Cowboys WR Cole Beasley caught seven balls for 68 yards in Dallas' Thanksgiving Day, Week 12 loss to Washington.
He didn't just rack up catches in garbage time, either. Beasley was a shockingly big part of Dallas' game plan from the get go, and it backfired miserably. Targeted 13 times by Tony Romo, Beasley came up with just 53.8 percent of the intended passes, and the Cowboys' offense finally got rolling when Romo stopped throwing to Beasley. Beasley ordinarily shares No. 4 receiver duties with Dwayne Harris, behind Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, and Kevin Ogletree. The Cowboys might need to lean on Beasley even more moving forward if Austin's hip injury proves serious.