Romo toughed through a rib injury to throw for 263 yards and two touchdowns. It wasn't a terribly efficient performance, as he got just 5.4 YPA. He's expected to start this week.
Murray quietly racked up 125 yards from scrimmage against the Giants last Sunday night, running for 4.3 yards per carry. He'll score his first touchdown of the season on Sunday.
Bryant rolled his ankle late in Sunday's win over the Giants, resulting in a foot injury that has him on the early injury report. He is expected to play.
Austin was a PPR beast last week, catching 10 passes for 72 yards. He'll have an even better day Sunday, finding the end zone against the Chiefs.
Witten caught eight passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns, starting 2013 where 2012 ended. The Chiefs will manage to keep him out of the end zone this week.
Bailey had a great fantasy day Week 1, making three field goals and three extra points. He won't get those same opportunities against the Chiefs.
The Cowboys did what a Monte Kiffin defense usually does: force turnovers. They had six takeaways and two touchdowns, and looked like the type of opportunistic defense worth starting regularly in fantasy leagues.
Smith was steady if not spectacular against the Jaguars, going 21-of-34 for 173 yards and two touchdowns. The real-life upgrade he represents for the Chiefs won't necessarily translate in fantasy leagues.
Charles was on his way to a big day before leaving with a quad injury. He finished with exactly 100 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown, but the best news came after the game when his quad injury was deemed minor.
Davis carried the ball just four times for 12 yards. Short of a Jamaal Charles injury, he's nothing more than a handcuff.
Bowe disappointed his owners Week 1, with just four receptions for 30 yards. He'll get on track in a big way this week.
Avery caught only two passes, but he made one of them count, finding the end zone from five yards out. He wont be able to count on that every week, though.
McCluster had a very typical McCluster game Week 1, catching three passes for 43 yards. He could be a bench guy in full PPR leagues, but that's it.
Fasano had just two catches for eight yards against the Jaguars. He won't tick up much from that this week.
Succop didn't get a chance to attempt any field goals last week, but that will change in a big way against the Cowboys.
The Chiefs defense absolutely dominated the Jaguars, not allowing a point, sacking Blaine Gabbert six times and forcing two turnovers. It won't be quite so easy against Dallas.
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