Many fantasy football leagues across the land have just three weeks remaining in the regular season -- which means, if you're like me, time is running out on a playoff run.
Fortunately, the Dallas Cowboys are here to help you out -- assuming you have Cowboys skill players.
As always, start Tony Romo. Romo is one of the top quarterback options in all of fantasy football, and, as I've said all year, unless you have Tom Brady, please, start Romo.
At running back, Felix Jones is a bit of a wild card. DeMarco Murray isn't going to be an option for you in Week 11, and to be frank, Jones sucks. He's not any good. But he will get carries for Dallas, and more importantly, he could receive goal line carries. If you want to start him, start him at your own peril as an RB3/flex option.
At wide receiver, the choices are clear: Dez Bryant is a WR1 and Miles Austin is a WR2. Kevin Ogletree is a Hail Mary, "Please, God, help me win this week with an Ogletree TD" type of play. I don't advise starting Ogletree.
Jason Witten at tight end, meanwhile, is a must-start. Witten is one of Romo's favorite targets, and you're doing yourself a disservice if you leave Witten on your bench.
As far as Cleveland is concerned, start Trent Richardson (like I am) and ignore everything else.