It's hard to describe everything that went wrong with the Dallas Cowboys last season. From the horrid 1-7 start, to the injuries to Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, to the first-ever midseason firing of a head coach, the 2010 Dallas Cowboys season will forever go down in history as a total disappointment.
Yes, the Dallas Cowboys' 2010 season went so far south they needed passports. Yes, the Dallas Cowboys' 2010 season had more mistakes than a Michele Bachmann history report. Yes, the Dallas Cowboys' 2010 season had more flags than a veterans parade, more turkeys than a Thanksgiving dinner and more face-palms than a Bruce Lee movie.
Over it yet? You should be, as there's an upside for fantasy football managers here—one that could help you win your league.
Even with everything that went wrong for Dallas last season, including playing most of the year with an aging backup quarterback, the team ended with the eighth-ranked offense in the NFL for 2010. They finished sixth overall in passing and seventh overall in scoring. But, based on what I've been seeing in mock drafts, preseason cheat sheets and drafts I've completed so far, very few fantasy football managers seem to realize this.
Here's a look at several Dallas Cowboys offensive players you should seriously consider picking up as you complete your fantasy drafts for 2011.