Tony Romo had a great 2009 season. He threw for a career high 4,483 yards and 26 touchdowns while throwing the fewest interceptions, nine, of his career. According to Jamey Eisenberg of CBSSports.com 2010 could look a lot like 2009, if not better. A Tony Romo better than the one in 2009 will only increase the fantasy value of everyone around him and if you jump on the Cowboy bandwagon early, it could be smooth sailing for your whole fantasy season. Along with Romo, Eisenberg feels that Jason Witten, Miles Austin and the Cowboys defense/special teams could be in for very big year. The Cowboys aren’t lacking for offensive weapons that’s for sure; in addition to Romo, Witten and Austin we could see big years from rookie receiver Dez Bryant, running back Felix Jones and Eisenberg feels that Roy E. Williams is a candidate for a bounce-back season. To read the rest of Eisenberg’s article click here.