Romo piled up 317 yards against the Eagles, but had just one touchdown against two interceptions. The Lions are 15th in the league in fantasy points allowed per game to quarterbacks.
It sounds like Murray will suit up after missing last week's game with a sprained knee. If he plays, I'd feel good about starting him. It's hard to imagine the Cowboys starting the famously fragile back if he were at serious risk to get re-injured.
With DeMarco Murray likely making his return from a sprained knee this week, you should only play Randle if desperate.
Bryant caught eight passes for 110 yards last week, but did not find the end zone. He's 10th in the league with 569 yards.
Williams caught a touchdown for his third consecutive game, and should be started confidently this week.
Austin has been passed on the depth chart by Terrance Williams and should not be trusted in fantasy leagues.
Witten had just four catches for 48 yards last week, his second straight down game. He's too good to be slowed for long.
Bailey made his only field goal attempt last week, and is 11-for-13 on the season.
The Cowboys once again held down a strong offense, limiting the Eagles to three points and 278 total yards. I still wouldn't trust them in Detroit, though.
Stafford had a monster game against the Bengals, throwing for 357 yards and three TDs. Dallas has allowed the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks this season, so feel confident starting Stafford.
The Lions continue to feed Bush as a runner, giving him 20 carries last week even though he picked up just 50 yards. That's a great sign for his owners.
Bell had a larger role last week than he had at any point since Reggie Bush's return, but it still wasn't enough to move the needle.
Calvin got back to being Calvin last week, catching nine passes for 155 yards and two TDs. He'll keep that going against Dallas.
Durham got eight more targets last week, and looks to have a steady role in this offense. He could be a sneaky play with six teams on bye this week and next week.
With Tony Scheffler out of town, there should be more work in store for Fauria this week.
Pettigrew got seven targets a week ago, but caught just three for an almost-impossible seven yards. Teammate Joseph Fauria is the fantasy tight end in Detroit you want.
Akers went 1-for-2 on field goal attempts last week. It was his third miss of the season.
The Lions barely showed up last week, sacking Andy Dalton once and not forcing a turnover. This is another stay-away game when it comes to this defense.
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