As part of the newly inspired Dallas Cowboys offense under new head coach Jason Garrett, Dez Bryant has become the primary receiver in the offense led by quarterback Jon Kitna. So far, in the past three games against the Green Bay Packers, the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions, he has scored a touchdown in each game, averaging 66 yards and 5 receptions per game. While he was ignored by Tony Romo in the beginning of the season, he has blossomed under Kitna. He’s facing a moderately easy schedule going forward and should become a high-end WR2 receiver. He could become a WR1, if Kitna was a bit more consistent.