Sunday's matchup features two of the top scoring teams in the league, the only two quarterbacks in the NFC with over 2,000 passing yards, two Pro Bowl receivers and a ton of other weapons.
When it comes to the Fantasy Football matchups in this one, start them if you’ve got them.
Tony Romo, QB, Start: Romo has cooled off considerably since that 50-point performance against Denver three weeks ago. He’s scored 10 and 14 Fantasy points, respectively, the last two weeks. That could be worrisome to some Romo owners if he wasn’t playing a Lions defense that allowed five touchdown passes and a total of 52 Fantasy points in the last two weeks.
DeMarco Murray, RB, Start: This will have to be monitored as the week goes by. Murray didn’t play last week because of a knee injury and has been limited in practice. If he plays, he’s a pretty good No. 2 or flex option having scored a touchdown in each of his last two games.
Dez Bryant, WR, Start: Bryant is really one of those players who’s become a must-start every week he’s healthy. He’s scored more than 20 Fantasy points three separate times this year and is facing a Lions secondary ranked 28th vs. the pass.
Jason Witten, TE, Sit: Witten has struggled some this year, scoring in double digits just twice (vs. Broncos and Giants). The Lions have allowed just one touchdown this year to the tight end position and that was last week vs. Cincinnati.
Terrence Williams, WR, Start: He’s a name not a lot of people are talking about but could be a great pickup in your league if he’s still available. The rookie out of Baylor played a career-high 59 snaps last week and has scored a touchdown in three-straight games.
Dan Bailey, K, Start: He might be a nice option this week if you’re kicker is on the bye. The Lions have given up the fourth-most Fantasy points to kickers over the last month.