Bradford had a big day against Atlanta, but it was largely thanks to 55 pass attempts. He won't get that opportunity against Dallas.
Richardson ran for just 35 yards on 10 carries against the Falcons, although he did have a couple of nice runs negated by penalties. I don't trust him as a fantasy starter.
Givens caught five balls for 105 yards against the Falcons and could take advantage of a Dallas secondary that struggled with the Giants Week 1.
Austin had a whopping 12 targets last week, though he caught just six passes for 47 yards. Still, it was encouraging to see Sam Bradford throw him the ball so often.
Cook may have only caught one pass last week, but he had six targets. He's always going to be one of the focal points of this offense.
Jeff Fisher trusts his big-legged kicker in situations where other kickers cannot come through. That'll show up with his three field goals against Dallas.
The Rams defense showed why last week it's nothing more than a matchup play. Avoid it against the Cowboys.
Romo was likely feeling the effects of a rib injury suffered Week 1 in his average performance a week ago. I expect him to bounce back against the Rams.
The Chiefs shut Murray down, but that defense is looking like one of the better units in the league. The Rams haven't been tested on the ground yet, but Murray will give them all they can handle.
Bryant didn't show any lingering effects of a foot injury, racking up nine catches, 141 yards and a TD against the Chiefs.
It's going to be tough to count on Austin as a weekly starter. Instead, you should play him in beneficial matchups. This is not one of those matchups.
Everyone is going to have a down week here and there. The good news is that Witten was still a huge part of the offense, getting eight targets last week.
Bailey drilled two kicks from beyond 50 yards last week. His big leg, combined with the Dallas offense, makes him a great fantasy kicker.
After forcing six turnovers Week 1, Dallas sacked Alex Smith four times last week. This looks like the type of defense owners may be able to count on week after week.
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