Dez Bryant continues to produce in the preseason, is a lock for top 10 fantasy wide receivers

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Dez Bryant one again put his rapport with Tony Romo on display this summer, logging 74 receiving yards in less than one half of action on Saturday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Dez Bryant continued to show flashes of greatness on Saturday, catching four Tony Romo passes for 74 yards.

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Bryant was his usual self, getting open downfield with ease and showing a remarkable ability to catch the ball in traffic. He did have a ball viciously ripped out of his hands by Cardinals cornerback Jerraud Powers, but it was the lone blemish on an otherwise dominant preseason performance.

Fantasy Spin: Summer reports indicate that Bryant has turned a corner and appears poised to build even more off of his monster 2012 campaign. Bryant caught 92 passes for 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns, making him the third-highest scoring wide receiver in standard leagues. There is no reason to believe his volume of targets will diminish with that kind of success, and Romo will continue to feed him the ball in what will once again be a pass-happy offense. Health permitting, consider Bryant a lock for top-10 production among wide receivers with the upside of finishing in the top three once again.

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