It's Thanksgiving week, and we still don't know that much about the Cowboys offense. The rushing attack has gone from powerful to punchless and back to promising. Miles Austin went from the waiver wire to the top-five to somewhere in between after defenses started to adjust. Jason Witten is still catches passes, but his yards-per-catch average would make Ike Hilliard blush. Witten is a gametime decision this week, which doesn't help. The only consistent part of the Cowboys offense is Roy Williams; he is always horrible.
Orchestrating this crew is Tony Romo, perpetually one quarter away from exploding. He's too dangerous to bench most weeks in fantasy leagues, but maddening to own. He's had more valleys this season than peaks for the first time in his career.
On Thursday, ...
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