ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 06: Wide receiver Laurent Robinson #81 of the Dallas Cowboys lunges but can't make a catch while being pursued by Richard Sherman #25 of the Seattle Seahawks in the second half at Cowboys Stadium on November 6, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Seahawks 23-13. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Fantasy Football Sit/Start: Redskins Vs. Cowboys Game Features Laurent Robinson, DeMarco Murray

This week's look at the Redskins vs. Cowboys game from a fantasy perspective features a recommendation to add and start wide receiver Laurent Robinson if he's available.

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Fantasy Football Week 11 Advice: Start DeMarco Murray, Sit Felix Jones

The Dallas Cowboys offense got back on track last week against the Buffalo Bills, but the Washington Redskins defense that they face this week is much tougher. Still, as the Redskins aren't likely to score many points, and will probably fall behind early, you might be tempted to start either of the Cowboys running backs. According to the fantasy football projection site numberFire though, only one Cowboys running back is a worth a start. Its rookie DeMarco Murray.

At 14.53 fantasy points, Murray is projected to be the seventh highest scoring running back this week as he is coming off an elite performance in which he racked up 23.10 fantasy points against Buffalo last Sunday.

Wide receivers Dez Bryant and Laurent Robinson are each strong plays this week against the Redskins, as is tight end Jason Witten.

Tony Romo is projected to earn 16.30 fantasy points, making him the fourth rated quarterback heading into Sunday's games, and the Dallas defense is also a good option against the interception-prone Rex Grossman.

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Fantasy Football Week 11 Advice: Fred Davis Is Decent Start For Redskins

The Washington Redskins are taking on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, and are underdogs by more than a touchdown. After failing to score a single touchdown in two of the last three games, we're left wondering if any players on the Redskins' roster are worth starting on your fantasy football team this week.

Let's let our favorite fantasy football project site numberFire give us the answer.

So in short, the answer is no.

With head coach Mike Shanahan switching his starting running back on a weekly basis, neither Roy Helu or Ryan Torain can be looked at as a capable starting back this week. And just as Leonard Hankerson was starting to emerge as a potential big play wide receiver, he was forced onto the injured reserve list, leaving the Redskins without a reliable fantasy option at the receiver position.

The only player on Washington's roster that you may wish to consider for your fantasy team is Fred Davis. The tight end is projected to earn 6.41 points this week, making him a decent start in most leagues.

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Fantasy Football Week 11 Waiver Wire: Laurent Robinson Is On A Tear

This week's look at the Redskins vs. Cowboys game from a fantasy perspective features a recommendation to add and start wide receiver Laurent Robinson if he's available.

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