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Dez Bryant: A+
As expected, Dez Bryant had a huge day against the Browns sans Joe Hayden. Bryant torched the Browns secondary for 145 on 12 receptions and scored on a 28-yard touchdown catch.
Now if we can only get Bryant to run the right routes all the time, he might just be the superstar the Cowboys thought they were getting.
Miles Austin: B-
Miles Austin was limited in the game catching six passes for 58 yards. That is only half the passes thrown his way as quarterback Tony Romo targeted Austin 12 times.
Austin has not been 100 percent healthy this year, but he the Cowboys cannot afford his productivity to drop.
Kevin Ogletree: C
Although Kevin Ogletree did take a vicious hit that kept the Cowboys drive alive late in the fourth quarter, Ogletree continues to regress as the Cowboys third receiver. Ogletree only had one catch for 10 yards and continues to disappear when the Cowboys need him most.
Dwayne Harris: A
It may be time for the Cowboys to give Dwayne Harris a little more playing time on offense. Harris had another great punt return to setup the Cowboys game-winning field goal in overtime and he made some tough catches on offense.
Harris ended the game with catching all three passes thrown his way and gaining 20 yards and was on the receiving end of the pass interference call that got the Cowboys in position to tie the game late in the fourth quarter.