- Tony Romo (DAL) - Romo is definitely going to be a good one, even if the Boys lost a crazy game. He completed 24 of 36 passes for 284 yards, 2 TDs and 0 INTs. He and T.O. hooked up 7 times for 76 yards and a TD, which means that TO has now topped 100 yards or scored in all 3 games with Romo. Plus, it could have been a lot better had TO caught a sure 50+ yard TD bomb. Romo has topped 275 yards in both starts and is completing 66.7% of his passes. He is ready to be a weekly play as long as he keeps looking like this.
- Damon Huard (KC) - Continued his brilliant play in place of the injured Trent Green. He was 10 of 15 for 148 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs. He has thrown for multiple TDs in 4 of his 6 starts and is not a bad fill in starter if you are ravaged by injuries right now..
- 1. Anthony Thomas (BUF) - With Willis McGahee out with a rib injury, the A-Train stepped up with an impressive performance. He carried the ball 20 times for 95 yards and a TD (his 2nd on the year, 1 more than McGahee). Since it looks like McGahee will miss a couple of weeks with a broken rib, A-Train looks like a solid #2 fantasy back as a fill in starter.
- 2. Maurice Morris (SEA) - Morris had his best game of the season on the heels of the news that Shaun Alexander is still not ready to go and might not be for a couple more weeks. He carried the ball 30 times for a career high 138 yards against the Raiders on Monday Night and has a pretty easy schedule over the next few weeks. The Hawks play St. Louis at home in week 10, travel to SF in week 11 and then get Green Bay in week 12, which is very nice for people needing to use Morris as a #2 back/flex option.
- 1. Matt Jones (JAC) - Jones led the Jags in receiving for the 2nd straight week with 3 catches for 66 yards. He also narrowly missed a TD when it was deflected and he just couldn't hold on. He will be a good #3 fantasy WR down the stretch.
- 2. Mike Furrey (DET) - Furrey continued his solid play with 4 catches for 72 yards. He was the target of a couple red zone passes and is very involved for the Lions.
- 1. Chris Cooley (WAS) - Cooley has now scored in 3 straight games and is really re-asserting himself as a weapon in their RZ pass attack. He led the team with 3 catches for 66 yards, including the 18 yard score. He is a solid every week starting fantasy TE.
- 1. Jason Hanson (DET) - Went 3 for 3 on the day and now has 7 FGAs in his last 3 games. As this offense continues to improve, Hanson will get more and more opportunities. He is a solid waiver wire addition for the stretch run.
- 1. Jags D (JAC) - The Jags absolutely dominated this game and only gave up a TD in garbage time. They forced three turnovers and never let the Titans QB Vince Young get into any kind of a rhythm. They are especially good at home and should be in your lineups next week.
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