Dez Bryant hasn't been a consistent fantasy point producer this season, but that's more due to injury than anything else. On Sunday the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver showed that when healthy, he's still one of the best in the game as his team trounced the St. Louis Rams.
Bryant finished Sunday's game with 90 yards on five receptions from quarterback Tony Romo. Bryant had eight targets as Miles Austin -- his primary competition for Romo's tosses -- had just two catches for 16 yards.
Bryant was averaging 62 receiving yards a game with 249 receiving yards on the season and 3 touchdowns through his first six games of the season. Bryant's receiving yards per game is up nearly 20 yards per game from last season.
Bryant was ranked by Yahoo! as the 9th ranked wide receiver heading into Week 7 taking on the St. Louis Rams who rank 15th against the pass.
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