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Dez Bryant remains elite fantasy option after second preseason game

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had another solid preseason performance on Saturday, recording four catches for 74 yards in a brief appearance against the Arizona Cardinals. Like most of the first team, Bryant played the whole first quarter and part of the second.

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Perhaps the highlight of the day was a circus sideline catch with Patrick Peterson draped all over him. The only real blemish was a lost fumble in the second quarter, when he got stripped from behind by Jerraud Powers.

Fantasy impact: The fumble should be a non-issue. Bryant once again looked like the most dominant player on the field, showing real chemistry with Tony Romo and beating defenders with both incredible athleticism and sharp route-running.

Bryant's late season surge last year doesn't look like a fluke--his fantasy ceiling is huge. He currently sits at No.3 on SB Nation's WR rankings.

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This article originally appeared on SBNation.

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