Cole Beasley

Cole Beasley

WR - DAL
Height: 5' 8"Weight: 180 lbsAge: 29College: Southern Methodist

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Cole Beasley catches one target in loss to Rams

Cowboys WR Cole Beasley caught 1-of-2 targets for 15 yards in Saturday's Divisional Round loss to the Rams.

Fantasy Impact

Beasley was battling an ankle injury in Saturday's loss to the Rams and only played sporadic snaps. However, when he needed to step up the most, Prescott hit him for a key 15 yard first down conversion to move the chains. Beasley is a free agent this offseason.

Cole Beasley expected to play at Rams

ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting Cowboys WR Cole Beasley (ankle) is expected to play at Rams.

Fantasy Impact

Similar to TE Blake Jarwin, Beasley is expected to be active for Saturday night's win or go home bout at the Rams. However, since Schefter is suggesting Beasley will be on a pitch count if he sees the field at all -- "Jarwin has a better chance to play than Beasley, but [the] plan is for both to work out pregame and both be active," Schefter said via his personal Twitter -- he will be difficult to trust in DFS. As a result, Tavon Austin, who is banged up but expected to be a go, could be in line for an increased role in a proverbial revenge game against his former club. While the Rams defense only allowed two wide receivers in their past five games to finish with double-digit fantasy points in standard scoring formats, their opponents weren't exactly wielding the Air Coryell passing attack against them -- DET, CHI, PHI, ARI, SF. At a cheap price point in DFS, Austin is worth a look in GPPs after showing his explosiveness on special teams in last weeks win over Seattle.

Cole Beasley goes for 28 yards in WIld Card win

Cowboys WR Cole Beasley caught all three of his targets for 28 yards in Saturday night's Wild Card win over the Seahawks.

Fantasy Impact

Beasley came up limping early in the first quarter after coming down awkwardly on his ankle following his first catch of the night, but after exiting the game briefly, he got his ankle wrapped and returned to action. While e didn't have a big night, e was busy down the stretch of the regular season and remains a safety blanket for Dak Prescott as a reliable pass-catching option out of the slot. And with Alen Hurns done for the year with an ankle injury in his own right, Beasley could see increased targets moving forward. Although Amari Cooper is the lone Dallas wideout I trust, Beasley will be worth a look in the Divisional Round.

Cole Beasley finds the end zone in win

Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley caught all six of his targets for 94 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the New York Giants.

Fantasy Impact

Beasley finishes the season with 65 receptions for 672 yards and three touchdowns while playing in all 16 games.

Mike Maher3 weeks ago
Cole Beasley catches five passes in Week 16 win

Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley caught five passes for 50 yards in Sunday's win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Fantasy Impact

Beasley's production has diminished since the arrival of Amari Cooper, but this was his best performance since Week 11, when he posted nearly identical numbers.

Mike Maher4 weeks ago