Cowboys Vs. Raiders: Competition Between Kevin Ogletree, Dwayne Harris Still Undecided

May 23, 2012; Irving, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Kevin Ogletree (85) makes a catch during organized team activities at Dallas Cowboys headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Kevin Ogletree and Dwayne Harris did little to distinguish themselves for the Cowboys' third wide receiver spot Monday night, combining for two catches for 25 yards. We break down the fantasy implications.

Kevin Ogletree and Dwayne Harris did little to distinguish themselves for the Dallas Cowboys' third wide receiver spot Monday night against the Oakland Raiders. Ogletree caught one pass for 12 yards and Harris had one reception for 13 yards.

Analysis: Cowboys fans were probably hoping for a little more clarity as to who will be the top option at wideout behind Miles Austin and Dez Bryant. Unfortunately, and as is often the case in preseason games, the sample size was simply too small to make any kind of meaningful observation. Ten different players ultimately caught passes on the night, and rookie Andre Holmes finished as the team's leading receiver with three third quarter receptions for 30 yards.

Ogletree and Harris should be in line to receive the most targets outside of the obvious two options, but there are plenty others who could vie for playing time when all is said and done.

For more on the Cowboys' third wide receiver battle, check out Blogging The Boys and SB Nation Dallas.

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