The issues with the Dallas offense are manifold, from Prescott's inconsistency, to terrible play-calling, to a struggling offensive line, to a misfit cast of wideouts.
"We're just getting open. That's all we can do," Beasley said, via Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "If you watch the tape, that's all you've got to do. A lot of people aren't watching the tape. They're just assuming. That's fine."
According to Next Gen Stats, Beasley is averaging 2.8 yards per separation on his 16 targets this season, exactly the median among receivers with at least five targets (for some comparison, Ex-Cowboy Ryan Switzer, now with Pittsburgh, is averaging 3.4). Deonte Thompson averages 2.1 yards of separation, Allen Hurns 2.5, Tavon Austin 3.9, and Michael Gallup 1.8.
"Any receiver is frustrated when you get the ball three times. But any playmaker wants the ball and if they say they don't they're lying," Beasley said. "Nobody is down in the dumps or anything. In our room, we get satisfaction out of getting separation whether the ball comes our way or not."
Despite the lack of production through three games, Beasley defended his teammates.
"We've got guys who can run routes and get open on this team," he said. "It's that simple. All we can do is control what we control and get open and when the ball comes our way, catch it."
While backing the receivers, who have been one of the many punching bags in Dallas this year, Beasley also attempted to shield Prescott from shouldering all the blame.
"There are lot of things that keep the ball from getting to a receiver. A lot of variables," he said. "You can't just point at one unit, ever. Unless we were on tape not getting open, then you could say that. But until then, if you just look at stats, of course, people are going to say that we're not good or horrible. If you look at the opportunities you'd know better."