News: ST: Receivers coach says Beasley has added to 'route inventory' and will have to play more

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  1. Tractor1

    Tractor1 Active Member

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    Kelvin Martin was 5'9" and 165 lbs. He was a timely and productive receiver for the Cowboys.
  2. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    I do recall that yes, particularly dangerous around the goal line. Man those teams had some great role players.
  3. DFWJC

    DFWJC Well-Known Member

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    Yeah. I was biting my tongue on that one.
    But that is from the same guy who thinks Romo is the main problem.
    To each his own, I guess.
  4. Donny Phoenix

    Donny Phoenix Active Member

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    I called his spot on the team into question, and its good to hear he's expanded his "route inventory". Will definitely help keep him ahead of his competition. Now they need to step it up! Thats what its about!
  5. TrailBlazer

    TrailBlazer Well-Known Member

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    Love beas. Small guy, classic underdog, but has shown to be durable and has reliable hands to go with his quickness. He moves the chains and tony trusts him.
  6. CowboysYanksLakers

    CowboysYanksLakers Well-Known Member

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    He's a legitimate weapon in space...
  7. Bigdog24

    Bigdog24 Well-Known Member

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    wow...both your posts are... says it all....another agenda pusher....really
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  8. LittleD

    LittleD Well-Known Member

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    You got it...Romo just loves the guy and you know what Romo wants, Romo gets.
    Beas is a lock...
  9. Bullflop

    Bullflop Well-Known Member

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    It surely appears like Linehan sees Beasley has what it takes to get open and wants to take advantage of it. If nothing else, it'll take some of the pressure off of Dez and Williams. It'll cause defenses to adjust to varying offensive looks. Not such a bad idea. Linehan definitely appears to be doing due diligence to create pressure situations for defenses. Looks like it'll be hard to say he's not, at least, trying to what he can to change our predictability -- I'm liking it.
  10. noshame

    noshame I'm not dead yet...... Zone Supporter

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    Thank you for that, Welker was going to be my example.
  11. chicago JK

    chicago JK Well-Known Member

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    Really like Cole and he has definitely found/created a role with Dallas.

    Although I think you are not being honest if you don't think he is a player who will need to fight to make the roster this year and any year after. If you are a four or five receiver who does not play on special teams you leave yourself vulnerable. Not saying he will get cut but if a few injuries hit or if cowboys are worried about special teams, there is a balancing game of who stays and who gets cut. Beasley does one to two things very well. But he may be competing against a bigger guy who they like who also plays all three special teams. It is a factor.
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  12. Seven

    Seven Messenger to the football Gods

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    Guilty as charged.........I just like the flexibility quick guys can give to an offense. Especially on thirds.
  13. ufcrules1

    ufcrules1 Well-Known Member

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    Spot on. I cringe at thinking about him playing outside at all though. I think we should get him the ball a lot more than we have in the past.
  14. conner01

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    people want to run more, get the ball to dez more, get another te involved and get more passes to beasley. the math just does'nt add up. i like beasley because he gets open and catches the ball. but he is never going to be a target like welker because welker was their top reciever. i think his strength is quickness which is better from the slot but can still do some stuff outside. beasley may be small but he is quick and has good hands and can move the chains. there is always a place for a player who can move the chains
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  15. Sportsbabe

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    That would be me. He and Tony are going to light it up this year.
  16. Primetime42

    Primetime42 Well-Known Member

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    There's only so many passes to go around.

    And stop overrating the kid. He's no Welker. At least not yet.
  17. Crown Royal

    Crown Royal Insulin Beware

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    This completely.
  18. bark

    bark Well-Known Member

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    Beasley is almost almost open right after the snap. His initial moves of the Los are ankle breakers. Great hands. Love this kid
  19. Bcrav4

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    Can he actually beat an outside corner? I can see it for the smaller ones, but the big ones will be able to toss him on the ground before he can clear the contact zone, imo.
  20. DFWJC

    DFWJC Well-Known Member

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    'Lil Beaz!

    We need to start a thread count for 2014. I only think he has about 3-4so far in 2014. But any glimmer of real game success and we'll get them in large groups. He'll be int he 20s and 30s in no time. lol
    The lil guy has a strong following around here, that's for sure.

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