Dez Bryant caught all five of his targets for 73 yards and a touchdown Week 16 against the Colts.
Bryant skied over Greg Toler for a 19-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter and generally dominated the Colts defensive backs anytime the ball went his way. Unfortunately for Bryant's fantasy owners, the Colts put up almost zero resistance, and Tony Romo only had to throw the ball 20 times in the game. Bryant leads the league with 14 touchdown receptions this season.
Odell Beckham caught eight passes for 148 yards with two touchdowns in Sunday's 37-27 Week 16 win at St. Louis.
Jason Witten caught all seven of his targets for 90 yards and a score Week 16 against the Colts.
The Colts has no answer for the Cowboys passing game in this one, and Witten as able to basically whatever he wanted all game. His touchdown catch was a beautifully thrown pass up the seam in the third quarter. Witten now has 16 targets over the last two games.
Lance Dunbar rushed twice for four yards and caught two passes for 10 yards Week 16 against the Colts.
Dunbar saw more snaps with DeMarco Murray (hand) limited, but Joseph Randle was Murray's clear handcuff. Dunbar will finish up the regular season against Washington next week.
Joseph Randle rushed 12 times for 37 yards Week 16 against the Colts.
With DeMarco Murray limited by a hand injury, Randle saw double-digit carries for the first time this season. Dallas clinched the NFC East with the win over Indianapolis and only has an outside shot at a first-round bye, meaning Randle could see a lot of run Week 17 against Washington.
Tony Moeaki (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday night's Week 16 game against the Cardinals.
Moeaki was a long shot to play after not practicing all week. Luke Willson will start, with Cooper Helfet playing in two-tight end sets. Also inactive for Seattle are WR Chris Matthews, C Max Unger, DT Travian Robertson, LT Russell Okung, WR Kevin Norwood, and DE Demarcus Dobbs.
Danny Amendola caught 8-of-11 targets for 63 yards in New England's Week 16 win over the Jets.
Filling in for Julian Edelman (concussion), both the catches and yards were easily Amendola's most of the season. The Pats have to be pleased they can plug and play Amendola in Edelman's absence, but he'll be off the DFS radar if Edelman is ready for Week 17.
Tony Romo completed 18-of-20 passes for 218 yards and four touchdowns in the Cowboys' NFC East clinching win Week 16 against the Colts
The Colts could do nothing to stop Romo, who at one point completed 16 straight passes. Indianapolis was able to hit Romo once all game, and with basically unlimited time Romo was able to pick apart their secondary, setting a club record with a 90 percent completion percentage. Romo now has 10 touchdown passes and zero interceptions in December. The Cowboys still have an outside shot at a first-round bye, but they could choose to limit Romo in the regular season finale against Washington.