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The greatest positional group the Cowboys have are their wide receivers and tight ends. Between Jason Witten and Dez Bryant, I believe Dallas has two pass-catching Hall of Famers on its roster.
Even though he’ll be entering his 12th year as a pro, Witten hasn’t lost a step. He’s one of the most consistent players in the league.
Bryant, who’s entering his fifth season, is only improving. In 2013 he posted career highs in receptions and touchdowns, while gaining more than 1,200 yards through the air. He very well could be the best player on the team.
Dallas’ other tight ends have a lot of potential, although not much to show for it. Gavin Escobar and James Hanna are both capable of big things.
The receivers behind Bryant aren’t chop liver, either. Between Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Dwayne Harris and rookie Devin Street, Dallas has a solid group of talented youth who should only get better.
This is the strongest unit on the 2014 roster and in order to win games next year, they will have to dominate.