By Dalton Miller
The Dallas Cowboys receiving corps is not where it needs to be. Last week, against one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL they were only able to accrue 194 net passing yards.
The blame for the lack of offensive explosion could take up its own article, if not a series. Simply, everyone is to blame in some way, from the play calling to the quarterback to the receivers. Fortunately, there are more receivers available than the six featured in a previous piece.
Instead of an overall evaluation of the prospects, finding specific traits they possess that could help this football team with Dak Prescott as the quarterback of the Cowboys seems more appropriate. What is the point of having traits if they won’t be used by the current scheme or signal caller?
Measurables: 6-foot-1, 225 pounds
Evaluation: His physical profile is intimidating. Brown’s lower half is comparable to a bruising running back. He is a matchup nightmare for smaller, nickel cornerbacks because of that lower body strength. He’s able to shed arms tackles and regularly drags 180-pound defensive backs downfield for first downs. That helps this offense specifically because many a route seems to come back to the line-of-scrimmage, which hurts the ability for yards after the...