3. Eric Scott Jr.
If you were hoping that the Trevon Diggs injury might pave the way to some contributions for rookie corner Eric Scott Jr. then you were sorely disappointed in Week 3.
It was offseason trade acquisition Noah Igbinoghene who was called back onto the active roster against the Cardinals after being inactive in Week 2, though the former first-round pick didn't actually play any defensive reps.
After playing 16 in the Week 1 blowout, Igbinoghene was back on a special teams-only role in Week 3 while Jourdan Lewis saw his snap count increase as he continued working his way back into the lineup.
There was never even really any buzz about Scott getting activated as a potential solution to the Diggs injury, and it’s honestly not that hard to see why. The sixth-round pick may have some potential, but he was straight-up bad in the preseason. He allowed a 112.5 passer rating when targeted in coverage (per Pro Football Focus), and it's not exactly like he was facing the A-team when he was doing that.
Keeping Scott on the 53-man roster rather than trying to get him on the practice squad means the coaching staff saw something in him they liked (and didn't want to risk losing him on waivers), but whatever that thing is must be more about his potential than his current skills.
Unless he shows coaches something at practice that we never got to see, don't expect to see Scott active any time soon.
Even if other injuries pop up, Dallas may target a free agent rather than having Scott in uniform on gameday.