Coming off consecutive big games (110 yards to weeks ago, two scores last week), Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had a middling game Sunday. He couldn't break free for much yardage, but it didn't matter, as the Cowboys beat the Minnesota Vikings 27-23.
Bryant caught six passes for 64 yards Sunday, his third-lowest total of the season, and only his fourth game in 2013 without a touchdown. Meanwhile, his running mate, fellow wide receiver Terrance Williams, saw his streak of four straight games with a touchdown reception end, catching only two of his seven targets for 33 yards Sunday.
Fantasy impact: Not much should change for either pass-catcher coming out of Sunday's game -- Bryant is still a top-three or four wide receiver, and even those guys have the occasional less-productive game.
Williams, meanwhile, had been a very productive WR3 since inheriting the starting job. Anyone who thought his touchdown streak was going to be a permanent part of his value was being delusional, but regardless, Williams is a very good WR3/flex play.