Romo: 339 fantasy points
One of the best draft values of 2007, Tony Romo broke out for [fantasy football](http://www.nfl.com/fantasyfootball)ers owners with nine 20-plus point performances and career bests across the board. His best start came back in Week 1, when he threw for 345 yards and four touchdowns in a 45-35 win over the [New York Giants](/teams/newyorkgiants/profile?team=NYG).
Manning: 297 fantasy points
Lewis: 182 fantasy points
Jamal Lewis disproved all the experts that said he was over the hill with one of the best seasons if his career. He has been an absolute stud in fantasy circles, and that was never more evident than in Week 9 when he had 104 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns in a win over Seattle.
Colston: 154 fantasy points
There hasn't been a sophomore slide for Colston, who has recorded career bests in all statistical categories. He has recorded double-digit fantasy points in seven of his last eight contests, and that includes a season-best 24-point outburst in Week 8 in a win over San Francisco.
Taylor: 129 fantasy points
Fred Taylor didn't open 2007 with much fervor, but he has turned it on in recent weeks. The 31-year-old runner has double-digit points on NFL.com in each of his past four starts, which includes a 20-point outburst against Pittsburgh in Week 15 that helped countless owners to a title week berth.