Cole Beasley WR DAL 2 Months

Beasley was Tony Romo's favorite target on Sunday, catching six passes on nine targets (both team highs) for 57 yards.

The diminutive slot receiver finished the regular season with 37 catches on 49 targets for 420 yards and four TDs (both career highs). Beasley will likely have to fend off second-year wideout Devin Street in 2015 to hang onto the number 3 spot on the Cowboys' depth chart, and maintain even his current modest level of production.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 2 Months

Beasley was targeted three times in Sunday's 42-7 win over the Colts, finishing with two catches for 29 yards and a touchdown.

Beasley's value is almost entirely touchdown-dependent, though the getting's been good lately, with four scores in his last five games. He'll close out the regular season next week against Washington.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 2 Months

Beasley caught 4-of-4 targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 38-27 win over the Eagles.

Beasley has been highly efficient on his targets over the last four weeks, and he's clearly a bigger contributor than Terrance Williams, who has just five receptions for 75 yards over the same period. Of course, Beasley is still just the fourth option in a balanced offense, and he doesn't offer much upside on a weekly basis.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 3 Months

Beasley caught 3-of-3 targets for 42 yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's 41-28 win over the Bears.

DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant accounted for 18 of the Cowboys' 26 targets, but it was surprisingly Beasley who scored touchdowns No. 2 and 3 for the season. The scoring receptions were impressive, as he had to fight for the end zone on both occasions, though it did appear he was a bit short on the second one. While the offense still runs through Murray and Bryant, Beasley has been a bigger factor than Terrance Williams of late, recording nine catches for 149 yards and three touchdowns over the last three games. It's unwise to expect similar production in the coming weeks, but Beasley does draw a favorable Week 15 matchup with the Eagles.

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Beasley caught four passes on a season-high seven targets for 41 yards in Thursday's loss to the Eagles.

The Cowboys' slot receiver is becoming more involved in the offense, and has outproduced nominal number two WR Terrance Williams three weeks in a row. If you need some wideout help for your playoff run in a deep PPR league, Beasley could be worth grabbing in advance of Week 13's game against the porous Bears secondary.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 3 Months

Beasley caught 2-of-2 targets for 66 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-28 win over the Giants.

Beasley had a fantastic catch-and-run for a 45-yard touchdown, and his other reception picked up 21 yards on the game-winning drive. He hasn't drawn more than two targets since Week 5, but a Thanksgiving matchup with the Eagles could perhaps lead to a few extra opportunities.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 5 Months

Beasley caught his only target for 10 yards in Sunday's win over the Titans.

Through two games, the Cowboys have relied more on DeMarco Murray's legs than Tony Romo's arm to drive the offense, and as a result players like Beasley haven't been very involved.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 6 Months

Beasley caught four of five targets for 42 yards in Sunday's loss to the 49ers.

He has a solid hold on the Cowboys' slot receiver job, and should have some value in PPR leagues as a result. Don't expect big yardage totals or many scores from Beasley this season, though.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 6 Months

Working as the No. 3 wide receiver with the first-team offense, Beasley caught one pass for 17 yards on two targets in Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens.

Beasley is competing with Dwayne Harris and Devin Street for playing time behind Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams. None of the three did much in Saturday's game, but the usage indicates that Beasley's the favorite to work as the No. 3 wideout come Week 1.

Cole Beasley WR DAL 9 Months

Cowboys receivers coach Derek Dooley said WR Cole Beasley will have an expanded role this season.

Limited almost exclusively to the slot in 2013, Dooly said Beasley will need to play outside some this season. "He's really expanded his route inventory," Dooly continued. "He's going to be a much better player than he was last year." With Miles Austin out of the picture, Beasley has a great shot to earn the No. 3 receiver duties in a Cowboys' offense that should throw a ton under new OC Scott Linehan. Beasley could carry some PPR value this season.