CASEY TEETERSHONOLULU, HI
It may be too early to say this, but it finally seems like Claiborne is showing those skills that got him drafted No. 6 overall. Do you agree? And if so, what do you think the chances are that he's still a Cowboy next year?
Bryan: Claiborne has been playing well these first three weeks and that's a credit to him. It is too early, but there is a side of me right now that believes Claiborne will look for a fresh start. He has taken a beating here and I am sure that will play into his decision.
David:It's way too early to speculate on that. Claiborne has been good these first three weeks, but good enough to merit a new contract? I'm not sure. And if he's finally playing up to his potential, why wouldn't he wait to see what the open market has to offer? If I had to guess, I'd say he plays elsewhere in 2016. But you never know.
JOHN BUIORANGE, CA
Is there a reason Escobar didn't or won't receive a bigger role in the receiving game?
Bryan: There were snaps where he was open in the Atlanta game and Brandon Weeden just couldn't locate him. He works hard and prepares, but to be honest – Witten and Hanna are more important to this offense in the overall game. There will be a game or two where he makes a key play because that what he does but to get a bigger role – that's just not happening.
David:As has been the case here for a while, I think it just makes it hard when you're sharing reps with a Hall of Famer. Jason Witten caught six passes for 65 yards last week, and that was with two sprained knees and a sprained ankle – so it's hard to justify more snaps for Escobar. I thought he stood to benefit as a red zone target while Dez Bryant sat out, but it hasn't worked out like that yet.