Reliant Stadium | Sunday, September 26 | 1:00 p.m. EST (FOX)
Pick: Texans 27, Cowboys 24
270 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 2 INTRomo hasn't put up spectacular numbers yet, though a beat-up offensive line hasn't done him any favors. In time he should produce at his normal, high level.
50 rush yardsHe's the lesser half of a timeshare and the Cowboys are way more talented in the receiving corps. He'd be a much better option if Marion Barber succumbed to injury, though that would assume that Jones doesn't get hurt first.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 40 rush yards, 1 rush TDHe is still splitting carries with Felix Jones so he's still only worth starting consideration in deep leagues or if you are in a bind.
10 rec, 100 yards, 1 TDAustin blew up during the second half of last season, and has kept pace so far in 2010's early-goings. He warrants a start every week.
4 rec, 60 yards, 1 TDBryant is pushing Roy Williams as the No. 2 receiver, though as long as the Cowboys stay pass-happy, both receivers can produce.
3 rec, 35 yardsHe is listed as second on the depth chart, though so far it seems as if Dez Bryant is at least on par. Williams is one of the first options in the red zone but won't see enough targets to be a reliable starter.
4 rec, 45 yardsWitten is a question mark for Week 3 so watch the injury reports. He has stayed in to block while helping an ailing offensive line, so his numbers haven't taken off. As soon as the Cowboys get healthy, Witten's production should improve.
3 PATs, 1 FGBuehler has come on strong in his first year starting, showing off a big leg with accuracy. On a top-tier offense he could be one of the best kickers in fantasy right now.
1 sack, 1 INT, 1 FumbleMatt Schaub, Andre Johnson and Arian Foster are a nightmare trio even against good defenses. Stay away from the Dallas this week.
285 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 1 INTThere's a lot to like about this matchup. Both teams will have to throw to keep pace with the other, and Schaub could put up substantial numbers.
3 rec, 30 rec yards, 80 rush yards, 1 rush TDHe was the darling of the fantasy football world in Week 1, and had another solid outing against the Redskins. Still, the Cowboys' defensive front held opponents to just six rushing touchdowns last season.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 20 rush yardsSlaton is clearly No. 2 behind Arian Foster. Unless Foster gets hurt, Slaton's biggest impact will come on the occasional third down.
6 rec, 110 yards, 1 TDSame as always, Johnson is a must-start every week as arguably the best wide receiver in the league.
4 rec, 50 yardsWalter had a huge game last week, taking advantage of Andre Johnson's brief absence with an ankle injury. Matt Schaub threw 52 passes against the Redskins, so there are plenty of targets to go around.
3 rec, 40 yardsJones and Kevin Walter continue to jockey for receptions behind Andre Johnson. Last week it was Walter with the big day, but both targets can produce on a weekly basis.
3 rec, 35 yardsDaniels should continue to see limited snaps as he gets used to playing on his knee. Until he's back at full health, he isn't worth fantasy consideration.
3 PATs, 2 FGsIn what could be a shoot out, Rackers will have plenty of field goal and PAT chances.
2 sacks, 2 INT, 2 FumblesThe Cowboys will throw a ton, so the interception opportunities will be there. Of course, Houston could give up a ton of points too.
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