If anyone watched the Dallas Cowboys play this preseason, it didn't take long to realize they're seriously going to miss Jason Witten and Dez Bryant in 2018. 


The Cowboys receiving corps polished off an underwhelming showing, with no one proving themselves as the new go-to option for Dak Prescott yet. If anything, this receiving corps is proving they might actually be one of the worst, if not the worst, units in the league. 

Quite frankly, Dallas' receivers don't look like they'll have much fantasy value going forward and should be avoided if at all possible. However, if you're really desperate for help at receiver, there's only one Cowboy worth considering. 


Allen Hurns is the one man on the squad with a proven track record to warrant a late-round dart throw on. Health is definitely a concern, considering he's missed 11 total games over the past two seasons. But it's hard to ignore what he did in just his second year, racking up a solid 1,031 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. 


The big potential is there for Hurns, and as long as he stays healthy and continues to build chemistry with his quarterback, the first-year Cowboy could be a sneaky good WR3/Flex option that pushes your fantasy team over the edge.


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