Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Dallas Cowboys 2019 Fantasy Football Projections

In addition to viewing our 2019 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2019 fantasy football projections for the Dallas Cowboys.




Dak Prescott546.8363.64155.724.889.8468.9320.45308.11
The next time that Prescott finishes outside the top-12 fantasy quarterbacks will be his first. Through his first three NFL seasons, Prescott has finished as fantasy's QB6, QB11 and QB10, respectively. In the team's run-first offense, Prescott threw it 526 times in 2018 for 3,885 yards, both of which were career highs, and the presence of Amari Cooper gives Prescott a legitimate weapon in the passing game. Consistent with 22 or 23 passing touchdowns each season, Prescott has rushed for exactly six scores each season and 944 rushing yards over his three seasons.

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Ezekiel Elliott306.51394.69.274.4580.32.98270.57
Elliott has two rushing titles in his three NFL seasons, but he has actually led the NFL in rushing yards per game every year since he's been in the league. His role in the passing game expanded greatly in 2018 as he converted his 95 targets into 77 receptions for 567 yards and three touchdowns, all of which were career highs. Double-digit touchdowns and 2,000 scrimmage yards are within reach for the Cowboys workhorse with the assumption that he'll avoid league discipline for his incident in Vegas.
Tony Pollard47.5213.80.7115.4146.30.7744.89
Mike Weber30.9129.80.620.96.30.0317.51
Jamize Olawale0002.919.10.122.63
Darius Jackson5.922.40.060002.6

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Amari Cooper8311338.31.26.60163.76
The midseason trade for Cooper was mutually beneficial for the team and player. In his 11 games (counting the postseason) with the Cowboys, Cooper racked up 66 catches for 896 yards and seven touchdowns. Cooper enters his age-25 season with three 1,000-yard campaigns already under his belt.
Michael Gallup45.1687.83.2700088.4
Making some big plays down the stretch, Gallup's best game came in the team's playoff loss to the Rams with six catches for 119 yards. While the offense most likely won't support two fantasy-viable wide receivers in standard-sized leagues, Gallup should build upon his late-season rookie success for a year-over-year improvement in production.
Randall Cobb47.1475.72.362.412062.93
Over the past three seasons, Cobb has missed a total of 10 games and averaged 54.7/548.7/3.3 per year. As the WR3 on such a run-heavy team, Cobb would do well to exceed his three-year average.
Tavon Austin7.4770.639.566.50.2919.87
Allen Hurns10.1140.40.8600019.2
Noah Brown5.9620.30008
Cedrick Wilson0.8120.050001.5

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Jason Witten41.3359.33.100054.53
Coming out of retirement in large part to help mentor the team's young tight ends, Witten is a low-upside safety blanket for Prescott, who says that Witten has "gotten better, stronger and faster." In his season before retiring, Witten had 63 catches for 560 yards and five touchdowns, which could be a best-case (and perhaps unlikely) scenario for the 37-year-old tight end.
Blake Jarwin27.7310.22.4900045.96
The majority of Jarwin's production came in his final four games (20/228/3) with seven-plus targets in three of those games. Witten's unretirement limits Jarwin's likehilood to continue his late-season momentum into 2019.
Dalton Schultz8.684.30.3400010.47
Rico Gathers337.50.150004.65

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