It's officially Week 9 in the NFL, and consequently, it's the beginning of the stretch run in fantasy leagues around the world.
Tony Romo remains a must-start. Yes, he's struggled with turnovers, but he's still got a world of talent, and three legitimate weapons to throw to. Romo's numbers will be there at the end of the year, and there's no reason to bench him, unless you've a better option -- which is unlikely.
Felix Jones is a fringe RB2 and sold flex option. I don't put a lot of trust into Jones, but he is facing a Falcons run defense that ranks 26th in the league. If you're in a bind, you probably can do worse than Jones -- but just don't be shocked if he runs the ball 12 times for 33 yards.
Both Dez Bryant and Miles Austin should be considered must-starts. Bryant is the legitimate WR1, and Austin is the WR2 in terms of fantasy purposes.
Jason Witten has become a must-start throughout the year as well, and should continue to see plenty of targets from Romo. Atlanta's pass defense has been tough this year (No. 10 in the league), but Witten should see his targets.