Tony Romo rewards fantasy owners with three touchdown performance

Jamie Squire

Tony Romo led Dallas to a 31-7 victory over St. Louis on Sunday. We take a look at the fantasy implications.

Tony Romo threw for 210 yards and three touchdowns during the Dallas Cowboys' dominant win over the Rams on Sunday. Dallas relied heavily on its run game, finishing with 193 total rushing yards, so Romo's passing yards were a bit lower than previous weeks. Romo also finished Sunday without an interception.

Fantasy impact: Romo's three passing touchdowns made for a good fantasy outing for Week 3. DeMarco Murray ran all over the Rams with 175 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. With Murray's strong performance, it's almost a surprise that Romo was able to manage three passing touchdowns, but St. Louis' defense couldn't stop Dallas all afternoon. When names such as Gavin Escobar are entering the box score, you know that Dallas is having a great game. Romo and the rest of Dallas' offense simply couldn't be stopped. He'll be facing the Chargers in Week 4, who just allowed 299 yards and two touchdowns  to Jake Locker on Sunday.

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