Dez Bryant said in a post-practice interview, "Truthfully, to be honest, I feel like, man, I'm still rising." The fifth year wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys is entering a contract year and will be working as hard as ever to keep on improving himself. At 25 years old, he is the Cowboy's oldest wide receiver and is seen as role model to the other wideouts. In the 2013 season, Bryant totaled 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns. In an offense that could very rarely produce at a consistent level in 2013, Bryant was the lone star.
The Cowboys struggled to get Bryant the ball in 2013. The Cowboy's wide receiver tallied 160 targets last season, a statistic that puts him as the sixth most targeted receiver last year. Of those 160 targets, only 93 were receptions. If the Cowboys can get the ball to Bryant on a more consistent basis, he will be able to post monstrous 2014 numbers. With Bryant, the sky is the limit. If he continues to put in the work he has been, we can expect a stellar season from him.