I don't see why you can't expect numbers at least approaching that neighborhood all year. Keyshawn always gets targeted by QBs because he takes pride in the fact that he loves going over the middle, and doesn't mind taking big hits. Parcells will continue calling routes into the soft middle of zones, which means not too many yards after catch, and usually a headache for the receiver, but a ton of possession-type catches. Couple that with the fact that Dallas sucks really bad and will be playing from behind all year (hence throwing a lot) and he should have a decent yardage/low TD year, much like the rest of his career.
"When I was a kid I thought I was going to be the starting centerfielder for the Boston Red Sox. Life sucks, get a f___ing helmet." --Dennis Leary