Tony Romo didn't exactly create fantasy fireworks on Sunday, but he was able to put together a solid performance for fantasy owners. Romo finished Week 12 with 250 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Romo didn't exactly spread the ball around throughout the afternoon. He targeted wide receiver Dez Bryant 16 times. His second-most targeted player was tight end Jason Witten, who accounted for both of Romo's passing touchdowns.
Romo managed a game-winning drive as he and Bryant were efficient in connecting multiple times, setting up Dan Bailey with a 35-yard field goal for the win. Interestingly enough, Romo's numbers were coincidentally very similar to when he last played the Giants in Week 1 (263/2/1).
Fantasy impact: Sunday's game was the start of a very favorable string of matchups for Romo from a fantasy perspective. He'll face the Oakland Raiders in Week 13, followed by the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, and the Washington Redskins during most fantasy Super Bowls in Week 16. He's a QB1 that should be a must-start in all formats for the rest of the season.