First Down: Texas three-step, what RB will emerge in Dallas?

First Down: Texas three-step, what RB will emerge in Dallas?

From this point until the start of the NFL's regular season, Yahoo's resident Noisemaker will examine the buzz surrounding specific players and events, recommending fantasy owners to invest or avoid. Naturally, whatever he forecasts, the opposite is bound to come true. Feel free to offer your two cents in the comments section below.

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The Buzz: With a number of immovable steers already on roster, the Cowboys added much discussed lineman La'el Collins to the roster Thursday, bolstering a line that was widely regarded as the best in pro football last year. In addition to the Collins signing, Dallas team president Stephen Jones remarked his squad could be "more efficient and more explosive, doing our running back by committee rather than putting so much pressure on one back."

Why Dallas running back X flames: Right now, Darren McFadden is expected to the lead up the proposed RBBC with Joseph Randle, Lance Dunbar and possibly Cardinals castaway Ryan Williams contributing. Only the Philadelphia Eagles outranked their division rival last year in run-blocking according to Pro Football Focus. Whichever RB rises to the occasion, he will hold considerable fantasy value. The 'Boys' outstanding pass attack, spearheaded by Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and Jason Witten, and dedication to a balanced scheme, should have prospective investors salivating. It's an extremely favorable situation, as evidenced by DeMarco Murray's sensational 2014. Another 450 rush attempts seems inevitable .

Why Dallas running back X lames: Obviously, the phrase "running back by committee" conjures deep-seeded fantasy fears. If the rotation mirrors, say, New England, owners will voice their displeasure, possibly violently. It's all a matter of where the ball stops on the roulette wheel. Yes, defenses transform overnight, but Cowboys RBs do have the 11th-easiest fantasy schedule entering the year according to the Fantasy Football Toolbox. Conceivably, a three-legged basset hound could squirm its way to RB2 numbers in 12-team leagues.

Fearless Forecast: Because Jerry Jones has an unhealthy obsession with all things Arkansas, Walk DMC should get first crack heading up the committee. It's fathomable he records roughly 13-16 touches per game before presumably snapping a tendon on carry No. 51. He's missed 25.9 percent of his games since entering the league in 2008. A dust-up with an inflatable snowman could knock him out of action for weeks. My money is on Randle. Everyone's favorite underwear thief is younger, tougher and coming off a season in which he averaged a ridiculous 6.73 yards per carry. Equally impressive, 61.2 percent of his yards came after contact. There's a reason why Dallas was comfortable passing on the likes of Tevin Coleman, David Cobb and Jay Ajayi in the Draft. He's a strong candidate to eventually take over early-down work with Dunbar supplanting him on pass downs. Selected with the 105th pick (RB37) in our recent 12-team mock (McFadden went 25 picks higher), he's the guy to target.

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