Roy Williams Thinks Dez Bryant The Best Wideout Corps In The NFL

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  1. gary

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    Whatever. AJ and Walter are at least as good. Roy Williams is a joke, Bryant a rookie, and Miles Austin has only done it for one year. Im not convinced. I wouldn't take Roy Williams over JJ as the three. He is a huge waste of space and a huge mistake by the Cowboys.
     
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    I think the Texans corps is better JMHO.
     
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    At this point, Dez Bryant hasn't proven he's better than David Anderson, but Roy Williams can entertain any delusion he wants, I suppose. #1 receiving team in the NFL is ..... yep, Texans.
     
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    Well, AJ is better than Austin. Walter is WAY better than Roy. And JJ has proven a little more than Dez. Their running backs are better, but not the WR's. Our Tight ends are better by bulk, since we have 8. J/j
     
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    The Texans wideout corps is only going to improve this season IMO.
     
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    It is a compelling argument I'll admit.

    Miles Austin, Roy Williams, Dez Bryant, and Patrick Crayton round outa tough looking top 4.

    Add Jason Whitten and Martellus Bennett as your top two TEs and yeah, you've got a good argument for top receiving corps.
     
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    OD, Casey, Dreesen, and Graham added to the argument and we could look nasty as well. May be alot of points scored Sept. 26th.
     


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    I would not trade AJ for Bryant+Williams+Austin. Wouldn't even consider it.
     
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    Casey didn't do much last year and Graham hasn't even suited up for an NFL snap.

    Far as who have better athletes I think the Cowboys have the edge. Far as the passing game total. Edge Texans.
     
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    Don't we have the number one passing offense in the league? Oh yeah, I think we do. Then you add in Ben Tate and Dorin Dickerson, who I think will be a surprise. And isn't Patrick Crayton and Sam Hurd on the trading block for the Cowboys now, anyway?
     
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    Yep.
     
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    AJ + anybody = Best.
     
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    AJ + nobody = Best/Beast!
     
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    Bryan Pittman is still listed as the long snapper on the depth chart. Is he still here? If so, we have NINE tight ends, LOL. OK, I know a couple are conversion projects, but still.
     
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    I look for the Texans to sign another TE soon. LOL.
     
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    Cowboys top us in potential

    Physically, Roy Williams is much better than KW. Play wise, I don't know how a guy goes from a solid No. 1 to a mediocre No. 3 in a few years.

    As a Texans and Cowboys fan, man did Dallas get hosed in the trade
     
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    Please! Williams was a solid #1 for Detroit!
    He had one decent year and how many years of crap? No way would I exchange him for Walter
     
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    I pure untapped talent, Roy is better

    I didn't say anything about him being better on the field
     
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    You said he was a solid #1 and was physically better than Walter. I do not agree with either.
     

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