As the 2009 season starts, the Dallas Cowboys are starting fresh. The team got rid of trouble maker reciever Terrell Owens in the off-season and are looking at the future with eyes wide open. QB Tony Romo is back and barring any injuries look for at least 275 pass completions and at least 3500 yards passing. Romo will have some veterans and some players looking to prove the belong to throw to this year. The Dallas Cowboys recieving corp on paper probaly doesn't look good but it will be one of the best in the league by the end of the season which will end in the Super Bowl. Jason Witten has had at least 65 receptions over the last five years and 71.5 avgerage over his six years in the league. Witten also averaged 822.50 yards over that same six year period. Witten is one of the ...
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Article written by Rick Gillispie