Dez Bryant rewards fantasy owners with 141 yards and a touchdown in Week 2

Kyle Rivas

Dez Bryant finished Sunday with nine catches for 141 yards and a touchdown. We take a look at the fantasy implications.

Dez Bryant accounted for nearly half of Tony Romo's 298 passing yards on Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Chiefs. 100 of Bryant's receiving yards were accomplished in just the first quarter. His longest play was a 53-yard gain early in the game.

Fantasy impact: Many were concerned with Bryant's sprained foot heading into the game, but Bryant quickly put concerns to rest with an explosive first quarter in Arrowhead stadium. As impressive as Bryant was, he and the Cowboys offense stalled out through the remainder of the game. He was the most targeted receiver and the most productive on offense. If Bryant can put up these numbers at less than one-hundred percent, there's no telling how high his ceiling can be when he faces when healthy. He faces the St. Louis Rams in Week 3, who allowed 181 receiving yards to Julio Jones in Week 2.

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