2. Noah Brown is this team’s WR3
Throughout the offseason and going into the season, the wide receiver group was a large topic of conversation. After Amari Cooper’s departure, the group took a big hit in terms of talent and production. They added James Washington and Jalen Tolbert, but Washington has been injured and Tolbert has been a non-factor thus far.
However, Noah Brown has been the man to step up, and he’s looked fantastic. This also seeped into Sunday against Washington as he had yet another solid day, logging three catches for 61 yards, including a 45-yard grab in the third quarter.
Brown has been a revelation for the Cowboys and the wide receiver group, as the receivers were heavily criticized and caused much worry among fans. After serving as a WR4 and WR5 for several years, he has shown his worth as a pass-catcher and has solidified himself as the third-starting receiver on this team.