Stud 3: Jake Ferguson
While Sunday wasn't a big day for most of the Cowboys' offense, Jake Ferguson certainly impressed.
Ferguson had a clear connection with Dak Prescott throughout the contest, regularly exploiting New England's weak linebacking corps to get open down the field. That led to the Wisconsin product setting new careers high in receptions (7) and yards (77) in Week 4.
After a sluggish start to the year, it's great to see Ferguson come alive over the past few weeks. He popped off for five receptions and 48 yards against the Cardinals in Week 3, more than doubling his yardage total from the first two games (22).
This now makes it 125 yards in two games for Ferguson, who could cement himself as Dallas' No. 3 passing target behind CeeDee Lamb and the emerging Michael Gallup. Brandin Cooks hasn't made any impact after coming over this offseason, and the likes of Jalen Tolbert and Kavontae Turpin are still developing.
Given the success Prescott had with Dalton Schultz, it's obvious the quarterback loves himself a reliable TE. Ferguson is definitely getting in his good graces with his recent showings.