Josh Norman during Week 1. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

One of the biggest questions leading up to Sunday’s Redskins-Cowboys game at FedEx Field was whether Washington defensive coordinator Joe Barry would ask cornerback Josh Norman to shadow Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant.

Numerous analysts criticized Washington for not having Norman shadow Antonio Brown in the Redskins’ 38-16 loss to the Steelers on Monday, but NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo reported Sunday morning that the Redskins will stick with their coverage plan from Week 1. That means Norman will primarily be responsible for locking down the left side of the field, while Bashaud Breeland, who was beaten by Brown on multiple occasions, will occasionally line up opposite Bryant on the right side.

Norman made it clear to ESPN’s Ed Werder that he’s plenty comfortable in his role, and dared receivers to visit him in his “office.”

“My office is on the left side, hours are 1 to 4,” Norman said. “You can make an appointment, check in and I will see about you.”

Barry defended the decision not to have Norman shadow Brown earlier this week.

“Our plan, we felt comfortable with our plan because we thought a number of our corners had a great offseason, and we felt a number of our corners had a great training camp,” he said. “So we were confident in our plan, we were confident with Josh or Bree covering. And we still are.”