The Cowboys landed arguably the most talented wideout in the 2010 draft class in Dez Bryant, who figures to push Roy Williams for a starting role next season.
Bryant is an elite talent with major upside who could be worth as much as a middle-round pick in seasonal fantasy drafts if can can unseat Williams during training camp.
He’ll be even more valuable in keeper and dynasty leagues.
The move obviously decimates the value of Williams, but it does nothing but make Tony Romo more attractive. He now has Miles Austin, Bryant, Jason Witten and three solid running backs at his disposal.
Romo also has one of the most favorable schedules among quarterbacks and is a surefire No. 1 option.