Matthew Berry: Dallas Cowboys Have Worst WR Corps in NFL!

According to Matthew Berry of ESPN, who works as fantasy football analyst on that network, Dallas Cowboys wide receivers are not a unit to be feared.

They even look less so after one of Dallas squad WR Terrance Williams was arrested on Saturday morning on charges of being publicly intoxicated after he hit a light pole with his Lamborghini. There are rumors that Williams could be cut after this incident, but even with him on board, Berry didn’t have a great opinion about Cowboys receivers.

ESPN’s analyst was asked if he thinks that Cowboys have the worst WR corps in the league. He responded with: “They do in my opinion. When ESPN released the initial top 50 overall Fantasy Football rankings for 2018 (a consensus of 26 different analysts), Ezekiel Elliott was the only Cowboy to make the list.”

Berry focuses his opinion on statistical productivity, but he also takes players talent into account. So, when one fan pointed out that Buffalo Bills have the worst receivers in the league, Berry said that it’s just not true. His take on that was: “Kelvin Benjamin is better than anyone on the Cowboys right now, and I don’t think it’s all that close.”

Some fans argued that numerous teams fair far worse than Cowboys including New York Jets, Miami Dolphins, and San Francisco 49ers regarding their wide receivers. But, Matthew Berry sticks to his opinion by saying: “Could not disagree more.”

During the offseason, Dallas Cowboys released Dez Bryant and traded Ryan Switzer to Oakland Raiders. Their long-lasting TE Jason Witten retired for an ESPN job. America’s Team replaced these players with the likes of Allen Hurns, Deonte Thompson, Tavon Austin, Michael Gallup, and Cedrick Wilson.

Michael Gallup was the last rookie in line to sign with The Boys after being drafted this April. He penned a four-year contract on Monday.

Unlike Matthew Berry, we won’t judge Cowboys WR corps before the season starts. With their run-heavy offense, many of them will have a chance to shine and put up the yards and receptions. We’ll have faith in them. How about you?