Dallas Cowboys' Patrick Crayton looks through the shield on his helmet after cleaning it during the team's NFL football training camp.
Crayton was the third Cowboys receiver to catch a touchdown today, joining Miles Austin and Roy Williams. And suddenly, those big-play concerns--vis a vis, the departure of Terrell Owens--are looking slightly misguided.
What's more, the timing of the play was pretty perfect. Dallas had, only a minute or so before, given up a Derrick Ward touchdown on a drive that saw a successful, but ultimately pointless, Wade Phillips challenge, and a wholly questionable, kind of ticky-tacky illegal contact call on an interception.
The aforementioned receivers, along with Martellus Bennett, Jason Witten and Felix Jones (to name a few) will be charged with the task of filling T.O.'s shoes. The very early returns are looking promising for Dallas.