Washington vs. Dallas Preview

Washington vs. Dallas Preview

Washington (4-6) vs. Dallas (5-5) – 3:15 p.m.

Redskins:

Robert Griffin III: The dynamic rookie was at it again last week and he played the perfect game (in terms of quarterback ranking). He won't put those numbers up again, but he has shown the ability to put up solid fantasy statistics on a regular basis.

Alfred Morris:
For the first time in a month, Morris topped the 20 carry mark last week against Philadelphia. He is on the heels of back-to-back 76 yard performances and will likely see 20 carries and approach 100 yards against the Cowboys.

Santana Moss: Moss has two catches over the past two games. Although one was a 61 yard bomb for a touchdown.

Logan Paulsen: After three solid performances before the bye, Paulsen caught only one pass last week for 17 yards. The good news for owners who started him is it was for a touchdown.

DST: Only 5.9 percent of ESPN league owners have the Redskins. That should tell you something. Dallas will move the ball and see if the Redskins defense breaks not bends.

Kal Forbath:
Since emerging on the scene in week six against the Vikings, Forbath has been a perfect 9-for-9 in the field goal department.

Cowboys:

Tony Romo: If Romo doesn't get killed due to a banged up offensive line, he should have a solid fantasy day. Add to that no running game and the pieces are in place for a 300+ yard performance. He has thrown for over 300 yards in three of his last four games including at Atlanta and a monster 437 yard performance against the Giants.

Felix Jones: Jones will get the start against the Redskins due to DeMarco Murray's injury. That doesn't mean he should start for you.

Miles Austin: Start Austin with confidence! The fantasy points should be plentiful on Thanksgiving.

Dez Bryant: See Austin. The Skins are 29th in the league against the pass. He was just targeted 15 times which means a Happy Thanksgiving for Dez and his trouble posse.

Jason Witten: Witten is a solid play this week for the reasons mentioned with the receivers. Only three teams have given up an average of double-digit fantasy points to tight ends this season. Guess what? Washington is one of them. He has caught at least six passes in every game since week four. This one won't be any different.

DST:
RGIII is the x-factor. Yards can be gained against these Cowboys and Griffin is the guy to do it.

Dan Bailey:
Bailey is 19-for-21 on field goals and is a solid fantasy producer.

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