If you landed Josh Morgan before the pre-season in dynasty drafts you may of gotten lucky because he either didn't get drafted or was drafted late...For the guys who are having dynasty drafts right now don't expect that to continue to happen...He's already gotten compared to Anquan Boldin, and while early, it is certainly worth noting for a late rd rookie WR to continue to play impressive from OTA's all the way into pre-season...He has been getting showered with praise from both Martz and Nolan, and he has grasp Martz's complex playbook and been able to start the last few games vs starting caliber corners, I think he has a very bright future and in this offense you could reap benefits sooner then later...I have been following him since early in the spring so he didn't come out of nowhere, I thought it was coach talk at first but he has really been their best WR up to this point, and Martz, Nolan, the beat writers, and Pat Kirwan who paid a visit to their camp all felt the same.
Sorry to keep mentioning CJ2 but he's ready, and i think we are looking at a Brandon Marshall 2nd year type breakout...Having Roy makes his job alot easier as I'm pretty sure Roy still gets the #1 DB, and all you have to do is watch him to see how unstoppable he looks out there..Its not a stretch to think he can reach 10+ TD's without much of a problem but I expect more around 13, hopefully his catches and yds continue to rise as well.
Felix Jones and Chris Johnson - Two similiar players in their roles but different styles...Felix has been as advertised with his agility and quickness, and it is amazing the ratio of big plays he will have out of the few touches he will get, no need to worry about him not getting the ball because Jerry Jones and Garrett love this guy...He will see plenty looks all over the field, and hopefully all the 3rd downs(although that was Barber's strength Felix can make something out of nothing)..Chris Johnson is carving out a nice role in the offense, but when he gets a seam its a TD its over, I think he has showed up to this point he is a serious playmaker...When I see him play I think this is what Bush was supposed to be, CJ just has some elite speed and doesn't need much room or many chances to score a long TD.
Miles Austin is another guy that has REALLY impressed me...I have always felt he was the potential guy with Dallas, 4.3 speed great frame at 6'3 220, can jump out of the roof, he could never catch anything that was thrown his way in a live game though...I watched both games thus far and he looks like a complete WR with a very high ceiling who hasn't maxed out all his potential...He caught everything with his hands away from his body, the TD catch in the endzone was indictive of how he could be used this year, and he had quite a few crucial 3rd down catches where he soared in the air and secured the ball...Sucks he sprained his MCL so he is looking at missing the last 2 pre season games and maybe a game into the season, but long term value I love what I see there and he far exceeded my expectations for him.
Tim Hightower - He's a stud in the making.
Lavelle Hawkins - People are scared because the WR situation is crowded, but he's a playmaker and will emerge as the go to guy down the line.
Santonio Holmes - More then likely will put up WR1 numbers this year, he's been great value in drafts the past 2 years, that will stop soon.
Jay Cutler - Amazing how much further along he is then two guys who went ahead of him, can you imagine him on the Cardinals? He will be great with or without Marshall.
Eddie Royal - On the subject of Broncos he looks like a Santana Moss clone, he is with a QB who can get him the ball, and he is progressing at a good speed for a rookie WR.
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