The primary question mark this offseason concerning the Dallas Cowboys was their perceived lack of big play receivers. Since releasing wide receiver Terrell Owens, many pundits questioned whether the trio of Roy Williams, Patrick Crayton and Miles Austin would be able to consistently get open, create mismatches and get deep. None of these three receivers are the perceived deep threat Owens was, and except for big drops by Crayton two seasons ago, none had particularly distinguished themselves in the NFL. But they also don’t carry the baggage Owens did, and do not demand the ball all the time and don't cry when they the ball doesn't come their way. While Crayton (drafted) and Austin (free agent) were signed by former Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells, the Cowboys obtained former f ...
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