Beasley caught five of seven targets for 51 yards during Sunday's 22-19 win over the Falcons. Beasley led the team's wideouts in targets, catches and yards, though he finished with rather modest numbers. He could've added a touchdown catch to his line, but he uncharacteristically dropped an easy one on the opening drive of the game. Beasley's output was his best since the acquisition of Amari Cooper, who was held in check while drawing five targets on the day. He isn't much of a fantasy factor outside deep PPR formats and will likely continue as such in the Thanksgiving matchup with Washington.
Beasley converted five targets into four catches and 37 yards during Sunday's 27-20 win over the Eagles. Beasley's biggest contribution came in the closing moments of the first half, when he made a lunging 21-yard grab along the sideline to help set up a Dallas touchdown. It was just Beasley's second 20-plus-yard reception of the season. Beasley is tied with Michael Gallup for second among Dallas wideouts with nine targets since Amari Cooper came to town. His touches seem to to be safe, but -- averaging just 10 yards per catch -- he doesn't figure to do too much with them. Sunday brings a trip to Atlanta and the league's 30th-ranked pass defense.
Beasley caught one of three targets for eight yards during Sunday's 19-16 loss to Houston. It's been downhill since Week 1's seven-catch, 73-yard outing against Carolina. Beasley is averaging just 2.5 catches and 30 yards per game since. He remains Dallas' top receiver in terms of yardage, but that carries little weight in a Cowboys offense ranked 29th in passing. It's hard to envision a turnaround against a top-five Jacksonville pass defense Sunday.
Beasley (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Texans, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports. Beasley was a full practice participant Friday after logging limited sessions Wednesday and Thursday. He'll be fine to fill his usual role as the slot receiver in a run-first Dallas offense in Week 5. The Cowboys will face a Houston team that's allowing 8.1 yards per pass attempt and 288 passing yards per game through four contests.
Beasley (ankle) caught four of five targets for 53 yards during Sunday's 26-24 win over the Lions. Beasley was hampered by an injury heading into the contest, but he tied for the team lead in targets while pacing the wideouts in catches and receiving yards. He was clearly hurting at times and required frequent trips to the sidelines in between plays. With that said, Beasley still came through with a solid performance and should be able to play next Sunday night against the Texans, barring a setback during the week.
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