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Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is being evaluated for a concussion following the loss to the Steelers on Sunday Night Football. Garoppolo played the entire game but did not speak with the media following the game due to the evaluation. The veteran quarterback struggled with turnovers on Sunday, despite throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns. 37-year-old Brian Hoyer appears to be next in line if Garoppolo were to miss any game action. The Chargers host the Raiders in Week 4.
Dynasty | Dolphins rookie running back De'Von Achane had 203 rushing yards, four catches, 30 receiving yards and four total touchdowns in the Dolphins annihilation of the Broncos. Dynasty Analysis: The Dolphins hung 70 points on the Broncos, the most in any game since 1966 and Achane was a huge part of it. Unfortunately, that production likely came on fantasy benches as there were no real indicators any of this could happen. Regardless, Achane's breakout performance has solidified his lofty first round rookie draft pedigree and puts him in the conversation as a weekly play in fantasy lineups. Dynasty managers need to note Raheem Mostert had four touchdowns of his own as well, so there is some bad news here, unfortunately. All in all, this was fun to see and Achane is bringing some real excitement to those who drafted him.
Dynasty | Titans running back Derrick Henry was held to just 20 yards rushing on 11 carries in Tennessee's blowout loss to the Browns. Dynasty Analysis: The Titans offense is getting close to hitting rock bottom and Henry is finding little room to run each week. While it isn't quite time to panic, Ryan Tannehill isn't scaring anyone and the Titans were only able to muster 130 yards of offense on the day. Henry remains a solid running back for a contending team but we're going to need to see more quickly before he starts tumbling down the rankings, especially at his age.
Dynasty | New Browns starting running back Jerome Ford had just 18 rushing yards on ten carries but caught two passes for 33 yards and a touchdown in the Browns blowout win over Tennessee. Dynasty Analysis: Dynasty managers were hoping for more production on the day but the touchdown was at least enough to salvage a decent fantasy output for Ford. You can't make any judgments after just one day but Ford didn't exactly make anyone forget about Nick Chubb, On the plus side, the newly signed Kareem Hunt had just five carries for 13 yards, so this really does look like Ford's gig to lose. Stay tuned.
Dynasty | Falcons rookie running back Bijan Robinson had just 33 rushing yards, four catches and 27 receiving yards in the Falcons loss to Detroit. Dynasty Analysis: The Falcons found themselves in a negative game script, forcing Desmond Ridder to throw the ball 38 times on the day and limiting the touches for Robinson and Tyler Allgeier. It was a disappointing afternoon for sure but such is life when you have an all-world talent on a potentially bad football team. There will be brighter days ahead but Robinson's value won't change after todays' result.
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (knee) may have a serious, potentially season-ending knee injury. Deep into the third quarter, the seventh-year veteran went down clutching his left knee. When he was able to get up off of the field, Williams was unable to put weight on that knee. If an MRI confirms what is feared and Williams is placed on injured reserve, rookie first-round pick Quentin Johnston and third-year receiver Joshua Palmer will step into more playing time. Williams was off to a strong start this season, averaging 83 yards per game on 19 total receptions.
Dynasty | Lions rookie running back Jahmyr Gibbs had 80 rushing yards. one catch, and two receiving yards in Detroit's win against Atlanta. Dynasty Analysis: It was a decent day at the office for GIbbs, who now has a ton of responsibility after the loss of David Montgomery. While dynasty managers would have loved to have seen a touchdown (or two) on the day, Gibbs was efficient and, more importantly, owned the backfield with 17 carries. He'll be on the RB2 radar again next week as he attempts to solidify his lofty dynasty ranking.
Dynasty | Lions rookie tight end Sam LaPorta had eight catches for 84 yards and a touchdown in the Lions win against Atlanta. Dynasty Analysis: LaPorta's 11 targets trailed only Amon-Ra St. Brown's 12 to lead Detroit on the day. The Lions are seemingly more than happy force-feeding the football to these two and LaPorta is quickly emerging as the class of the tight end position in this year's rookie class. His ranking of TE10 likely won't move up after today but it certainly won't be moving down, either.
Updating previous reports, Los Angeles Chargers WR Mike Williams (knee) is feared to be lost for the season due to his knee injury in Week 3. He's undergoing testing Monday, Sept. 25, to confirm.
Fantasy Spin: The knee appeared to buckle as he was being tackled on the play, but it's still too early to speculate. Joshua Palmer had a 4-66-1 day in Week 3 and will be leaned upon more in the offense. He's at least a weekly flex candidate.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Jakobi Meyers returned from a concussion in Week 3, catching seven of 12 targets for 85 receiving yards on Sunday night. After breaking out for nine catches and two touchdowns before leaving due to injury in Week 1, the 26-year-old had another busy night in his return with a 27% target share. Meyers and the Raiders have a date with the Chargers in Week 4.
After bringing in eight catches and finding the end zone twice in Week 2, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett had a dud of a game in Week 3. The 31-year-old caught just three of his seven targets for 34 yards in Seattle's win over the Carolina Panthers. Perhaps the final line was the result of adjustments made to the game plan at halftime, as all but three of Geno Smith's pass attempts in the second half went to tight ends or running backs. While it didn't count as an official reception, Lockett fought off safety Jeremy Chinn to catch the pass that sealed Seattle's two-point conversion in the fourth quarter. Even after a down week, Lockett is worthy of WR3/FLEX consideration for Seattle's Week 4 game against the New York Giants.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf led the team with six catches and 112 receiving yards against the Carolina Panthers in Week 3. Metcalf's first four receptions came in the first half and all went for 19 yards or longer. After making two more catches on the Seahawks' opening drive of the third quarter, the fifth-year veteran was not thrown to again. In the second half, Seattle's offensive game plan leaned heavily on the run game and relied on the tight ends to make gains through the air. Metcalf's two catches, along with Jake Bobo's fourth-quarter touchdown, represented the only wide receiver targets after halftime, so maybe a change was made to the game plan during the break. Seattle takes on the New York Giants in Week 4, where Metcalf can be trusted to put up WR2 numbers as long as he can keep himself in the game.
Seattle Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III had his second two-touchdown game in as many weeks in Sunday's 37-27 win over the Carolina Panthers. In the Week 3 matchup, Walker carried the ball 18 times for 97 yards and added 59 more yards through the air on his three catches, leading the team with 166 scrimmage yards. The 22-year-old displayed incredible elusiveness on multiple plays to add extra yards on the ground and in the air. On one play in the second quarter, Walker froze defensive back Troy Hill with a juke that resulted in a 36-yard gain that set Jason Myers up for the third of his five field goals. Next week the Seahawks play against the Giants, who have allowed a rushing touchdown to each starting running back they have faced so far in 2023. Walker is primed for another big game in Week 4.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith came up four yards shy of his second 300-yard game in as many weeks in Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. In Week 3, he went 23-for-36 for 296 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Smith made things work from behind a makeshift offensive line, though Carolina's defensive front kept the quarterback on his toes and registered two sacks. Next week, the Seahawks take on the New York Giants in a Monday night matchup. The Giants allowed Brock Purdy to throw for 310 yards and two touchdowns on Thursday night in Week 3. Look for Smith to keep building on his recent success in Week 4 and push his way into QB1 territory again.
Houston Texans CB Shaquill Griffin had 10 tackles (seven solo) in Week 3 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jacksonville Jaguars LB Foyesade Oluokun had 14 tackles, including eight solo, versus the Houston Texans on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Buffalo Bills RB Latavius Murray carried the ball five times for 15 yards and a touchdown against the Washington Commanders on Sunday, Sept. 24. He also caught one pass for six yards.
New York Jets LB C.J. Mosley had 10 tackles (seven solo) against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Sept. 24.
New York Jets WR Randall Cobb caught one pass (on two targets) for 12 yards against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Sept. 24.
New York Jets SS Jordan Whitehead recorded 10 tackles, including nine solo, and a pass defensed during the team's Week 3 loss to the New England Patriots.
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