Tony Romo limited in Week 11: Fantasy Implications

Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had a rocky day in Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

In Week 11, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was limited by a strong defensive effort by the Cleveland Browns. On Sunday, the Cowboys QB threw only one touchdown and lost a fumble. While he did break 300 yards passing, he had difficulty manifesting points.

We've seen better efforts by Romo against better teams. The Cowboys laid an egg on Sunday and were lucky to escape with a win.

Fantasy Analysis: The best thing about owning Tony Romo in fantasy leagues is that you know he's going to get his chances to make plays. On Sunday, Romo threw the ball 50 times. One would think that he would have thrown more than one touchdown with all of the weapons he has, and against a porous Browns defense.

Romo's performances are hard to predict. His ceiling his high, which is why he is a worthy fantasy start, but he is not a favorable QB to own.

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