Dan Bailey was 1-for-1 on field goal attempts and converted his only extra point attempt in the Cowboys’ loss to the Eagles.
Bailey has been limited to only a few field goal opportunities over the past few weeks which has diminished his fantasy value. The Cowboys have been scoring touchdowns at will until Thursday night's debacle against the Eagles. He is still a viable fantasy option, but there could be other kickers out there more likely to get 3-4 chances per game. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Jason Witten caught one pass on two targets for eight yards and no touchdowns during the Cowboys’ 33-10 loss to the Eagles.
Witten was only targeted twice in the Cowboys' loss on Thanksgiving and finished the night with highly forgettable stats. He has barely been relevant all season outside of a handful of games, but look for him to be a more active part of the passing game next week against an abysmal Chicago defense. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Cole Beasley caught four passes on seven targets for 41 yards and no touchdowns in the Cowboys’ loss to the Eagles on Thanksgiving.
Once again Beasley was more involved in the Cowboys' offense than Terrance Williams. He had the second most targets from Tony Romo which makes him an intriguing fantasy option going forward. Even still, he is at best a possible flex option and could be a sneaky end of season waiver wire acquisition before your league's playoffs begin. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Dez Bryant caught four passes on seven targets for 73 yards and no touchdowns during Dallas’s 33-10 loss to Philadelphia.
It was a quite night for Bryant and the rest of the Cowboys as he was held in check by Philadelphia's defense. Look for him to bounce back next week against the Bears on Thursday night and then further seek revenge against the Eagles the following week. A motivated Dez Bryant could lead to some huge fantasy numbers over the next two weeks. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
DeMarco Murray carried the ball 20 times for 73 yards and one touchdown against the Eagles. He also caught six passes on six targets for 40 yards.
Murray was held under 100 yards rushing for only the second time all season and it came at the worst time as many fantasy leagues are in the final week of the regular season. He is still an elite player and should rebound nicely against a brutal Chicago defense next Thursday night. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Tony Romo completed 18 of 29 passes for 199 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions in the Cowboys’ loss to the Eagles on Thursday.
Romo followed up his best game of the season last week against the Giants with his worst game of the season on Thanksgiving. The Eagles' defense had answers for everything Dallas did and Romo was held without a touchdown pass and under 200 yards. Despite the poor performance, the Cowboys will have a favorable matchup next Thursday against the Bears' awful defense so stick with Romo in your lineup. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile