The Cowboys have been the friendliest defense to opposing quarterbacks, allowing 30.8 fantasy points per game. Even if that number is a bit skewed by Petyon Manning, RGIII is a good play this week.
Owners should expect a nice game from Morris this week, as Dallas has allowed the 12-most fantasy points per game to running backs this year.
I expect Robert Griffin III to thrive against Dallas, and Garcon will be on the receiving end of a lot of that.
Hankerson doesn't play enough of a role in this average offense to be on anyone's radar.
Moss will jump up and surprise you every now and again, but not enough to consider in fantasy leagues.
Reed could step into the void left by Fred Davis and provide Robert Griffin III with a decent option in the middle of the field.
Paulsen should have a decent role in the offense, but he's not worthy of fantasy consideration.
The Redskins don't do enough scoring to make Forbath worth considering in fantasy leagues.
You saw what the Cowboys did to the Broncos, right? Expect something similar here.
Romo won't measure up to Peyton Manning in this game, but he'll give his owners a nice day in a favorable matchup.
Dallas passed early and often against Denver last week, but Murray still gave his owners a TD. He'll give them more this week against the porous Washington defense.
Six catches, 141 yards, two TDs. Rinse, wash, repeat.
Williams stepped into the void created by Miles Austin and went off for 151 yards and a TD. He's worth owning, and could even be a sneaky play this week if Austin is out again.
Witten had a monster day against the Broncos last week. It's hard to picture the Redskins doing much better against him.
Bailey put up 10 points against the Broncos last week and should be in line for even bigger things against the Redskins.
It wasn't just last week. This is not really a defense you should consider with any consistency.
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