2016 Outlook: You can pretty much write off Bryant's 2015 season. Injuries limited him to only nine games, and even when he was on the field, it was often as part of a Tony Romo'less offense. Bryant actually averaged 8.1 targets per game--almost as many as he had in 2014, when he caught a league-high 16 TDs and finished tied for third among WRs in fantasy points. In fact, Bryant entered the 2015 season having finished no worse than fourth at the position in TDs after his rookie season. With Romo back to full health, Bryant is a strong bet to regain elite status and is a borderline first-round pick.
2016 Outlook: Williams has yet to emerge as an impact receiver, despite playing 73 percent of all offensive snaps during his three years in the league. He has finished no better than 40th among WRs in fantasy points during those three seasons. The Cowboys used him primarily as a deep threat during his first two seasons (15.0-yard average depth of target), then shifted him to a more well-rounded role with Dez Bryant injured last season. Williams enters his first contract season as the favorite to start opposite Bryant, and Tony Romo's return will be just enough to make him a fine late-round sleeper.