Posted on: July 21, 2009 12:31 pm

The Persuit of Everything.... Went Wrong

The Cowboys have always tried to win a Super Bowl, but this year they want it even more, with their knew stadium, but they have yet to make me see that they will win it.

The Cowboys needed another wide receiver, but they released they star wide out, not helping. Terrell Owens may have been a menace, but he was a 1000 yard player.  With that the offense weakens, in my mind a bad move.

The Cowboys needed to get their secondary stronger, they didn't.  Much like the offense it weakened with the loss of Roy Williams.  Can the Cowboys over come this loss too?
Posted on: July 2, 2009 11:44 am
Edited on: July 2, 2009 6:34 pm

Top 5. Overall Fantasy Tight Ends

Its about the right time to start looking at some rankings for youe draft, and here are some of mine.

1. Tony Gonzalez, he lead the Chiefs last year in almost all receiving categories, he might as well have been a wide receiver, you know the saying speed doesn't slump, it certainly does not with his age!
2. Jason Witten, now that T.O. is gone he'll see more catches, last year he was a leading fantasy tight end even with T.O. in Dallas, not to mention rooming with the QB always helps...
3. Dallas Clark, he's always been a good fantasy player, but with the Colts loss of Marvin Harrisos, he'll be better than ever!
4. Antonio Gates, he's one of the most athletic tight ends, but last year he trailed many other tight ends in receptions.
5. Greg Olson, new QB Jay Cutler has no one to throw to so Olson should be a good target.

If you like the rankings, please comment, as I plan on ranking all the top five players for each offensive fantasy position.

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