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NFC East Player Analysis
Patrick White,, Staff Writer

New York Giants (vs Dallas Cowboys)

QB Eli Manning: Eli was harassed all game against the Eagles and things look to be more of the same against the Cowboys. The loss of Cruz pushes his value back down the list. Bye Eli. ( 205 yds pass with 2 TDs and 1 Int; 2 yds rush )

QB Ryan Nassib: ( 14 yds pass )

RB Rashad Jennings: Still unclear as to if Jennings can suit up. But we saw exactly what Jennings means to the Giants' offense as they were completely shut out last week against the Eagles. He's a great option as long as the knee holds up.

RB Andre Williams: 16 touches for 58 yards is not what we had in mind. The Giants' offense looks to have been completely derailed last week and Jennings may be back soon. Williams didn't do enough to really deserve being started in back to back weeks. ( 62 yds rush and 1 TD; 2 catches for 17 yds )

RB Peyton Hillis: 50 total yards is a step in the right direction. The Giants' offense took anything but a step in the right direction last week though as he should be completely limiting our New York fantasy options. ( 28 yds rush; 1 catch for 7 yds )

RB Michael Cox: ( 7 yds rush; 1 catch for 3 yds )

WR Rueben Randle: Randle just became the top receiver in the Giants' passing offense. Even before the Cruz injury, Randle seemed to be Manning's more favored target making Randle solid option. That's if Manning has more than one second in the pocket for Randle's routes to develop. ( 1 yd rush; 4 catches for 52 yds )

WR Odell Beckham: There's close to 10 targets a game up for grabs and Beckham is the most talented. He could make an amazing jump up the list. He could turn into the poor man's Kelvin Benjamin. ( 2 catches for 22 yds )

WR Preston Parker: If Rueben stays on the outside, Parker could move up to the starter's slot spot. Eli has a nasty little habit of making the slot receiver become overly productive. ( 3 catches for 39 yds )

TE Larry Donnell: The heat has died down after two God awful weeks. Outside of a shots at Beckham and Randle, all Giants' options should be sidelined until he see how the offense line bounces back and if the offense can survive the loss of Cruz. ( 5 catches for 54 yds and 1 TD )

TE Daniel Fells: ( 1 catch for 13 yds )

TE Adrien Robinson: ( 1 catch for 10 yds )

PK Josh Brown: Last week was the lowest of the low. Obviously, there is more production on rise but the difference may not be that grand. ( 2 XPs, 1 FG )

Def New York Giants: The Seahawks barely got to Romo as the most pressure he saw was on a snap mishap. Not loving Big Blue against the rolling Cowboys in Jerry World. ( 2 sacks, 2 INTs )

Dallas Cowboys (vs New York Giants)

QB Tony Romo: 250 yards with two TDs is nothing to sneeze at seeing that it came against the Seahawks. The Giants' defense has been playing better but Romo still makes for a reliable start. ( 230 yds pass with 2 TDs and 1 Int; 3 yds rush )

QB Brandon Weeden: ( 26 yds pass; 1 yd rush )

RB DeMarco Murray: Murray could have his best game of 2014 here -- which is saying a lot. He is the undisputed top RB, almost on a weekly basis moving forward. ( 109 yds rush and 1 TD; 4 catches for 30 yds )

RB Joseph Randle: Underpants and cologne. ( 19 yds rush; 1 catch for 9 yds )

RB Lance Dunbar: With Cowboys set to reel in some of Murray's unreal carry totals and fellow backup Randle carrying nothing but fruit of the looms, Dunbar could see an uptick in touches. He needs to be stashed as the carries will eventually catch up to Murray. ( 11 yds rush; 1 catch for 11 yds )

WR Dez Bryant: Bryant should be good for a touchdown this week as the Prince of New York is no where near the caliber of Richard Sherman. Bryant's value is always extremely high but the matchup this week is the cherry on top. ( 6 catches for 69 yds and 1 TD )

WR Terrance Williams: Numbers over the past two weeks. 4 catches, 140 yards and one touchdown. Romo would be wise to get the ball to his number two receiver more often. Williams could break out here. ( 3 catches for 52 yds and 1 TD )

WR Cole Beasley: ( 3 catches for 26 yds )

WR Devin Street: ( 1 catch for 5 yds )

WR Dwayne Harris: ( 1 yd rush; 1 catch for 14 yds )

TE Jason Witten: Witten was so overdue for a touchdown that it's not unlikely for him to snag another one in back to back weeks. All Cowboys options should be all systems go against the Giants. Ertz had a good game against New York and he only played 50% of the offensive plays. ( 6 catches for 63 yds )

TE Gavin Escobar: ( 1 catch for 8 yds )

TE James Hanna: ( 1 catch for 2 yds )

PK Dan Bailey: The Cowboys' offense is running on all cylinders and every Dallas option makes for a great start. It also doesn't hurt that Bailey has a monster leg. ( 3 XPs, 2 FGs )

Def Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys make for an elite play this week given how awesome they've played defensively and how pathetic the Giants' offensive line is. Eli could double his season interception total this week. ( 2 sacks, 1 INT, 1 Fumble )

Washington Redskins (vs Tennessee Titans)

QB Colt McCoy: ( 13 yds pass; 4 yds rush )

QB Kirk Cousins: Cousins had a great game in week six and an appealing matchup in week seven. He makes for a great bye week or injury plug in as he and DeSean Jackson really have things cooking. ( 268 yds pass with 2 TDs and 1 Int; 13 yds rush )

RB Alfred Morris: The yardage is nothing near where it should be, but Morris could break out in the same way that McCoy did last week. Morris can't be sat...yet. ( 91 yds rush and 1 TD; 1 catch for 7 yds )

RB Roy Helu: As always with Helu, you're hoping the Redskins fall behind early and have to dink and dunk to play catch up. He's good for receiving yardage but he's almost completely reliant on a touchdown to save his day. ( 19 yds rush; 3 catches for 37 yds )

RB Silas Redd: ( 6 yds rush; 1 catch for 1 yd )

RB Darrel Young: ( 2 yds rush; 1 catch for 7 yds )

WR Pierre Garcon: Garcon is not the PPR monster that he was with RGIII but he's still too elite to sit. If TENN can keep the game competitive then Garcon could see 5-7 catches with a touchdown. ( 1 yd rush; 7 catches for 73 yds )

WR DeSean Jackson: Two back to back weeks of big time plays has DJax back in the top WR rankings. He should be good for another big time play that alone adds up to a top end fantasy day. ( 5 catches for 78 yds and 1 TD )

WR Andre Roberts: Five catches in back to back weeks. Solid production if you're down this low. ( 1 yd rush; 4 catches for 34 yds )

WR Ryan Grant: ( 1 catch for 7 yds )

WR Santana Moss: ( 1 yd rush; 1 catch for 10 yds )

TE Jordan Reed: Reed is back...for now. Play him while he's healthy and before chemistry changes when Griffin returns. ( 5 catches for 61 yds )

TE Niles Paul: ( 2 catches for 27 yds )

TE Logan Paulsen: ( 2 catches for 19 yds )

PK Kai Forbath: If the Titans can get to Cousins and stall a few drives, then Kai could be a busy and productive man. ( 2 XPs, 1 FG )

Def Washington Redskins: Lots of issues on defense, injuries being one of the biggest factors. If Locker sits and the running game struggles though, they could be the beneficiaries of the oppositions mistakes. ( 2 sacks )

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