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  • Fantasy Week 3Scoreboard
    Fins 1 (1-1)117.70
    Money_Maker 2 (0-2)79.35
    Tun (1-1)141.70
    AA7 (1-1)49.80
    Backyardigans (1-1)98.85
    Haeadbustaz 1st Flex (1-1)142.85
    the one1 (1-1)108.05
    megan maddies mafia mongr (0-2)102.05
    gone with the wind (2-0)120.20
    JJ Raqs 10 (1-1)114.60
    Highway to Hell (1-1)84.00
    KieganLH (2-0)47.10
  • Player Notes
    Dalvin Cook Sep 25 5:50pm ET
    Dalvin Cook

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (shoulder) is expected to suit up for the overseas outing against the Saints in London. The 27-year-old had arguably his best game of the season on Sunday in the win over the Lions, finishing with 96 yards and a touchdown off 17 carries. He'll be wearing a brace in Week 4, and there's also a chance he may be limited to some degree. With that said, he should remain in all fantasy starting lineups, unless something happens regarding his condition to suggest otherwise.

    From RotoBaller

    T.J. Hockenson Sep 25 5:40pm ET
    T.J. Hockenson

    Detroit Lions tight end T.J. Hockenson caught three-of-four targets for 18 yards and a touchdown in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3. His lack of targets and yards is concerning, but he ultimately delivered for fantasy managers thanks to the touchdown. Detroit takes on Seattle in Week 4, who have surrendered solid fantasy days to tight ends against San Francisco, Denver, and Atlanta. That said, Hockenson is a must-start with a ton of upside.

    From RotoBaller

    Clyde Edwards-Helaire Sep 25 5:40pm ET
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire found the end zone in Sunday's loss to the Colts, salvaging what was an otherwise disappointing day. Edwards-Helaire run the ball seven times, finishing with zero rushing yards. He did catch five passes for 39 yards, tying for the team lead in receptions. Jerick McKinnon ate into CEH's rushing attempts, as both players ended up with seven. Edwards-Helaire is still a solid fantasy player going forward, but Sunday featured some worrying indicators.

    From RotoBaller

    Jake Kumerow Sep 25 5:40pm ET
    Jake Kumerow

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Jake Kumerow (ankle) didn't return to Sunday's narrow loss to the Miami Dolphins. The 30-year-old caught both of his targets for 14 yards before going down and was entering Week 3 fresh off a two-catch, 50-yard showing against the Titans on Monday night. There should be an official update on Kumerow's condition soon. However, if he misses time moving ahead, there shouldn't be too many upset fantasy managers.

    From RotoBaller

    Joe Burrow Sep 25 5:30pm ET
    Joe Burrow

    The New York Jets defense was fine in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. They recorded two sacks and one fumble recovery while allowing 27 points, leading to a four point fantasy performance in standard scoring DST leagues. After Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow seemed to be getting sacked on every drop back after the first two weeks, the Jets defense was expected to not struggle to get into the backfield, but they were only able to get the two sacks in the game. A matchup against the Steelers awaits for Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Reynolds Sep 25 5:30pm ET
    Josh Reynolds

    Detroit Lions wide receiver Josh Reynolds caught six of his 10 targets for 96 yards in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He led all Lions' pass-catchers in targets and yards and tied with Amon-Ra St. Brown for the team lead in receptions. Reynolds isn't a steady producer, but he's proven capable of having solid fantasy performances and can be considered as a streamer in favorable matchups. When Jameson Williams (knee) makes his NFL debut, his value will likely drop, but for now, he's at least on the fantasy radar.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Allen Sep 25 5:30pm ET
    Josh Allen

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (hand) was observed leaving the X-ray room following Sunday's divisional loss to the Miami Dolphins. The signal-caller was hit in the hand late in the game. Although there hasn't been an official word on the severity of Allen's injury, he helped ease some concerns by saying "he's fine." The 26-year-old had a a solid showing despite the Bills entering the loss column for the first time this season, finishing with 400 yards and two touchdowns off 42-for-63 passing while running for 47 yards off eight carries. Hopefully, there will be an encouraging update soon. However, until then, there will be some worried fantasy managers.

    From RotoBaller

    D.J. Chark Sep 25 5:30pm ET
    D.J. Chark

    Detroit Lions wide receiver D.J. Chark caught three-of-six targets for 46 yards in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3. Without a touchdown, he was a fantasy bust, and his season-long outlook is just a boom-or-bust flex play in deep leagues. There's a ton of target competition in Detroit, so Chark can't be counted on as a week-to-week starter. He's a solid DFS play and deep-league flyer, though. Detroit takes on Seattle in Week 4, which could be a bounce-back week for the Lions' passing attack.

    From RotoBaller

    Elijah Moore Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Elijah Moore

    New York Jets wide receiver Elijah Moore caught four passes in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. He was targeted 10 times, coming down with four for 49 scoreless yards. He tied for the team lead in targets among wide receivers with rookie Garrett Wilson, but both were behind running back Breece Hall's 11. Moore has been solid, but while he was expected to be the WR1 on the Jets offense, that spot has been clearly taken over by Wilson. Moore will be a WR3/4 but that could change if the Jets offense changes when Zach Wilson (knee) returns.

    From RotoBaller

    Joey Bosa Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Joey Bosa

    Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Joey Bosa (groin) exited Sunday's matchup against Jacksonville. He is questionable to return. The 27-year-old was injured early in the contest, forcing him to limp off the field and into the locker room. Bosa is having a terrific 2022-23 campaign, so the Chargers and IDP managers alike are hoping this isn't anything serious.

    From RotoBaller

    Equanimeous St. Brown Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Equanimeous St. Brown

    Chicago Bears wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown totaled 43 rushing yards and 20 receiving yards in the Bears win over the Texans in Week 3. St. Brown took an end-around in the first half for a 41-yard gain on a day when the Bears passing game was non-existent. St. Brown is not necessarily fantasy viable at this time but is quietly emerging as the Bears WR2 in a struggling passing offense. St. Brown is simply a player to monitor on the waiver wire, and no more, heading into Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Corey Davis Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Corey Davis

    New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis caught two passes in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, gaining 27 yards. Davis saw five targets, way behind fellow wide receivers Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore, who saw 10 each. Tight end Tyler Conklin saw eight, and running back Breece Hall led the team with 11. Davis is settling into a supporting role on offense, and while he may be a solid NFL player in the Jets offense, it's unlikely to translate into fantasy production unless someone ahead of him on the depth chart is forced to miss time.

    From RotoBaller

    Amon-Ra St. Brown Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Amon-Ra St. Brown

    Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown caught six-of-nine targets for 73 yards and zero touchdowns in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings. It was still a solid fantasy day in PPR leagues, but it wasn't quite the fantasy eruption his managers have become used to. However, he's still a must-start moving forward and will have a chance to get back to his high-end WR1 status in a matchup with the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4. This game seemed like his floor.

    From RotoBaller

    Greg Zuerlein Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Greg Zuerlein

    New York Jets kicker Greg Zuerlein scored all 12 points for the Jets in a 27-12 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 3. Zuerlein attempted four field goals and made all four, including a long of 52 yards. Zuerlein had a rough Week 1, but he's been strong since then and has worked his way into fantasy streaming consideration. The Jets offense should improve with Zach Wilson (knee) expected back in Week 4 as well.

    From RotoBaller

    Patrick Mahomes Sep 25 5:20pm ET
    Patrick Mahomes

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes didn't have his usual dominant game on Sunday against the Colts, throwing just one touchdown and his first interception of the season in the 20-17 loss. Mahomes was 20-for-35 for 262 yards and also added 26 yards on the ground. It was a disappointing showing from the Chiefs, but Mahomes' track record suggests that this is just a blip. He remains one of the top quarterbacks in fantasy football.

    From RotoBaller

    Chris Olave Sep 25 5:13pm ET
    Chris Olave

    Dynasty | Saints rookie Chris Olave had nine catches for 147 yards in the Saints loss to the Panthers on Sunday. Dynasty Analysis: Olave has really turned it on the past couple of weeks and had a whopping 13 targets to lead New Orleans on the day. He now has 17 catches for 268 yards in just three games this season. While he's yet to find the end zone, the catches and targets are making him an easy play in PPR leagues even as a rookie. Olave comes in as our 4th ranked rookie overall and looks like a solid dynasty league asset already.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Christian McCaffrey Sep 25 5:13pm ET
    Christian McCaffrey

    Dynasty | Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey had 25 carries for 108 yards and two catches for four yards in Carolina's win against New Orleans. Dynasty Analysis: McCaffrey now has 50 total rushing attempts for 243 rushing yards, and just ten catches for 57 receiving yards on the season. While the 60 touches are encouraging, McCaffrey is on pace for nearly 300 carries on the season, a total that would be close to his career high from 2019. The problem is he's on pace for fewer than 60 catches, bringing his fantasy ceiling down. It's clear the Panthers are having a hard time utilizing his skill set and things need to change quickly for McCaffrey managers to enjoy vintage stats.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Justin Fields Sep 25 5:10pm ET
    Justin Fields

    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields completed only 8-of-17 passes for 106 yards and added 47 rushing yards with two interceptions in the team's 23-20 win over the Texans in Week 3. Fields was hoping to bounce back after a poor performance against the Packers in Week 2 but was wildly inaccurate throughout. He was able to pick up an impressive 29-yard in the first half but couldn't get any rhythm in the passing game. The Bears rushed for 279 yards as a team and the coaching staff is beginning to lock into that aspect of the offense as the best path to success. Fields is not worthy of a QB2 play heading into Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Jared Goff Sep 25 5:10pm ET
    Jared Goff

    The Minnesota Vikings defense allowed 24 points in their Week 3 victory, as Jared Goff threw for 277 yards while the Detroit backfield collectively ran for 139 yards on the ground. They weren't able to record a single sack in this one, which led to a dud in terms of fantasy production from the Minnesota D/ST. They don't seem like reliable option moving forward but could be an intriguing option when they face a good matchup.

    From RotoBaller

    Tyler Conklin Sep 25 5:10pm ET
    Tyler Conklin

    New York Jets tight end Tyler Conklin led the team in receiving yards and receptions in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Conklin was targeted eight times, catching all eight for 84 yards. His eight targets were fourth on the team, but he was able to do the most with his chances, catching two more passes than anyone else and gaining 24 more yards. With Zach Wilson (knee) expected back in Week 4, the Jets offense could change a bit, but Conklin should still remain a TE1 option with touchdown upside.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 3
    Steelers17
    Browns29
    Final | Recap
    Texans20
    Bears23
    Final | Recap
    Raiders22
    Titans24
    Final | Recap
    Chiefs17
    Colts20
    Final | Recap
    Bills19
    Dolphins21
    Final | Recap
    Lions24
    Vikings28
    Final | Recap
    Ravens37
    Patriots26
    Final | Recap
    Bengals27
    Jets12
    Final | Recap
    Eagles24
    Commanders8
    Final | Recap
    Saints14
    Panthers22
    Final | Recap
    Jaguars16
    Chargers7
    3rd Qtr 11:58
    Rams13
    Cardinals6
    2nd Qtr 0:02
    Falcons17
    Seahawks20
    2nd Qtr 0:05
    Packers14
    Buccaneers3
    3rd Qtr 14:09
    49ers45u
    Broncos+1.5
    Sun 8:20pm ET
    Cowboys39u
    Giants-1
    Mon 8:15pm ET
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