Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is still listed on the injury report with a rib injury and is officially deemed as probable for the match up with the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Romo will undoubtedly make the start, but his rib injury shouldn't effect him very much in this game. Last week against the Seattle Seahawks, Romo didn't need to have a pain-killing injection for the first time since his initial injury.
Romo has throw for 5 touchdowns the past three weeks and he'll be going against a Buffalo Bills defense that struggles to stop the pass and rush the passer. Romo's weapons will be limited however, as he'll likely be without wide receiver Miles Austin. Romo should be starting in your line up, unless you've got a Top 5 quarterback also on your roster.