Dez Bryant: Cowboys have NFL's best WR corps

It wasn’t enough to win, but the Cowboys’ wide receiving corps provided a glimpse of how potent it can be against the Giants.

With Miles Austin back in the mix, the Cowboys’ wide receivers accounted for 250 yards and three touchdowns, with Austin, Laurent Robinson and Dez Bryant each scoring once.

Austin is a two-time Pro Bowler with a $54 million contract, but he’s been the Cowboys’ third most productive wide receiver this season, in large part because he’s missed six games due to hamstring injuries. Robinson and Bryant both have chances to finish with 1,000-yard, 10-touchdown seasons.

“I feel like without a doubt that we are the best receiving corps in the league,” Bryant said.

That’s debatable. There are other receiving corps that can make the same claim, including the one that won Sunday night at Cowboys Stadium. But the Cowboys’ trio is at least in the conversation if Austin can stay healthy.

Here’s how the Cowboys’ wideouts compare to the other elite receiving corps in the league:


Laurent Robinson – 46 catches, 763 yards, 8 TD

Dez Bryant – 47 catches, 756 yards, 8 TD

Miles Austin – 32 catches, 466 yards, 5 TD


Victor Cruz – 68 catches, 1,150 yards, 7 TD

Hakeem Nicks – 65 catches, 1,023 yards, 6 TD

Mario Manningham -- 36 catches, 466 yards, 4 TD


Mike Wallace – 62 catches, 1,034 yards, 8 TD

Antonio Brown – 55 catches, 925 yards, 2 TD

Hines Ward – 37 catches, 325 yards, 2 TD


Jordy Nelson – 51 catches, 957 yards, 10 TD

Greg Jennings – 67 catches, 949 yards, 9 TD

James Jones – 26 catches, 479 yards, 5 TD

Donald Driver – 31 catches, 357 yards, 4 TD