Tony Romo
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Romo played the majority of the first half on Saturday, completing 5-of-8 passes for 88 yards, two touchdowns and a 139.6 passer rating. (Source: The Dallas Morning News)

Fantasy Impact: He used a spin move to allude pressure and buy time for his second TD pass, while his first score was a 60-yarder to Terrance Williams. "I’m able to drive the ball and push and explode when I’m trying to move and that is a great sign, compared to last year," he said, via Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News.

Category: Game Recaps

Coach Esser | Sep 4th
Romo needs to be super efficient for him to repeat last year's numbers. The Cowboys have surrounded him with a great offensive line and a good running game to help keep him healthy as he struggles with back issues. The lack of attempts has me push him down here.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 4th
Romo was the 11th ranked quarterback, mainly because he threw the ball only 435 times in a run-heavy offense. The biggest concern with him is that he turns 35-years old this year and his back looks like it is not going to be able to take a NFL pounding for much longer. You also have to wonder how this offense looks without RB DeMarco Murray.
Breaking Football | Sep 3rd
Romo can still ball but judging by the 'Boys new philosophy, we can expect a cap on his upside again in 2015. Then again, no Murray could force Romo to throw more again.
RotoBaller | Sep 3rd
We've never gotten the chance to see what Romo can do behind a strong offensive line with a strong group of receivers. If there's any dark horse to enter the top 3 fantasy QBs this year, it's Romo.
Fantasy Couch | Sep 2nd
I expect Romo to put up slightly bigger numbers than he did in 2014
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
With DeMarco Murray gone we should see Tony Romo throw the ball much more than last season. I'm sure the coaches would rather they could run the ball consistently, but the downgrade from Murray to Joseph Randle and Darren McFadden is real. Romo won't be as efficient this season, but the bulk fantasy numbers should go up.
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Offense back on Tony's shoulders with DeMarco Murray out of the picture. Dallas ranked 31st in passing attempts last season.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
Now that we know Bryant is in the fold, Romo should be a pretty solid top 15 QB in 2015.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
Love him or hate him he knows how to throw TDs (over 30 last year) and throws over 3,500 yards fairly consistently. If he can throw those kind of numbers again in 2015 that will put him in the top 10.
Beast Dome | Jul 23rd
By Muntradamus   BEAST DOME NATION.   There you are. Sitting in your draft Room in likely the 6th round […]
RotoBaller | Jul 14th
One of the biggest surprises for fantasy owners last season was the seeming emergence of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo as an elite QB. For years Romo had been a consistently good, occasionally great, gunslinger, but few would have guessed he would have his best fantasy season so late in his career. Yet that is precisely... Read More