6. Dez Bryant– His attitude has been a question mark since he broke into the league and like professional athletes today, he’s had his moments. On the field, I’ve never seen a guy so passionate about the game of football like Dez Bryant is. He’s the second player making his debut on the list and he’s my top rated receiver. I’ll back my reasoning as to why he is. In a four to five-year span, Dez has 50 touchdowns, the most in the league in that span. Numbers don’t lie. He’s Tony Romo’s go to guy for a reason. For years, I’ve called Jason Witten the engine of this offense. That title now belongs to Dez. He does everything at the position. He can block, he runs each route so sharp and precise, he can move without the football to get open and when he catches the ball, he feels as if he can score anytime no matter where he is. I’ve seen him turn simple screen passes into long gains and even touchdowns. When he has the ball in his hands in the open field, he’s extremely difficult to bring down. He’s the Marshawn Lynch of wide receivers. You can try jamming him at the like of scrimmage and he’s built to take the physicality. Using man to man coverage with no safety help over the top is an insult to him because he’ll breeze right by you and do some damage. I spoke about his character in the beginning and last year, I can say he didn’t just improve as a team player, he matured as a man. He had the best year of his career last season and he received the contract extension that he very much deserved in July.
The X Claims Number Six.