Call me crazy, but I actually like the Cowboy's pick of Ezekiel Elliot a lot. IMO he's one of the best RB prospects since AP. But the bottom line is if he's as dynamic and effective as he should be, Romo's chances of getting injured much less hit are significantly decreased. Plus if Romo does get injured, Moore (or if they draft a QB) will have much less weight on their shoulders coming off the bench.
One of the best NFL trends that I'm aware of is something called the "Hello, Good Bye."
Sounds silly, but it's 30-5 against the spread since 2002. Yeah... wow. The only downside is that this is available about only five times per year.
Basically, you bet on a favorite of 6.5 points or more a week before their bye. The thought process behind this is that a good team (if they're favored by 6.5+, they must be good) will be extremely focused prior to their week off.
As usual, let's look at a coach-by-coach breakdown: