Cowboys WR Amari Cooper says he has more passion in Dallas Three takeaways from the Cowboys’ upset of the Saints Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley suffered a sprained foot in Thursday’s upset of the Saints, and the team is hoping the extra time off before the Cowboys’ next game will provide Beasley the time he needs to recover and not miss any action.Dallas beat the Saints 13-10, pinning New Orleans with only its second loss of the season. Beasley had two receptions for 9 yards and suffered the injury on a reception in the third quarter. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told reporters Friday the team is “hopeful that it’s not going to be a long-term thing.” Beasley has 48 receptions for a team-high 468 yards. He is second on the team in receptions to running back Ezekiel Elliott (53). Related News Because the Cowboys played Thursday night, they won’t play again until Dec. 9 against the Eagles in a key NFC East showdown. The Cowboys (7-5) are in first place in the division, just ahead of the Redskins (6-5) and Eagles (5-6). Washington and Philadelphia play each other Monday night.A source told the Dallas News that Beasley may be able to play against the Eagles, calling his status week-to-week.