Dan Bailey was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts and converted all four of his extra point attempts in the Cowboys’ 34-31 win over the Rams on Sunday.
Bailey remained perfect for the season in field goal attempts and has been a solid contributor of points for fantasy GM's. The Cowboys have had little trouble moving the ball so Bailey should continue seeing several field goal attempts per game. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Jason Witten caught four passes on five targets for 49 yards and no touchdowns during the Cowboys’ 34-31 victory over St. Louis.
Future Hall of Fame tight end Jason Witten has still not found the end zone in 2014. His targets are down this year based primarily on the fact that Dallas has run the ball so frequently and successfully thus far. Be patient with Witten as he will eventually get his catches and touchdowns. But if you are desperate for production out of your tight end position, then look on the waiver wire for a quick fix. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Terrance Williams caught two passes on three targets for 32 yards and one touchdown during Dallas’ 34-31 win over St. Louis.
Despite only being targeted three times, Terrance Williams caught another touchdown pass in the Cowboys win over St. Louis. It is somewhat concerning that he isn't much of a factor in Dallas's offense, but he does make his targets count. Williams is still a solid WR3 or Flex option because Dallas does have a suspect defense and tends to play in high scoring games. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Dez Bryant caught six passes on seven targets for 89 yards and one touchdown during the Cowboys’ 34-31 victory against the Rams on Sunday.
Dez Bryant continues to put up elite statistics with another big game including a long touchdown catch in the Cowboys' comeback win against the Rams. He is still Tony Romo's primary target even though Dallas has become more reliant on their running game which is now a strength. Dez is one of the most reliable players in the league for fantasy production on a weekly basis. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Demarco Murray carried the ball 24 times for 100 yards and one touchdown against the Rams on Sunday. He also had four receptions on four targets for 31 yards along with a lost fumble.
Murray has run for at least 100 yards and a touchdown in his first three games of the season. He has been the beneficiary of the Cowboys' new and improved offensive line which looks like it will be the team's strength for many years to come. There is some cause for concern with Murray's propensity for fumbling, but he is not in any danger of losing carries. Murray is providing elite production and should continue to do so as long as he stays healthy. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Tony Romo completed 18 of 23 passes for 217 yards with two touchdowns and one interception against the Rams on Sunday.
Romo was very efficient in the Cowboys' comeback win against the Rams. He still hasn't dynamic fantasy statistics yet, but that is as a result of DeMarco Murray running the ball so well through the first three games. Romo is still a solid fantasy option, but our expectations for him may have to be lowered if Dallas continues to be so successful running the ball. Analyst: Michael A. Stein View Profile
Cowboys LB Rolando McClain (groin) is inactive on Sunday.
Had to see this coming as McClain did not practice this week because of the strained groin he suffered in week two's game. This is a big blow for people that play in IDP leagues because McClain is good player in that format. Analyst: Mark Kaplan View Profile