I've always been a Cole Beasley fan, more so than most others who wrote him off early. I think that if Cole Beasley can take over in the slot full time, we're going to see him quickly become Romo's favorite target. Beasley only played in 14 games this year. An example in my opinion of a coaching staff that isn't up to par. He improved as the year went on, but I don't think he was ever used as a larger part of the offense because of it. He got 9 targets against Minnesota, but that was his season high. After that game he never received more than 4 targets. I'm really hoping that Scott Linehan can change this. I'm not saying Cole Beasley should get 160 targets, but he needs to be properly utilized to move the chains more effectively. The guy had 20 first downs on 39 receptions. The reality is that even those Dez didn't get enough passes, he probably got too much attention for how many times we passed. This makes his job much more difficult. You have to punish teams if they want to take Dez away, and we didn't do that enough. You use Beasley more, and you're going to see the offense flourish. 4 targets a game just doesn't cut it. You have to make a defense think, and you're not doing that if you aren't utilizing multiple pieces, especially hard to stop pieces like Beasley. Right now the defensive gameplan against us is to stop Dez Bryant, and hope that we don't run the ball... And guess what... it works enough.