Cowboys, Crabtree, Palmer see stock rise
Austin's emergence is good for Tony Romo, good for the running game (although it would be nice to see Marion Barber and Felix Jones do a bit more) and wait a minute, what's wrong with Jason Witten? Even before Miles Austin became a household name and Roy E. Williams went to the waiver wire in many leagues, Witten wasn't doing much. He's 16th among tight ends in points, and still hasn't broken double digits in a game. That didn't stop ESPN fantasy owners from making him the fifth-most-active tight end in Week 7, though. Honestly, I don't think Witten is someone to drop, but it's a bad sign that he hasn't been targeted in the red zone in a month. Obviously, Witten's stock has dropped since draft day. The Cowboys seem to always have players rapidly moving up (Romo) or down (Tashard Choice), don't they?
Here are some other players seeing their stock rise and fall entering Week 8:
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