Quarterback Tony Romo led the Cowboys to an impressive come-from-behind win over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 9. He found receiver Dwayne Harris in the end zone with less than a minute to go and threw for over 300 yards passing for just the third time this season. Romo exploited the Vikings' inexperienced cornerbacks throughout the contest.
If last year's December game against the Saints is any indication, Romo is a good bet to throw for over 300 yards in Week 10. A lot of those yards will go to his top receiver, Dez Bryant. Bryant was held out of the end zone last week, but last year against New Orleans he caught nine passes for 224 yards and a pair of touchdowns. To say the least, fantasy owners should start both Romo and Bryant on Sunday.
New Orleans Saints
After starting the season with five straight wins, the Saints have lost their last two games. Quarterback Drew Brees was able to post his second-highest yard total of the season against the New York Jets in Week 9. He was sacked and intercepted twice in the game, though, and the Jets defense limited the Saints to 20 points. It was just the second time this season Brees and the boys have scored 20 points or less in a game.
The good news for fantasy owners is that tight end Jimmy Graham is still as good as it gets, despite the fact that he's dealing with ongoing foot issues. The chances of Graham finding the end zone against the Cowboys in Week 10 are pretty good, given the fact neither the Cowboys nor the Saints shy away from throwing the ball down the field. Graham may not post the yard totals most fantasy owners are used to because of his nagging injuries, but there is no doubt he's the number one target for the Saints in the red zone.