Posted: 12/18/2012 11:26:50 PM
Atlanta has been a bit Jekyll and Hyde as of late. With a high consensus on that game and Suh and Fairley's inconsistent ability to rush the passer, I would be concerned.
Dallas tends to run the ball out of necessity to slow the pass rush. If New Orleans really wants to, they can get to the QB.
New Orlean's defense is so weak against the run and the pass though, Dallas should be able to find some balance.
That's kind of a fishy line for a team playing at home, with the better record, and something to play for though. Romo tends to rack up more points when he's playing from behind and abandoning the run.
I would go ahead and start Romo in this instance. Detroit actually isn't that bad of a defense against the pass.