The Dallas Cowboys offense has been humming through the first two weeks of the 2023 NFL season.
They are leading the league in points, averaging 35 points per game.
The Cowboys have outscored their opponents 70-10 and shut out the New York Giants during their opening weekend.
But as potent as their offense has been, not all of them are getting touches and equal opportunity in the offense.
This includes wide receiver Michael Gallup, who shared his thoughts on the situation.
“If we keep getting that W, it really don’t matter to me. If you throw me the ball, I’m going to make him right. If he don’t, and we still win, I’m good. … I just enjoy being out there. It’s been fun for me,” wide receiver Michael Gallup shared with Cowboys reporter for The Athletic Jon Machota.
Cowboys WR Michael Gallup: “If we keep getting that W, it really don’t matter to me. If you throw me the ball, I’m going to make him right. If he don’t, and we still win, I’m good. … I just enjoy being out there. It’s been fun for me.”
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) September 22, 2023
While the Cowboys remain perfect after two games, Gallup only has two catches for 13 yards.
Even KaVontae Turpin and Jalen Tolbert have more receiving yards than him.
Brandin Cooks did not play in Week 2 but still has more receiving yards than Gallup.
At this rate, Gallup is on pace for a disappointing year in the stat column.
Conversely, CeeDee Lamb has stamped his case as the Cowboys’ leading receiver with 220 yards in two games.NEXT: Nathaniel Hackett Has An Honest Admission About Micah Parsons