Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (back) did not practice on Wednesday according to a report by ESPN's Calvin Watkins. That said, he is still expected to play against the New Orleans Saints in Week 10.
Fantasy Impact: Bryant has been listed on the team's injury report on several occasions this year. Although he often gets banged up, there is little chance of him missing Sunday's game against the Saints as the Cowboys look to distance themselves in the NFC East.
Fantasy owners better hope that Bryant plays on Sunday. In a high-scoring game against New Orleans last year, Bryant caught nine passes for 224 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Given the Saints are coming off a loss to the New York Jets in Week 9, there is no doubt quarterback Drew Brees will be going toe-to-toe on every throw against the Cowboys' Tony Romo.
That reality should make Bryant a top-notch fantasy play in Week 10. It shouldn't surprise anybody if Bryant is the most targeted receiver on the Cowboys in the game and he is a good bet to find the end zone at least once.