Romo might not be a slam-dunk QB1 in fantasy but he's awfully close to it. He's thrown for 735 yards with four touchdowns against three interceptions in three games. If you're a Romo owner and not completely sold, save him for the favorable matchups.
Barber was a game-time decision on Monday with a strained quad, but that doesn't mean he's a lock to play in Week 4. Monitor the situation and try to handcuff Barber with Tashard Choice (if you haven't already).
Orton hasn't exactly set the world on fire under center for the Broncos. But his consistency has enabled Denver to sprint out to a surprising 3-0 start. The former Chicago quarterback isn't a fantasy No. 1, though he's a more-than-capable replacement in bye weeks.
It's hard to believe this is the same player who logged nearly 650 yards receiving in 2008. Denver coach Josh McDaniels has managed to phase Scheffler out of the offense almost completely. He's made three catches in three games.