Hasselbeck had an absolutely brutal start against the Cardinals the week before the bye, going 10 for 29 for 112 yards, 0 TD and 1 INT. He's had a week to stew on that, and to let his injured rib heal. He should have a much better week against an average Cowboys pass D. He's not so much a No. 1 fantasy option, but a pretty good bye week or flex option.
Jones had two good games earlier in the year, but had weekly totals of 25 yards and 34 yards before a 5 carry for 5 yard stinker against the Cards the week before the bye. He is no better than a No. 3 fantasy option against his old team.
Housh has had a decent season, but had a lousy game before the bye against the Cardinals, only catching 4 passes for 34 yards. He had his first 100-yard game of the year against the Colts (8 for 103) Week 4 and has 31 catches for 359 yards and 2 TDs on the year. He's a decent No. 2 fantasy option.
Burleson had a rough outing before the bye, only catching 2 balls for 40 yards against the Cardinals. He has 32 catches for 398 yards and is on pace to have his second 1000 yard season and first since 2004. He's a certified No. 2 fantasy WR.
Since a great Week 1, gaining 95 yards and catching 2 TD passes, Carlson has been merely pedestrian. He caught 2 passes for 55 yards against the Cardinals, 42 of those yards coming on a fake punt. He is, at best, a No. 2 fantasy TE and at best, a bye week replacement.
Romo had a huge game against the Falcons, going 21/29 for 311 yards, 3 TD and 0 INT. The game before, against the Chiefs, Romo had a 20/34, 351 yard, 2 TD, 0 INT performance. After a subpar couple of weeks, Romo is back to being a no-doubt-about-it No. 1 fantasy QB, especially against a mediocre Seattle pass D (16th in the NFL).
Barber hasn't been great all year, playing banged up. He had 47 yards on 14 carries against the Falcons, and lost 8 carries to Felix Jones. Still, he's a tough runner and a No. 2 fantasy option against one of the league's top-ranked run Ds.
Jones had 8 carries for 37 yards against the Falcons. He's got No. 1 RB talent but is pinned behind Barber here. His best utility is as a handcuff to Barber, especially as Barber is so often banged up.
Austin had 6 catches for 171 yards against the Falcons, the week after catching 10 balls for a jaw dropping 250 yards. He's a No.2 fantasy guy based on these last two weeks, but may be considered a top tier No. 1 fantasy WR if he keeps going in this direction.
Though 5th in the league amongst TEs with 33 catches, Witten has only 1 TD, and has been disappointing thus far this year. His 5 catches for 54 yards against the Falcons were decent, but certainly owners expect better. He's still a safe top 10 TE and is a good start against the Seahawks.
22nd in yards allowed in the NFL, Dallas' DST had 2 INT, 1 fumble recovery, 4 sacks and a Patrick Crayton punt return TD against the Falcons. They're a decent start against a Seahawks offense that really struggled going into the bye.