Cowboys vs. Redskins: Fantasy football projections Tony Romo, Dez Bryan and Robert Griffin III

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We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 16 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins.

The last game of the year is a big one. The Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys will face off with the winner taking home the NFC East. In order to help you set the optimal playoff lineup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys offense is hitting on all cylinders. Tony Romo lost against Drew Brees in a shootout, but chances are his fantasy owners got a huge leg up in their matchup. Dez Bryant had the best game of the season by any player in PPR leagues and there's no indication that his hand is hurt, despite what the X-ray says.

DeMarco Murray also looks like he could be busy with the Skins likely preparing to stop the pass.

Washington Redskins

Robert Griffin III has been a revelation this year and his owners will be licking their chops to start him against Dallas. RG3 lit up the Cowboys with four TDs on Thanksgiving and things should go well for him again. Alfred Morris is also a must-start player.

Things get interesting in the WR department. RG3 doesn't have a go-to guy, so there's plenty of risk to starting Pierre Garcon or Santana Moss. Garcon still looks like a WR2 while Moss is an OK WR3.

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