Tony Romo racks up fantasy points in comeback mode against Redskins

Tom Pennington

Tony Romo threw for huge numbers in his Week 12 loss. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Cowboys found themselves down 28-3 heading into halftime, so Tony Romo stayed busy throughout the entire second half. He completed 37 of 62 passes for 441 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions against the Redskins on Thanksgiving.

Romo managed to bring Dallas within a touchdown in the fourth quarter, padding his stats along to the way.

Fantasy Impact: Romo's owners might have turned the game off before the second half even kicked off, but he managed to finish with another solid fantasy day as he racked up the yardage down the stretch. The Cowboys defense had no answer for RG3, leaving Romo to constantly throw the ball in the attempt of a comeback.

He may not lead his team to victory, but win/loss records don't hurt your fantasy lineup. Romo should be in for another solid outing against the Eagles embarrassing defense next week.

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