This might not be the most exciting slate of games for the season, as the football world recovers from the Brett Favre Monday night extravaganza, but they all count the same in fantasy football. In weeks like this, when some of the key players in our world don't have tough matchups, one can say it's even more critical to get a big performance.
Look at Tony Romo, for example. The Kansas City Chiefs are awful. Only four teams have allowed more fantasy points to quarterbacks, and only six have been more helpful to wide receivers. Romo has to go off in this one, right? I ranked him in my top 10, but I admit I'm concerned with his lack of targets to throw to. Roy E. Williams has looked terrible. Give Miles Austin a chance, I say; it couldn't go worse. Romo has thrown one touchdown pass in three games, and we can't pin all the blame on his play. But against the Chiefs, what could go wrong? Well, a lot could. The Dallas Cowboys could run wild. They could struggle. Romo could throw three picks. Romo's fantasy value might be more intact after this weekend if he were playing a good team. Now he'd better do something special, or his value takes a real hit.
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