The Steelers and Cowboys both have a lot on the line in Sunday's showdown. There should be plenty of offense to go around and fantasy owners could be looking at using one of multiple players in this game. The semifinals are here for most leagues, so owners will need all the help they can get from these two rosters. In order to help you set the best lineup for this crucial playoff week, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.
The Steelers needed Ben Roethlisberger, but nobody needed him back more than Mike Wallace. 60 Minutes went off last week and his owners will be hoping he can parlay that with another big game in a dome. He should be viewed as a WR2 and going up against Morris Claiborne should be fun.
Mike Tomlin said Jonathan Dwyer should keep his role as the main cog in the running game, but the Steelers might lean more on their aerial attack. Dwyer is more of a flex this week and his between-the-tackles style might not translate against Dallas. Although, they're extremely thin at linebacker.
All eyes will be on Dez Bryant's finger and it sounds like he's going to play. The better news is that he has an early afternoon game, so owners won't have to worry about sweating it out over a game-time decision. He should be starting as long as he's active.
An active Dez also looks good for Romo. The Steelers have a solid run D, so the pass-happy Cowboys should feel right at home. DeMarco Murray may still be used in the passing game and it should be interesting to see if he can turned 15 or so carries into some production.