Beasley caught three of four targets for a team-high 49 yards in a 27-13 loss to the Eagles in Week 17. He heads into the playoffs having set new career highs in catches (75), targets (98) and yards (833), as Beasley quickly established a rapport with quarterback Dak Prescott and became the Cowboys' most dependable possession receiver. That role makes him far more valuable in PPR formats than in leagues with standard scoring, but with Terrance Williams' future in Dallas uncertain, Beasley could see even more passes head his way in 2017.
Beasley converted five targets into four catches for 25 yards in Monday's win over Detroit. Beasley has caught at least four passes in all but two contests this season, but the reliable slot man isn't quite as valuable as he was earlier in the year. From Weeks 5 through 11, Beasley scored five time in six games and was averaging five catches per game. He hasn't scored since and has only been targeted in the red area once in that span with improved showings from the likes of Terrance Williams. He's a dependable option in PPR leagues, but his yardage totals are seldom enough to carry much point value absent a legitimate chance to find the end zone.
Beasley caught four of five targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Buccaneers. In other words, it was a typical Beasley performance. He's been a rock-solid asset in deep PPR leagues this season, but hasn't topped 60 yards in a game since Week 4, and his low ceiling makes him a fringe play at best in shallower formats.
Beasley caught four of seven targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 10-7 loss to the Giants. The Cowboys' offense couldn't get much of anything going Sunday night, but Beasley still supplied his usual production. Don't expect a big jump in his numbers next week though, as he'll be facing a Buccaneers defense that ranks in the top 10 by DVOA against slot receivers this season.
Beasley secured two of four targets for 23 yards in Thursday's 17-15 win over the Vikings. Beasley had an unsurprisingly modest output on a night where defense largely set the pace and Dak Prescott put the ball up only 18 times overall. The number of catches, yards and targets were all season lows for the fifth-year receiver, who nevertheless figures to bounce back when the Cowboys face off with the Giants in a key Week 14 divisional battle.
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