2014 Outlook: There is a certain amount of dread from fantasy owners about Romo, and it's unclear why. He was ninth in fantasy QB points per game (16.8) and less than a point per game from ranking fifth. He's very durable (having missed only four games in his career outside of 2010), has a great WR1 (Dez Bryant) and an up-and-coming WR2 (Terrance Williams), and he won't cost a lot on draft day. For the past three years, Romo has been a top-10 fantasy quarterback, and he could do it again. There are more dreadful options in the later rounds.
2014 Outlook: Orton aired it out in Week 17 last season, throwing for 358 yards and 2 TDs as he filled in for an injured Tony Romo. Even better: He made zero bad decisions, while still throwing the ball downfield; all told, he completed four balls for 112 yards on vertical passes. Romo has a long track record of durability -- excluding the 2010 season, he's missed only four starts in his career -- but he is 34 years old. If he does go down, Orton has some fantasy value, if only because Dallas' offensive weapons are so plentiful.