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QB Tony Romo
Romo was mostly efficient in the first meeting, throwing for 209 yards and two scores as the Cowboys ran away from the Eagles late. As long as Philadelphia doesn't jump out to a big lead (see: Washington, New York against Cowboys), Romo shouldn't be attempting 60 passes or throwing for over 400 yards. But is another efficient outing from Romo, especially against a struggling secondary, in the cards? Sure.
The Eagles are the NFC's most predictable turnover machine, which makes any defense playing them during a given week a must play. That's become just as true with Nick Foles at the helm. Remember, the Cowboys defense got two return touchdowns and 23 fantasy points against the rookie in Week 10. You can start them with confidence again Sunday night.
WR Dez Bryant
Bryant is starting to grow up in a hurry. In each of the last two weeks, Bryant has caught at least eight passes for 145 yards. He also has four touchdowns over the last three games. Despite another frustrating start to this season, Bryant is becoming safer and safer as a WR1 option.