Complete Week 18 Projections

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PROJECTED 2013 SEASON STATS
1. Dez Bryant, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics13892138215.0122-50201
2013 Projections14597140514.511130202
2013 Outlook: You'll rarely get such verifiable truth out of an NFL player. After Week 10 last season, Tony Romo told reporters that Dez Bryant had "come 180 degrees, almost full circle." In other words, Dez's long-dormant light switch had gone on. And in the seven games that followed, Bryant caught 47 passes for 792 yards and nine TDs. He ran exactly where he was supposed to run. He caught the ball. He streaked past defenders. In short, he was unstoppable. We understand if you have anxiety about making Bryant a top-five wideout, because he spent his first two-plus NFL seasons teasing fantasy owners. But the tape doesn't lie. Bryant was so good in the second half last year, we believe he's here to stay.
2. Miles Austin, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics1186694314.36000121
2013 Projections1045784014.76000118
2013 Outlook: There used to be a legitimate debate over which Cowboys WR was a better fantasy asset, but that's been settled. While Dez Bryant exploded in the second half of 2012, Austin's injuries thwarted his second straight campaign. He didn't miss games, but he did occasionally have to leave them early while battling hamstring, hip and knee woes. Plus, he had two catches or fewer in five separate contests. Still a big, powerful player who can scoot when he's healthy, Austin's perpetual durability issues make him tough to trust. A return to '09, when he produced 1,320 receiving yards and 11 scores, doesn't seem likely.
3. Terrance Williams, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics------------------
2013 Projections643441012.1100047
2013 Outlook: A stiff-hipped player who doesn't run great routes, Williams' calling card is supposed to be his vertical speed. But he ran a 4.52 40-yard dash at April's combine, which helps explain how this unanimous first-team All-American fell to the Cowboys in the third round. He's apparently done enough in training camp to bypass Dwayne Harris and become Dallas' No. 3 wideout behind Dez Bryant and Miles Austin, and he's a good enough athlete that he may make a few highlight-reel plays. Then again, so did Kevin Ogletree.
4. Dwayne Harris, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics311722213.1100034
2013 Projections473136211.7100042
5. Lance Lewis, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics------------------
2013 Projections0000.000000
6. Tim Benford, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
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7. Cole Beasley, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics24151288.500009
2013 Projections0000.000000
8. Jamar Newsome, Dal WRYEARTARRECYDSAVGTDRUSHYDSTDPTS
2012 Statistics1657314.600005
2013 Projections0000.000000