Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
1 week ago

Beasley secured two of four targets for 23 yards in Thursday's 17-15 win over the Vikings.

EDGE Analysis

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.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
2 weeks ago

Beasley caught five passes on six targets for 56 yards in Thursday's 31-26 win over Washington.

EDGE Analysis

He's been incredibly consistent lately, catching between four and six passes in seven straight games while recording between 53 and 59 receiving yards in six of those seven. Beasley's already put together a career year, setting new personal bests in receptions (58) and yards (647) while tying his previous high with five TDs, and with five more games left to play he should remain an excellent PPR play as Dak Prescott's favorite possession receiver.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
3 weeks ago

Beasley caught five of six targets for 59 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

Beasley put the Cowboys on the board with a nifty three-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter and helped move the chains several times as a short option over the middle of the field. He has been a useful target for Dak Prescott this season and now has at least 53 yards in all but one contest this season and already has already tied his career-high with five touchdown grabs. Beasley's role remains similar regardless of the opponent from week to week and this will remain the case for Thursday's prime time matchup against the Redskins on Thanksgiving Day.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
4 weeks ago

Beasley caught five passes on nine targets for 33 yards in Sunday's dramatic win over the Steelers.

EDGE Analysis

He was fighting the ball a little in the early going, dropping a couple of catchable passes, and as a result Beasley posted his worst yardage total of the season. Even with Tony Romo (back) apparently healthy again Dak Prescott is locked in as the Cowboys' starting QB right now, so don't look for Beasley's target volume to change much going forward.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
1 month ago

Beasley caught all six of his targets for 56 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 35-10 rout of the Browns.

EDGE Analysis

He continues to show excellent chemistry with Dak Prescott, and Beasley has now scored four TDs in the last four games while catching at least three passes in every game this season. Tony Romo (back) is getting close to returning to action, which could impact Beasley's production, but the 7-1 Cowboys also have little incentive to make a switch at QB right now.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
1 month ago

Beasley caught four passes for 53 yards on seven targets in Sunday's OT win over the Eagles.

EDGE Analysis

Even with Dez Bryant back in the lineup, Beasley still held onto his role as Dak Prescott's quick outlet receiver. Beasley has now caught at least three passes and topped 50 receiving yards in every game so far this season, making him an extremely reliable option in PPR formats.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
2 months ago

Beasley caught all six of his targets for 58 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Sunday's 30-16 win over the Packers.

EDGE Analysis

Beasley did his damage in the red zone, as he hauled in a one-yard touchdown on the team's opening drive and a four-yard score in the fourth quarter that put the game away. Beasley has developed a strong rapport with Dak Prescott and has been a consistent target as a possession receiver, notching no fewer than 53 receiving yards in any game this season. Additional usage in the red zone could provide him with added value, but the impending returns of Dez Bryant (knee) and Tony Romo (back) could shake up the team's offense after next week's bye.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
2 months ago

Beasley caught all four of his targets for 53 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-14 win over the Bengals.

EDGE Analysis

Beasley scored before halftime, and wasn't needed much in the second half, as the Cowboys held a 21-point lead. He has been a pleasant surprise in general this season, with 60 or more receiving yards in four of five games. His targets have been strong too, getting 33 looks this year, which is second on the team behind Jason Witten's 34. Even when Dez Bryant (knee) returns, Beasley appears to be a fixture in the offense, as Dak Prescott clearly has confidence in the shifty wideout to make plays. Next up for Beasley will be the Packers at Lambeau Field.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
2 months ago

Beasley caught three of four targets for a team-leading 66 yards in Sunday's 24-17 win over San Francisco.

EDGE Analysis

Beasley was actually held in check for most of the game, as he bulk of his production came on a 47-yard catch and run that effectively ended the game on the Cowboys' final drive. Despite the lack of volume, Beasley's production was in line with his seasonal numbers, as he is now averaging 69.8 receiving yards per game through four weeks, putting him on pace for over 1,110 yards if he can sustain this pace. Beasley could face some extra attention in the absence of Dez Bryant (knee), but he has proven to be a reliable target for Dak Prescott and should continue as such next week versus the Bengals.

Cole Beasley
WR DAL (7)
2 months ago

Beasley hauled in all seven of his targets for 73 yards in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Bears.

EDGE Analysis

Beasley was visibly shaken up after taking a hard hit on the opening series, but he returned to the game in short order and had no problem making his presence felt. He nearly posted a much bigger stat line, coming up just inches shy of the goal line on a 29-yard gain in the second quarter. As mentioned on NBC's broadcast of the game, it was the first pass Beasley has ever caught more than 20 yards downfield. Such is life for an undersized slot target, and in any case, the lack of big-play potential doesn't seem to bother Dak Prescott, who can (theoretically) look to Dez Bryant when he wants to go deep. While Bryant eventually figures to supplant him, Beasley enters a Week 4 matchup against San Francisco as the team leader in targets (25), receptions (20) and receiving yards (213).