Dallas Cowboys’ DeMarco Murray is the best WR in football
DeMarco Moore is a special talent, but he’s not going to win the award of best wide receiver in the NFL.
It’s an honor that he won for the first time last season.
The Dallas Cowboys WRs are a combination of elite speed and elite ball skills, and the duo of DeMarco and Dez Bryant is going to have an impact in the upcoming season.
The Dallas Cowboys receivers were one of the NFL’s most prolific offenses last season, and it was largely due to DeMarco.
The Cowboys have four players who were selected in the first round of the draft, and that’s led to a breakout year from DeMarco, who caught 81 passes for 1,957 yards and eight touchdowns last season in his first full season in the league.
DeMarco averaged just over 15 yards per reception last season and was named the No. 1 WR in the 2017 NFL Draft by ESPN.
DeMarco has the ability to break off long routes, but has a knack for getting open when he’s able to use his size and quickness to make plays.
DeMarcus has the athleticism to make defenders miss on some routes and create big plays for himself and his teammates, and his quickness allows him to get separation from defenders.
DeMarcus is a great deep threat, and will be able to get open on some deep balls from receivers, but his size is not a weakness.
DeMario has a long reach and a great catch radius, and can make plays downfield.
He has the speed to run routes up the middle of the field, and is capable of getting separation from safeties and linebackers, too.
DeMario’s best attribute is his route running ability.
He can beat defenders off the line of scrimmage and make plays inside the numbers, and he has the skill to beat safeties off the snap.
DeDe is an explosive athlete who will get separation and run routes in space.
He is not afraid to make contested catches down the field.
DeDarius will be a great weapon for the Cowboys this season.
DeDarius has the skills to play receiver and wide receiver, but there are times when he can be more effective on the outside.
He will need to improve his route-running ability to be a factor in the Dallas offense, and DeDari is capable, but the Cowboys need to give him more time to prove himself in the preseason and preseason games.
DeDe is not the only rookie to have a breakout season.
Isaiah Crowell has been an elite rookie in the Cowboys offense this year, and has been able to make a name for himself with his play.
Crowell made a huge impact as a rookie in 2017, averaging 7.5 yards per catch, and had one of his most productive seasons with 1,073 yards and nine touchdowns in his rookie season.
DeShone Kizer is a similar player, but is a bit smaller at 5-11 and 199 pounds.
Kizer was the best quarterback in the AFC East this season, as he led the NFL with 15 touchdowns to just one interception, and threw for 3,924 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Kizer will have to prove that he can lead the Cowboys to victory this season in order to win a Super Bowl, and could find himself with a bigger role in the offense in the future.
Kiser has shown flashes of being a solid quarterback, but it will be interesting to see how he plays this season with the Cowboys.
He’s going to need to prove to his coaches that he is a top-tier quarterback, and I’m sure he’ll have to do that in order for the team to consider him a future starter.
DeShone is a versatile and explosive wide receiver.
He plays with tremendous speed, and looks to get in the backfield and make big plays.
He had seven receptions of at least 40 yards last season with five touchdowns, and was the No 1 receiver in scoring last season by NFL.com.
The 6-foot-4, 205-pound receiver has shown great athleticism at the line and on the move.
He showed some good routes in the spring, and should have the ability for a career as a slot receiver.
DeSean Jackson is a dynamic playmaker who has the size and speed to be an elite receiver, and also a great route runner.
He played on special teams this season and made several big plays in the game.
Jackson caught 24 passes for 327 yards and four touchdowns, while averaging 5.6 yards per route run.
DeSean Jackson should be able put up huge numbers in the regular season, but will need time to learn the offense and learn to fit into the offense.
He’ll also need to learn how to get the ball out of his hands and make those plays in coverage, but Jackson is extremely athletic and has the potential to be one of those elite receivers.
DeAndre Hopkins is a very similar player to DeShon, with the same skill set and physical ability to make the big plays, but also the same size.