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Sep 13, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach

Jason Garrett

congratulates wide receiver

Cole Beasley

(11) in the first quarter against the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

3. Dynamic Doesn’t Do Him Justice

There is never enough written about wide receiver Cole Beasley. Every time he gets the ball in his hands you hold your breath waiting for him to do something fantastic. While he doesn’t run the most crisp routes, he seems to be able to get good separation most of the time, and once he gets the ball in his hands he can pick up chunks of yards at a time.

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Until Bryant returns, Beasley is the most electrifying man on offense. Once Bryant does return, Beasley should have more opportunities to show what he can do with the ball in his hands.

Getting Beasley into position to pick up yards is going to be huge for this offense moving forward. When Romo returns, the options for Beasley should continue. If Cassel can get the ball moving better than Weeden has, I would look for Beasley to start turning heads throughout the NFL. It is just fun to watch him run once he catches the ball.

Unfortunately, Beasley isn’t the type of receiver that can do a whole lot on the outside. If he’s the second option in the passing game, things get pretty limited for the Cowboys offense.

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