The Cowboys released their No. 1 receiver in the offseason. Dez Bryant‘s departure has left Dallas with Allen Hurns, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Michael Gallup, Deonte Thompson and Tavon Austin at the position, with the six wideouts expected to share the catches this season.
“I don’t see deficiencies. I see strengths in the numbers,” Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said Thursday. “I don’t like the term committee of receivers or whatever. The group as a whole I think will be our strength. I think all of them add significant strengths to our offense. They’re going to play significant snaps. Not just three guys. I think you’ll see four or five, even maybe six potentially play in games this year. So it’ll be fun to watch those guys grow and develop in our system.”
Cowboys fans wonder how their team can possibly win without a go-to guy, but Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman doesn’t expect the Cowboys to miss the Bryant of last year. Bryant did not have a 100-yard game in 2017, making 69 catches for 838 yards and six…