Manning is on pace for 5,880 yards and 64 touchdowns this season. Yeah, he's having a nice start to the year.
Moreno picked up 78 yards and a TD on 12 carries last week. He should be started every week.
Hillman makes an impact for the Broncos in real life, but he shouldn't be considered in fanatsy leagues.
Ball had 24 yards on eight carries last week and has clearly taken a back seat to Knowshon Moreno.
Thomas caught nine of his 10 targets for 86 yards and two scores a week ago. He should go off again this week.
Decker must have been the loser in last week's game of rock-paper-scissors. He only had five catches for 88 yards.
Welker had seven catches for 76 yards and two TDs last week. He'll be able to find plenty of room to roam against the Cowboys.
Thomas had just four targets last week, though he did catch them all for 43 yards. He's still a guy you can start reliably, even with all the mouths to feed in Denver.
The Broncos are sometimes too good for Prater, but he should be started with confidence every week.
The Broncos defense hasn't been anything special this year, but it doesn't have to be.
Romo won't measure up to Peyton Manning in this game, but he'll give his owners a nice day in a favorable matchup.
Murray was quieted against the Chargers last week, but he'll be a big factor on Sunday.
Bryant caught two TDs last week and should thrive in this matchup.
Austin missed last week's game, and as of Friday was listed as doubtful with his typical hamstring problems. You can do better.
Brent Celek had a nice game by his standard against the Broncos last week. This is a matchup Witten could exploit.
Bailey is a reliable guy who you should start every week, but there's a chance he doesn't do much this week if the Cowboys fall way behind early and are forced to pass up field goal attempts.
Dallas really struggled against the Chargers and now faces the best offense in the league. Stay far, far away.
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