Cowboys LG La’el Collins suffered a sprained foot in Week 3.
He was immediately ruled out, suggesting it could be a serious injury. With LT Tyron Smith (back) also sidelined, Dallas is down two starters on the offensive line.
Jason Witten caught two passes for 25 yards in Week 3.
Witten mostly blocked with Dallas playing with a lead. He came close to a touchdown in the first quarter, but was ruled down at the one-yard line. Witten’s two targets were a season low. He’s a back-end TE1 for Week 4.
Cole Beasley caught seven passes for 73 yards in Week 3 against Chicago.
The seven targets led Dallas. Beasley took on less of a role after taking a huge hit in the first half. He's been Dak Prescott’s favorite option on underneath routes this season. Beasley has some low-end streaming value against the 49ers in Week 4.
Terrance Williams caught four passes for 88 yards in Week 3 against Chicago.
Williams led Dallas in receiving with Dez Bryant not fully healthy. It's a nice bounce back after he wasn't targeted last week. Williams fell out of the gameplan after losing a fumble on the end of a 47-yard catch. He's still not higher than the No. 3 pass-game option.
Dez Bryant caught 3-of-6 targets for 40 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys' Week 3 win over Chicago.
Bryant briefly exited with a knee injury on the opening drive. He stayed in the game, but was noticeably limited. Bryant managed to save his night with a 17-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, but his lack of yards in two of three games is concerning. Bryant is a must-start against the 49ers' secondary in Week 4.
Alfred Morris had five carries for 15 yards and a touchdown in Week 3 against Chicago.
He was the clear No. 2 back despite Ezekiel Elliott’s fumbles last week. Morris vultured a three-yard touchdown at the end of the first half, but was otherwise quiet. He remains just a handcuff.
Ezekiel Elliott had 30 carries for 140 yards and caught two passes for 20 yards in the Cowboys' Week 3 win over Chicago.
Elliott had two touchdowns vultured, including one to Lance Dunbar. Even with the offensive line missing multiple starters, he had a ton of running room all game. Elliott’s highlight was a hurdle over S Chris Prosinski at the end of a third quarter run. He didn't have any ball security issues after two fumbles last week. Elliott is locked in as a RB1 for Week 4.
Dak Prescott completed 19-of-24 passes for 248 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 3 win over Chicago.
It’s another strong game from Prescott, who threw his first touchdown pass to Dez Bryant in the fourth quarter. Prescott also had 36 yards rushing and scored a one-yard sneak on the opening drive. With Bryant playing though a knee injury, he was forced to spread it around to Cole Beasley and Terrance Williams. Prescott still doesn’t have any turnovers through three games. He’s one of the top streaming options for Week 4 against the 49ers.