Cowboys WR Kevin Ogletree played 33 snaps vs. Giants
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Cowboys WR Kevin Ogletree played 33 snaps vs. Giants

ESPN Dallas posted a rundown today of how many snaps each Cowboys offensive player saw during Wednesday's win over the Giants. Out of a possible 68, Dez Bryant @DezBryant was on the field for 58; DeMarco Murray, 52. Even a couple of nicked-up stars, Miles Austin @MilesAustinIII and Jason Witten @JasonWitten, played 57 and 53 snaps, respectively.
And what about the week's most productive fantasy wide receiver in standard leagues, Kevin Ogletree @KOforPrez? He participated in just 33 of 68 possible snaps.

Fantasy Analysis:

Should you pick up Ogletree? Most definitely. If you haven't done it by now, there's no risk in stashing him on the pine in the place of dead weight. But let's not already anoint him as the 2011 version of Laurent Robinson. Perhaps he'll see an increase in playing time following his breakout game, but there's not going to be much room for Ogletree as long as Austin, Bryant and Witten are active.

Source:
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