220 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 1 INTThe Vikings are allowing just 185 yards per game passing, but it'd be hard to bench Romo a week after throwing for a career-high 406 yards in Sunday's loss. Romo is safe to deploy on a weekly basis, they he may not have his best performance this week.
30 rush yardsBarber has yet to get going this season, and now looks to have been transplanted by Felix Jones as the top back. Dallas will continue to be a pass-first offense with Tony Romo and talented corps of receivers, making Barber a fantasy afterthought.
2 rec, 10 rec yards, 70 rush yards, 1 rush TDJones was given a much bigger role last Sunday and thrived, carrying 15 times for 109 yards and catching four passes. If Jones continues to see around 20 touches a game, he could become the back worth owning from the Cowboys' backfield. Still, Jones has yet to score this season.
7 rec, 90 yards, 1 TDWhat else is there to say about Austin? He went over 140 yards receiving for the third time this season against a strong secondary and should be started on a weekly basis, regardless of matchup.
4 rec, 50 yardsWilliams had another good day receiving last week, with six receptions for 87 yards and a touchdown. It's difficult to tell whether he will stay a consistent producer in Dallas, especially with so many other options, but for now he is a safe starter.
4 rec, 30 yardsRib and ankle injuries have slowed down Bryant the past two weeks, as well as his production. Until he is 100 percent, he should not be relied upon for fantasy purposes if at all possible.
5 rec, 40 yardsFantasy-wise, Witten had his best game of the season last week with five receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown. He is still too inconsistent for being what many thought was one of the best fantasy tight ends in the league.
2 PATs, 1 FGBuehler is just 6-for-9 on field goals in four games this season. He is earning kicking opportunities at a consistent clip, but the misses are really starting to hurt fantasy owners.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThe Cowboys have been a middle-of-the-road defense in every aspect this season and have to face Adrian Peterson, Randy Moss and Brett Favre this week. There should be a better starting option on waivers.
215 pass yards, 1 pass TDBetween the elbow and the rain it's hard to blame Favre for being so pedestrian last week. He isn't as bad as he looked at times. Still, if he can develop a rapport with Randy Moss, Favre could bounce back.
3 rec, 20 rec yards, 100 rush yards, 1 rush TDPeterson was held to just 88 yards rushing against a tough Jets front that was geared to stop the run in the rain. He should bounce back against a mediocre Cowboys run defense giving up 102 yards per game.
4 rec, 75 yards, 1 TDAfter just a few days of practice with the Vikings, Moss was targeted often by Brett Favre, catching four passes for 81 yards and a touchdown on a rain-soaked evening. He should continue to develop a rapport with his QB and return to his productive self.
4 rec, 70 yardsHarvin benefitted greatly with Randy Moss drawing attention. He often found himself wide open in the middle of the field where he was able to showcase his speed. Harvin could thrive the rest of season with a legitimate deep threat on the roster.
1 rec, 10 yardsBerrian did not have a pass thrown his way during last Sunday's lost to the Jets. With the addition of Randy Moss, Berrian's fantasy value has taken a significant hit.
4 rec, 40 yardsShiancoe had just two receptions last week but he did receive seven targets, so it appears his status wasn't affected too much by Randy Moss' arrival. Shiancoe just needs his Hall-of-Fame quarterback to find some consistency.
2 PATsWith the Vikings' offense sputtering much more than expected, Longwell has just three field-goal attempts this season. Minnesota should move the ball much better against Dallas, but no one would blame you for dropping Longwell.
3 sacks, 1 INTMinnesota's pass defense is allowing 185 yards per game but will be challenged by the Tony Romo and the Cowboys. There may be better D/ST options available this week.