 3 touchdowns – ranked 48 th  a...
Miles Austin 81 catches, 1,320 yards, 11 TDs  in 2009
First four games 31 catches 474 yards 2 touchdowns 58 fantasy points
25 catches 330 yards 3 touchdowns 46 fantasy points Next  eight  games
WHO  IS  #2? Roy Williams, the disappointing veteran Dez Bryant, the explosive and talented rookie
Bryant 45 catches 561 yards 8 total touchdowns 98 fantasy points Williams 34 catches 501 yards 5 touchdowns 74 fantasy poi...
Seventh straight season with 60+ catches and 700+ yards Jason Witten: Ole’ reliable Fourth among TEs in standard leagues S...
A Look at the Dallas Cowboys’ 2010 fantasy season
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2010 Dallas Cowboys fantasy football review

  1. 1. A Look at the Dallas Cowboys’ 2010 fantasy season
  2. 2. Remember “ Standard” scoring 25 passing yards = 1 point Passing touchdown = 4 points Interception = -1 point 10 rushing or receiving yards = 1 point Rushing or receiving touchdown = 6 points
  3. 3. Tony Romo At Washington: 15 fantasy points Chicago: 14 fantasy points At Houston: 19 fantasy points Tennessee: 22 fantasy points At Minnesota: 20 fantasy points “ Anything short of 4,200 yards and 25 touchdowns will be a fantasy disappointment” – Andy Behrens, Yahoo Fantasy Sports
  4. 4. And Then… Insert Jon Kitna
  5. 5. Who’s…Good? Romo: 148/213, 1605 yards, 11 TDs, 7 INTs 95 fantasy points Kitna: 148/226, 1703 yards, 11 TDs, 8 INTs 110 fantasy points
  6. 6. The Running Game: Low Expectations x 2
  7. 7. Jones: 531 rushing yards, 0 touchdowns – ranked 31 st among RBs Barber: 313 rushing yards, 3 touchdowns – ranked 48 th among RBs Not much production, after all
  8. 8. Miles Austin 81 catches, 1,320 yards, 11 TDs in 2009
  9. 9. First four games 31 catches 474 yards 2 touchdowns 58 fantasy points
  10. 10. 25 catches 330 yards 3 touchdowns 46 fantasy points Next eight games
  11. 11. WHO IS #2? Roy Williams, the disappointing veteran Dez Bryant, the explosive and talented rookie
  12. 12. Bryant 45 catches 561 yards 8 total touchdowns 98 fantasy points Williams 34 catches 501 yards 5 touchdowns 74 fantasy points
  13. 13. Seventh straight season with 60+ catches and 700+ yards Jason Witten: Ole’ reliable Fourth among TEs in standard leagues Second in points-per-reception leagues Leads all tight ends in catches (65) and yards (702)
  14. 14. A Look at the Dallas Cowboys’ 2010 fantasy season

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