Noah Brown

WR, Dallas Cowboys

Height 6'2" Weight 225
DOB 1996-01-06 Age 26.8
College Ohio State

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Noah Brown Not A Factor In Cowboys' Week 12 Win

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown was not targeted during Thursday's win over the New York Giants. Dak Prescott targeted just two receivers along the way, so Brown certainly wasn't alone in that regard. Still, it was a step back for the 26-year-old, who had logged at least one catch in each of his 10 games this season. Brown can be left on waivers in most fantasy leagues for the time being.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Off The Injury Report For Week 10

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown (foot) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Packers. The wideout didn't suit up in Week 8 and received an additional week to rest, with Dallas coming off a bye. Brown has exceeded expectations this season, amassing 25 catches for 339 receiving yards and a touchdown to put him behind CeeDee Lamb as the team's second-best receiver. While those numbers won't do much for fantasy managers from week to week, Brown's presence on the field will certainly lower Michael Gallup's (chest) ceiling in Week 10. However, neither should be trusted in any fantasy format.

    Nov 12 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Ezekiel Elliott, Noah Brown Inactive Against Bears

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (knee) and wide receiver Noah Brown (foot) are both officially inactive for the Week 8 game against the Chicago Bears. Elliott missed practice all week and is dealing with a Grade 2 MCL sprain that he suffered in the Week 7 win over the Detroit Lions. The Cowboys are going to give Zeke and Brown a little extra rest with their bye coming in Week 9. In addition to Elliott and Brown, free safety Malik Hooker (hamstring) is also out for Dallas. The 27-year-old Elliott will miss his first game since the 2020 season, and with him out, Tony Pollard will be a must-start for fantasy managers as the team's lead back against Chicago. Brown will miss his first game of the season, and in his absence, Michael Gallup and Jalen Tolbert should see more targets behind CeeDee Lamb.

    Oct 30 · Source via Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Questionable For Week 8

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown (foot) missed practice all week but is listed as questionable for the Week 8 contest against the Chicago Bears. Brown figures to be a game-time decision, and with the team's bye coming next week, the Cowboys may play it safe and give him an extra week to rest. The 26-year-old has stepped up as a reliable No. 2 target behind CeeDee Lamb this year, but he's become more unreliable as a fantasy flex option ever since Michael Gallup made his season debut. Brown had a stretch of just two catches for 15 yards in Weeks 5 and 6, but he bounced back last Sunday for five catches and 50 yards. If Brown is inactive, Gallup could actually be worth a flex play, while KaVontae Turpin and Jalen Tolbert will battle for more playing time.

    Oct 28 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Misses Wednesday's Practice

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown (foot) was absent from Wednesday's practice with a foot injury. Brown has been a surprise contributor for the Cowboys this season as they're receiving corps has been somewhat depleted for the majority of the year. Upon quarterback Dak Prescott's return from injury in Week 7, Brown was actually the receiver that garnered the most targets. With the possibility that he misses Week 8, Dallas would be without one of their main pieces in the receiving game. Brown's status is one to monitor as the week progresses.

    Oct 27 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Misses Wednesday's Practice

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown (foot) was listed as a non-participant in Wednesday's practice. After two straight weeks of disappointment in Weeks 5 and 6 (two catches for 15 yards combined), Brown returned to relevance in the Week 7 win over the Detroit Lions with five catches for 50 yards. His production will probably continue to be erratic alongside CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup, but the return of quarterback Dak Prescott is good news for his fantasy value in deeper leagues moving forward. The 26-year-old will need to get back on the practice field later this week, though, to have a chance at playing on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Brown has 25 catches (39 targets) for 339 yards and one touchdown in seven games.

    Oct 26 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Makes Five Catches In Week 7 Win

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown led the team in catches and targets in a Week 7 win, catching five passes for 50 yards on seven targets. With Dak Prescott back under center, the belief was that Brown would slide back down to fourth or fifth in the passing game pecking order, but instead he was the most targeted Cowboy, although he was out-gained by CeeDee Lamb on one less catch. Brown could have some WR4/5 value if he stays this heavily involved, but Michael Gallup figures to eventually catch some footballs too.

    Oct 23 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown On The Fringe Of Fantasy Relevance In Week 7

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown is on the fringe of fantasy relevance in a Week 7 matchup against the Detroit Lions. Brown had some solid weeks to start the season with Cooper Rush at quarterback, but with Michael Gallup already back and Dak Prescott (thumb) expected back this week, Brown is likely to return to his depth role and not see anything close to consistent enough targets to be worth starting in most leagues. If CeeDee Lamb (hip) is forced to miss the game, Brown would have some WR5 value, but otherwise, he can be left on the bench or even dropped to the waiver wire.

    Oct 20 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Catches One Pass In Week 6

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown made just one catch in a Week 6 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Brown was targeted three times, making his one catch for 10 yards. He did catch what looked to be a touchdown in the back corner of the end zone, but further review determined that he did not get both feet down in bounds. Brown flirted with significant fantasy relevance earlier in the season, but with Michael Gallup back and playing ahead of him, Brown has been relegated to more of a support role on the Cowboys offense, leaving him out of fantasy relevance in most formats.

    Oct 17 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Looks To Re-Establish Himself In Week 6

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown got off to a good start to the season with Cooper Rush under center, but has faded quickly since Michael Gallup returned to the lineup. Brown developed legitimate fantasy value early in the season, but cratered in Week 5 with only one catch for five yards. With Gallup and CeeDee Lamb playing well, Brown has worked mostly in a depth role on a team that does not pass the ball very often. He's not much of a fantasy option, falling somewhere in the WR5/6 range.

    Oct 12 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Makes One Catch In Week 5

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown made one catch in a Week 5 win over the Los Angeles Rams, gaining five yards. He was targeted just twice. The Cowboys offense only attempted 16 passes and only completed 10 in a game dominated by their running backs. Brown had some nice fantasy weeks earlier this season, but his usefulness in most formats has run out and won't change much whenever Dak Prescott (thumb) returns.

    Oct 10 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Should Still Be Fantasy Relevant In Week 5

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown should have at least one more week of fantasy league relevance in Week 5. With Cooper Rush expected to start likely one more game in place of the injured Dak Prescott (thumb), the Rush-Brown connection should be on display against the Los Angeles Rams and their 30th ranked defense against wide receivers. CeeDee Lamb remains the alpha WR1 on this team, but Brown and Michael Gallup, who just returned from a torn ACL, should still find plenty of room to get open. Brown has a decent floor but a lower ceiling, making him a WR4 option.

    Oct 5 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Catches Three Passes In A Week 4 Win

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown had another solid performance in a Week 4 win over the Washington Commanders. Brown was targeted six times, catching three passes for 61 yards. He ended up second on the team in targets, catches, and yards, all behind CeeDee Lamb. With Michael Gallup back and Dak Prescott (thumb) expected to join him back on the field in Week 5, Brown could fall back into a support role on the offense.

    Oct 2 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Could Be Less Involved In Week 4

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown could be a bit less involved in the Cowboys offense in a Week 3 game against the Washington Commanders. Brown has been operating as the team's WR2 with Cooper Rush under center, but with Michael Gallup (knee) likely suiting up for Week 4, Brown could be pushed down to the third spot on the wide receiver hierarchy. Brown should still have a decent floor based on his connection with Rush, but his ceiling will mostly evaporate if Gallup is active. Without Gallup, Brown is a WR4 option, but with Gallup, Brown is better left on fantasy benches.

    Sep 28 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Has Another Solid Game In A Week 3 Win

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown was solid once again in a Week 3 win over the New York Giants. Brown was targeted seven times, catching five passes for 54 yards. While it wasn't the career-best game he had in Week 2, this was another strong performance from a guy likely undrafted in many fantasy leagues. With Dak Prescott (thumb) and Michael Gallup (knee) both expected back soon though, Brown's best days may be behind him.

    Sep 27 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Could Be Relevant Again In Week 3

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown could have some fantasy relevance again in a Week 3 game against the New York Giants. Brown has shown excellent chemistry with fill-in quarterback Cooper Rush, who will start once again in Week 3. With Rush under center in Week 2, Brown caught five passes for 91 yards, leading the team in receiving yards for the second week in a row. His five targets were far less than CeeDee Lamb's 11, but Brown was the one able to gain more yards regardless. His fantasy value likely evaporates once Michael Gallup (knee) and Dak Prescott (hand) full return to the offense, but at least for now, Brown looks like a decent WR4 option.

    Sep 21 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Not A Good Week 2 Option

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown is not a great fantasy option in a Week 2 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. Brown ended up leading the Cowboys in receiving yards in Week 1, but it was a lot of garbage time heaves by Cooper Rush that made Brown fantasy relevant. While garbage time and heaves by Rush are likely again in Week 2, Brown is sure to take a back seat to CeeDee Lamb, who will be looking to make up for an awful performance against the Bucs. Brown is a non-zero floor play at best, but most leagues will have better options on the waiver wire.

    Sep 15 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Noah Brown Catches Five Passes In Week 1

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown caught five passes in a Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs. Brown was targeted nine times and came up with a total of 68 yards with his five grabs. He led the team in yards and was only two catches behind Dalton Schultz, which says more about how the Cowboys offense looked in this one than it does about Brown. With Cooper Rush set to lead the Dallas offense for about two months while Dak Prescott (hand) recovers, Brown won't be much more than a deep FLEX dart throw despite his heavy involvement in Week 1.

    Sep 12 · Source via Cowboys Noah Brown
  • Wide Receiver Stats

    SeasonTeamGFPtsFP/GSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2017DAL75.30.810824.02.01.394338.3000-00
    2018DAL67.91.38420.52.01.3855410.8000-00
    2020DAL1622.41.422719.82.11.5231415411.00144.0000
    2021DAL1326.42.030232.62.71.9251618411.5000-00
    2022DAL1058.45.851677.06.64.4442838413.7100-01

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1TBL 3-199.36188.413.09956813.6000-00
    2CINW 20-1717.65285.28.25559118.2100-00
    3@NYGW 23-167.95179.710.97755410.8000-00
    4WASW 25-107.64878.79.86636120.3000-00
    5@LARW 22-101.04276.43.622155.0000-00
    6@PHIL 17-261.56191.04.53311010.0000-00
    7DETW 24-67.55079.411.17755010.0000-01
    10@GBL 28-310.86375.93.633133.0000-00
    11@MINW 40-35.25475.02.82224221.0000-00
    12NYGW 28-200.03445.30.00000-000-00

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2@LACW 20-170.01219.00.00000-000-00
    3PHIW 41-211.42329.91.311199.0000-00
    4CARW 36-280.02133.90.00000-000-00
    5NYGW 44-205.12329.15.14433612.0000-00
    6@NEW 35-295.71820.02.22224723.5000-00
    8@MINW 20-161.21318.12.822177.0000-00
    9DENL 16-300.02539.71.61100-000-00
    10ATLW 43-32.32835.91.31111818.0000-00
    11@KCL 9-190.04262.73.02200-000-00
    12LVL 33-368.36993.212.2996538.8000-00
    13@NOW 27-172.41216.94.2332147.0000-00
    17ARIL 22-250.046.00.00000-000-00
    18@PHIW 51-260.01219.00.00000-000-00
    WCSFL 17-230.01418.90.00000-000-00

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@LARL 17-200.034.20.00000-000-00
    2ATLW 40-393.889.82.42222814.0000-00
    3@SEAL 31-381.42935.42.422199.0000-00
    4CLEL 38-496.32226.84.94444310.8000-00
    5NYGW 37-340.02131.80.00000-000-00
    6ARIL 10-382.52325.82.2222157.5000-00
    7@WASL 3-250.01425.00.00000-000-00
    8@PHIL 9-230.01620.32.52200-000-00
    9PITL 19-240.0811.10.00000-000-00
    11@MINW 31-281.11522.71.511166.0000-00
    12WASL 16-410.01322.00.00000-000-00
    13@BALL 17-345.51113.95.14434013.3000-00
    14@CINW 30-70.0815.70.00000-000-00
    15SFW 41-331.81729.312.17611313.00144.0000
    16PHIW 37-170.01825.70.00000-000-00
    17@NYGL 19-230.011.20.00000-000-00

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