Michael Lombardi of the National Football Post observes:
"Patrick Crayton has gone down faster than any player I’ve seen in a very long time. He has no juice left in his legs, appears to have lost his quickness and doesn’t show any skills that make him tough to cover. He’s easily covered by any team’s fourth of fifth corner right now.
Maybe things will change after the bye week — but I doubt it. These are flaws that are hard to change during the season and are easily attacked by good opponents."
Miles Austin could possibly take Crayton's starting spot - or at least split snaps - once Roy Williams returns to the starting lineup.