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It's obvious, if a quarterback is playing the New England Patriots, start him.
While the Patriots held Mark Sanchez to only 166 yards passing and two touchdowns last Sunday, they are still every quarterback's favorite matchup.
Unlike Sanchez, Tony Romo is an elite quarterback in the NFL.
Although he threw three second half interceptions in Week 4, Romo still managed to have 331 yards and three touchdowns against a strong Detroit Lions pass defense.
This week, Romo goes against the NFL's 31st ranked pass defense in the Patriots.
While Romo has this week's best matchup, he also might be getting back his best receiver.
According to Josh Ellis of Cowboys.com, wide receiver Miles Austin practiced on Monday for the first time after missing the last two games with an injured hamstring.
If Romo can have Austin back this week, it will force the Patriots to not only account for Austin, but Dez Bryant as well.
Not to mention, Romo also has Jason Witten as another target to throw to.
Start Romo this week as he is sure to post big numbers.