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According to Dave Richard, CBS Sportsline's senior fantasy writer (a job I used to hold at Hustler, incidentally), "There isn't a team in the NFC with as many startable Fantasy options as the Dallas Cowboys." Among his every-week picks to click: Tony Romo, Julius Jones, Marion Barber, Terrell Owens, Terry Glenn, Jason Witten and "the Cowboys DST."

Richard also interviews former Cowboys backup QB-turned-offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, who's the only interview subject I've ever had call me back because he "didn't give [your questions] enough thought." Also, Jason's the world's biggest Bob Dylan fan, which goes a long way toward explaining the headline above. --Robert Wilonsky

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