Blue is a completion. Red is incomplete. Yellow is a touchdown, and Black is an interception. The passes are lines from where Romo released the pass to where the pass was caught.
Going into his third year we all hoped Dez Bryant would finally live up to his potential. Hearing good things about him in camp and hearing him say himself that he is done being a distraction had all signs pointing to this would be the season for Bryant. Then one phone call to the police later showed everyone that nothing has changed or most likely won't ever. Even so he is having a slower start than seasons of the past, why might this be? My theory is the Jerry Rules are holding him back. Dez is the type of player that feeds of his own ego. He needs the spot light to make the spot light. I think all the stress on him on just being well behaved is taking more of a hit than what is believed. In short you need to let Bryant be his dinosaur. Looking at his chart its obvious on which side of the field number 88 favors and who Romo is going for if he needs a deep pass.
Out of the top four I'm willing to say Miles Austin is having the better start. You may not hear his name very often, but it seems like when you do it matters. Leading the team with receiving touchdowns 3 and yards 300 he is already half way to meeting last season (keep in mind his season was cut short to 10 games due to injury). What I think is the most spread out of the charts so far, lots of cross patterns help that out.
Kevin Ogletree entered his fourth season as a Dallas Cowboy in what feels like his rookie year. His "break out" game helps this argument. With what looked like to be a convincing fourth receiver is slowly turning into another one game wonder. Fingers cross right now, but I see him getting lost in the shuffle if the others figure their game out.
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