Kellen Moore to start Week 16

Kellen Moore will be the Dallas Cowboys' starting quarterback Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

Coach Jason Garrett confirmed the move Monday morning, speaking on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas after Moore completed 15 of 25 passes for 158 yards, 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions in the Cowboys' 19-16 loss to the New York Jets.

"Just the evaluation of how he did in the ballgame and where we want to be right now offensively," Garrett said of the decision to start Moore. "We felt like he did good things for us. Unfortunately, the turnovers he made weren't good, but hopefully he'll learn from the experiences and gives us a chance to move the ball and score some points up there."

Fantasy Impact: 

Sunday's loss to the Jets officially eliminated the Cowboys from the playoff chase. The Cowboys' first two backup choices -- Brandon Weeden (0-3) and Matt Cassel (1-6) -- combined for a 1-9 record after regular starter Tony Romo went down twice this season with a fractured left collarbone. Moore probably doesn't offer much more upside and would be a risky Week 16 play in fantasy playoffs.

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