Noah Brown has actually performed admirably in his chance as the team's WR2, ranking 17th in yards per route run (2.5 YPRR) amongst 60 qualifying wide receivers through two weeks. Regardless of who is behind him, CeeDee Lamb should be the focal point of the offense throughout the year.
Gallup has been trending toward an early return ever since the team didn't put him on the PUP list. After being inactive the first two weeks, Gallup appears to be heading toward playing in Week 3. He'll be a welcome return to the offense that has Cooper Rush at QB. Gallup should slide in as the team's WR2 behind Lamb, with Brown as the WR3. Gallup could be one some kind of pitch count his first week back, especially with Rush having a nice connection with Brown. Continue to stay updated on Gallup's status as the week goes on. Unfortunately for owners, Gallup and the Cowboys are at the Giants on Monday night.
In all likelihood, Gallup will need at least another week before he gets into a game, the tweet went on to say. Brown should see an increased role again, but with Dak Prescott out and Cooper Rush in, the Cowboys offense likely takes a big step back in terms of fantasy production.
Gallup avoided the PUP list which means the team sees him coming back before Week 4. Owner Jerry Jones said if Week 1 was the Super Bowl, Gallup would probably be able to play. As a result, many speculate he's close to returning, but most reports have him out for Week 1, possibly Week 2 as well. When he's back, he'll be the WR2 behind Lamb, and for now Tolbert and Brown will pick up the slack.