Dallas Cowboys: 5 Reasons they will be better in 2015

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Dec 21, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receivers

Cole Beasley

(11) Dez Bryant (88) and

Terrance Williams

(83) pose for a phot in the fourth quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Development of Cole Beasley and Terrance Williams

The Dallas Cowboys offense is just getting better and better. Dez Bryant is entering his physical peak and looks to garner even more attention than previously seen. As a result, opportunities will open for multiple players around him, especially for Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley.

Terrance Williams, like Bryant, plays primarily an outside receiver spot (X and/or Z). When Dez Bryant pulls safety coverage to his side (which he does 95% of the time), Williams often gets left in single coverage. When opponents are in Cover 2 and both safeties stay back, opportunities open in the middle for Cole Beasley.

Both Williams and Beasley have shown significant progression in their games this offseason. Williams’ impressive run after the catch is as good as anyone in the NFL, and Cole has been called “uncoverable” throughout training camp.

Dez Bryant, and to a lesser extent Jason Witten, will always pull coverage to them, and Cole Beasley and Terrance Williams stand to gain a great deal because of it. Both are young players in their primes, and both players have been playing in this offense for multiple seasons. This “pick your poison” offense is going to explode…as long as Romo stays healthy, of course.

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