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Week 3 Rankings

Christian McCaffrey Note
Christian McCaffrey photo 1. Christian McCaffrey RB - CAR (at HOU)
While Christian McCaffrey had a massive game last week against New Orleans, it could've been even more impressive than Derrick Henry's performance. CMC was brought down at the one or two yard line on multiple occasions last week, which if he was just a couple feet further would've meant a ridiculous outing. At this point, there's no reason we should doubt McCaffrey finishing the season as the No. 1 fantasy football option again. He's seeing a workload like no other RB in the league and he's reminding everyone why he's truly one of - if not the - best RB in the entire NFL. Against the Houston Texans that saw Nick Chubb rumble for 95 yards and a score on them last week, CMC's back in the RB1 spot in my weekly rankings.
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Derrick Henry Note
Derrick Henry photo 2. Derrick Henry RB - TEN (vs . IND)
Welcome back, Derrick Henry! After being stonewalled in week one, Henry came back with a vengeance in week two and posted the second-highest fantasy point total of his career. The only game that Henry scored more fantasy points in was against Jacksonville in 2018 where he had 17 carries for 238 yards and four touchdowns. Henry was spectacular in week two and he appears to be back to dominating on the ground, but there's an interesting wrinkle moving forward. Henry saw the highest target total of his NFL career with six targets and he reeled in all of them for 55 total receiving yards. With a narrow receiving tree in Tennessee, there's a path for Henry to continue to be involved as a receiver moving forward. If that does happen, Henry has overall RB1 upside each and every week. It's a tougher matchup against the Indianapolis Colts defensive front, but Henry's a no-brainer top-5 option this week.
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Dalvin Cook Note
Dalvin Cook photo 3. Dalvin Cook RB - MIN (vs . SEA)
Dalvin Cook appears to have escaped from last week's matchup without a major injury and should be all systems go for this matchup against Seattle. Cook's coming off of a 130 rushing yard performance himself and now gets to take on the defense that just run for 182 yards against them. Cook's a top-tier option yet again for this matchup.
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Nick Chubb Note
Nick Chubb photo 4. Nick Chubb RB - CLE (vs . CHI)
Nick Chubb continues to impress as he enters his fourth season in the NFL. He's now averaging 6.8 Yards Per Carry on the season and has 14 Missed Tackles Forced on the season, which is tied with Dalvin Cook for the most at the RB position through two games. Chubb has a tougher matchup this week against the Bears defense that is only allowing 11.7 fantasy points to opposing RBs, but he's too talented of a RB to move too far down our rankings. Based on his talent - and the offensive line he plays behind - Chubb can be viewed as a low-end RB1 this week.
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Aaron Jones Note
Aaron Jones photo 5. Aaron Jones RB - GB (at SF)
After spending the majority of week one freaking out, Aaron Jones' fantasy managers took a massive sigh of relief after witnessing what Jones did in week two on Monday Night Football. The Packers made it a key effort to get Jones the football and it resulted in 115 total yards from scrimmage and four total touchdowns. The 49ers defense is allowing the 7th most fantasy points to opposing RBs this season, so we should see another big performance here from Jones again in week three.
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Alvin Kamara Note
Alvin Kamara photo 6. Alvin Kamara RB - NO (at NE)
What's our collective level of concern with Alvin Kamara? After spending a top-5 pick on Kamara in drafts, fantasy managers have to be panicking a bit with what we saw from the star RB in week two. Kamara had eight total attempts on the ground and only managed five yards. The "saving grace" was that Kamara also managed to reel in four receptions for 25 yards that at least didn't leave managers with a zero from their RB1 spot, but it wasn't good. The overall state of the offense is a major question mark heading into week three and there's a lot to be concerned about. However, we shouldn't be completely off of Kamara based on what we saw on the field in week two. He's still one of the most talented players in all of football and Sean Payton will go back and watch the film this week and attempt to take the ball out of Winston's hands as much as he possibly can. This could lead to another massive workload for Kamara like we saw in week one and he's worth buying low right now if you can find a manager in your league who's frustrated with the week two performance. Fire up Kamara as a mid-range/low-end RB1 in this matchup against the Patriots.
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Tyreek Hill Note
Tyreek Hill photo 7. Tyreek Hill WR - KC (vs . LAC)
It's not very often that you see Tyreek Hill finish with less fantasy points than three other Kansas City Chiefs WRs, but that's what happened last week. Byron Pringle and Demarcus Robinson each found the end zone and Hardman reeled in five catches for 55 yards, while Hill only went 3-14-0. Even with this massively disappointing performance, Hill is still averaging seven receptions for 106 yards and .5 touchdowns per game because of his incredible outing in week one. These types of games are few and far between for Hill and he should be safely viewed as a consensus top-5 WR again for week three.
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Jonathan Taylor Note
Jonathan Taylor photo 8. Jonathan Taylor RB - IND (at TEN)
Taylor was stymied last week against the Rams, but he still saw 16 touches in a losing effort. Through two games, he's averaged nearly 20 touches per game, and he's got a great chance to find the end zone for the first time this season when the Colts face a Tennessee defense that's failed to stop anyone.
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Najee Harris Note
Najee Harris photo 9. Najee Harris RB - PIT (vs . CIN)
Yes, Najee Harris has been a bit of a disappointment for fantasy managers that spent up on the talented rookie RB. However, this situation is not entirely his fault here. The offensive line for Pittsburgh has been a big problem throughout the first two weeks of the season and they're struggling to move people off the ball in the run game. To illustrate this point, Harris has a total of 83 rushing yards on the season and only 44 of those yards have come before contact (1.7 YBCON/ATT). That means that he's consistently being met behind at or near the line of scrimmage and is having to fight for additional yardage on his own. Now, Harris gets to take on the Cincinnati Bengals defensive front that has limited Dalvin Cook and David Montgomery to just 95 total rushing yards through two weeks. Harris should provide a safe floor this week - especially with his involvement in the receiving game - but there appears to be very little upside for him with the current state of this offense in this matchup. He can be viewed as a high-end/mid-range RB2.
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Davante Adams Note
Davante Adams photo 10. Davante Adams WR - GB (at SF)
Davante Adams bounced back after a rough week one performance and he finished with eight catches for 121 receiving yards. While he still hasn't gotten into the end zone so far this season, which is how he's primarily made his mark for fantasy football, he's still providing fantasy managers with a high floor. Adams should draw coverage from Deommodore Lenoir this week, who has only allowed a 36% catch rate so far this season, but he's going to have his hands full with guarding Adams this week. Fire up the talented WR as a top-5 option yet again. The touchdowns will come.
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Joe Mixon Note
Joe Mixon photo 11. Joe Mixon RB - CIN (at PIT)
Through two games, Mixon is averaging 24.5 carries, 98 rushing yards, and .5 rushing touchdowns. His workload is rivaling the top-tier fantasy assets and he's been an absolute steal for fantasy managers through the first couple of weeks based on where they drafted him. He had a tough matchup on the ground in week two against the Bears defense, but he still provided a high floor based on his workload. He will now get to take on the Steelers defense that has yet to allow a rushing touchdown on the season and is only allowing an average of 84.5 rushing yards per game. The upside for Mixon might not be there this week, but we know he's going to get one of the top carry shares across the entire league, which makes him a very reliable fantasy asset. He can be viewed as a low-end RB1 for week three.
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Travis Kelce Note
Travis Kelce photo 12. Travis Kelce TE - KC (vs . LAC)
At this point of the season, Travis Kelce has 43 fantasy points in Half PPR scoring formats. This would be enough to slot him in at the WR3 spot in all of fantasy football behind only Cooper Kupp (52.6 points) and Tyler Lockett (51.8 points). Kelce's essentially unstoppable and is one of the most dominant fantasy TE options we've ever seen. As if you were questioning it, he can be viewed as the TE1 yet again this week.
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Ezekiel Elliott Note
Ezekiel Elliott photo 13. Ezekiel Elliott RB - DAL (vs . PHI)
Despite Tony Pollard's recent success and Zeke's lack thereof, the latter still accounted for 97 yards and a touchdown in Week 2 - good for a top-12 finish. He's got an important divisional matchup with the Eagles on MNF this week where he should be treated as a back-end RB1.
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Austin Ekeler Note
Austin Ekeler photo 14. Austin Ekeler RB - LAC (at KC)
It's okay, people! All is right with the world! Austin Ekeler got back to being involved as a receiver out of the backfield in week two and saw his usual nine targets. He reeled in all nine of them for 61 yards and ended with a very respectable 2.26 Yards Per Route Run. He also logged nine rush attempts on the ground for 54 yards and showed off his elusiveness on several instances, logging four Forced Missed Tackles. While Ekeler left the game for a little bit after being evaluated for a concussion, he was able to return and should be all systems go for week three against the Chiefs. The Chiefs have been gashed on the ground so far this season, allowing four rushing touchdowns in week one and three in week two to Lamar Jackson and Latavius Murray. Ekeler stands a very good chance of finding the end zone this week and he should continue to be heavily featured as a receiver out of the backfield. He can be viewed as a low-end RB1.
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Chris Carson Note
Chris Carson photo 15. Chris Carson RB - SEA (at MIN)
Chris Carson certainly wasn't overly efficient in week two against Tennessee, but he got the job done for fantasy football by finding the end zone twice. While fantasy managers would love to see him more involved in the receiving game like he was last year, it's hard to argue with what the Seahawks are doing on offense if they're putting up as many points as they are. Carson is filling the exact role that fantasy managers drafted him for in 2021. He's providing a very solid floor for fantasy as a RB2 and he's still providing weekly upside with how well the offense is performing. Against the defense that's allowing 126 rushing yards per game currently, Carson should have plenty of room to run here. He can be viewed as a high-end RB2 in this matchup.
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Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 16. Stefon Diggs WR - BUF (vs . WAS)
Diggs hasn't produced massive numbers so far, but he's still drawn 21 targets and hauled in 13 receptions through two weeks of the season. After leading the league in receptions and receiving yards a year ago, there's no reason to overreact to his low output in the early goings of the season. Diggs remains a top-5 wideout against the Football Team in Week 3.
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DeAndre Hopkins Note
DeAndre Hopkins photo 17. DeAndre Hopkins WR - ARI (at JAC)
Deandre Hopkins is performing exactly how fantasy managers hoped he would when they drafted him as a top-5 WR off the board. He's the WR6 on the season up to this point and he's found the end zone in back-to-back games to begin the year. With the way this Cardinals offense is performing, Hopkins has a very good chance of finishing the season as the overall WR1 if his target share and red zone opportunities continue. Looking ahead to week three, Hopkins is expected to draw coverage from C.J. Henderson in this matchup, who is allowing an 83% catch rate so far this season and 1.12 Yards Per Route Covered. The Jaguars secondary is going to have their hands full with the plethora of receiving weapons Arizona boats, which means that Hopkins is going to have plenty of one-on-one opportunities this week. He can be viewed as a top-5 option yet again
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D.K. Metcalf Note
D.K. Metcalf photo 18. D.K. Metcalf WR - SEA (at MIN)
DK Metcalf has certainly been quiet through the Seahawks' first two games. While he saw his target share jump up to an impressive 35.5% in week two, he's still just the WR36 on the season. Lockett has been the star of the show here in Seattle and we're still waiting for the breakout performance for Metcalf this year. Against the Vikings defense that's allowing an average of 38.6 fantasy points per game to opposing WRs, Metcalf has a very good chance of coming through for managers this week. Fire him up as a high-end WR2.
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Saquon Barkley Note
Saquon Barkley photo 19. Saquon Barkley RB - NYG (vs . ATL)
Here's the good news: Saquon Barkley has logged 26 total touches through the first two weeks after working his way back from injury. The bad news? He's been borderline irrelevant for fantasy purposes. In week two, Barkley had a long run of 41 yards. If you take away that rush attempt, Barkley would've gone 12-16-0 on the ground. He's an incredibly volatile fantasy asset right now that's hurting lineups more than he's helping them. We know the talent level that he has, but this offensive line is consistently allowing pressure and preventing Barkley from getting going and he simply doesn't look to be operating at 100%. Until we see Barkley back to his full self - and seeing north of 20+ touches - we can't view him as more than a low-end RB2.
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Antonio Gibson Note
Antonio Gibson photo 20. Antonio Gibson RB - WAS (at BUF)
While Antonio Gibson watched from the sideline as McKissic scored a rushing touchdown last week in the two-minute drill right before the half, he now has 38 total touches through the first two weeks. The usage of McKissic is concerning, but there's the potential that Ron Rivera was relying on him because of Gibson missing time in practice early on last week combined with the fact that they played on Thursday. Regardless, there's no reason to panic on Gibson. He's averaging 4.8 YPC on the season and he's still getting the majority of the touches. Better days are ahead for the second-year player. He can be viewed as a low-end RB1/high-end RB2 this week.
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Calvin Ridley Note
Calvin Ridley photo 21. Calvin Ridley WR - ATL (at NYG)
Fantasy managers who invested a top pick on Ridley likely weren't expecting such minimal returns through two games. In that span, he has a 12/114/1 receiving line. His production has been less than ideal, but Ridley has still commanded 18 targets. He has a great opportunity to get back on track against the Giants in Week 3.
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Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 22. Tyler Lockett WR - SEA (at MIN)
C'mon fantasy community, are we really shocked? Lockett is coming off a 100-reception, 10-TD season, and just because his numbers were up-and-down from week-to-week in 2020, we're supposed to believe he's not an elite option. If you undervalued Lockett, shame on you. He currently sits as the WR1 in standard and WR2 in half-PPR. He's got another fantastic matchup in Week 3, where he's ranked as a top-3 option.
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Justin Jefferson Note
Justin Jefferson photo 23. Justin Jefferson WR - MIN (vs . SEA)
We're all acting like Jefferson isn't a valuable fantasy receiver just because Adam Thielen has scored more touchdowns, and KJ Osborn has garnered more yards thus far. I'm not ready to wave the white flag on a guy who's totaled a 11/136/1 receiving line on 19 targets.
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CeeDee Lamb Note
CeeDee Lamb photo 24. CeeDee Lamb WR - DAL (vs . PHI)
It's going to be fun to watch Lamb go against Darius Slay on Monday night. Slay has been a rock-solid cover man for a long time, but Lamb is special. He's commanding a 28.6% target share so far this season, and Lamb and Amari Cooper have a combined target share of 54.8%. Hard to blame Dak Prescott for wanting to throw to those two.
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A.J. Brown Note
A.J. Brown photo 25. A.J. Brown WR - TEN (vs . IND)
AJ Brown fell short of expectations in week two against the Seattle Seahawks, but there's no reason for fantasy managers to panic. Brown has now seen a 22.7% target share through the first two weeks and he has a favorable matchup in week two against the Colts defense that's ranked 29th in Pass DVOA. The target volume is still there for Brown and we should start to see things click for him in this offense sooner than later. He can be viewed as a low-end WR1/high-end WR2 this week.
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David Montgomery Note
David Montgomery photo 26. David Montgomery RB - CHI (at CLE)
David Montgomery looked like a completely different RB than what we had seen previously in week one, but he came back down to earth a little bit in week two against the Bengals defensive front. While we know that Montgomery is going to receive a massive workload on the ground - 20 rush attempts in week two - the upside might not be there in this matchup up against the Browns defensive front-7 that is currently ranked 6th in Rush DVOA. We can view him as a safe RB2 this week because we have confidence in his carry share, but we shouldn't be expecting a top-10 finish in this one against the defense that's allowing only 12.5 fantasy points per game to opposing RBs.
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Darren Waller Note
Darren Waller photo 27. Darren Waller TE - LV (vs . MIA)
Unsurprisingly, Waller leads his position in targets (21) and receiving yards (170). He trails only T.J. Hockenson in receptions and Gronk in receiving TDs (4). Don't get cute here. You'll be starting Waller this week.
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Cooper Kupp Note
Cooper Kupp photo 28. Cooper Kupp WR - LAR (vs . TB)
After week one, there was some questions still regarding whether or not Cooper Kupp would remain Stafford's favorite target or whether his performance was a product of the matchup that Kupp had on the field. Well, we have our answer: Stafford loves throwing to Kupp. Kupp has now seen 20 targets through two games, he's caught 80% of them, he's averaging 16.9 Yards Per Reception, and he now has three receiving touchdowns on the season. He's been the absolute steal of drafts so far this season and he's proving that he is not just someone that can be a reliable target underneath. He can also create after the catch, which is evidenced by his 9.2 Yards After Catch/Reception. At this point, Kupp's a locked-and-loaded mid-range WR1 every single week until further notice.
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Damien Harris Note
Damien Harris photo 29. Damien Harris RB - NE (vs . NO)
Aside from the fumble in week one, Damien Harris has been a revelation for fantasy managers. He's now third in the NFL in Missed Tackles Forced with 12, he's averaging 3.46 Yards After Contact/Attempt, and he's averaging over 4 YPC on 39 rush attempts. He's a phenomenal talent at the RB position and he's proving that he belongs in the conversation with some of the best runners in the game. However, despite those great metrics, Harris is still a risky investment for fantasy managers due to the offense that he plays in and the lack of pass-catching upside. The Patriots have always been known for rotating through their RBs and we could see that happen again here with Rhamondre Stevenson awaiting in the shadows for his opportunity. For the time being though, Harris is a rock-solid RB2 for your fantasy lineups. He comes with a very high floor and we know that the talent is there. He can be viewed as a mid-range RB2 for week three.
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Miles Sanders Note
Miles Sanders photo 30. Miles Sanders RB - PHI (at DAL)
Sanders was held in check a week ago, but that shouldn't stop you from playing him with full confidence against Dallas. The Cowboys defense is far from scary, and Sanders has already shown his upside with a 113-yard effort (including four receptions) in Week 1. He has yet to find the end zone, but I suspect that changes when the NFC East rivals clash on MNF.
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D.J. Moore Note
D.J. Moore photo 31. D.J. Moore WR - CAR (at HOU)
Through two weeks, DJ Moore now has 19 targets, 14 receptions, 159 receiving yards, and a touchdown to his name. He's putting on a show this season and reminding everyone why he's one of the more underrated WRs in the entire league. He's averaging 2.21 Yards Per Route Run, he's averaging 3.8 Yards After Catch/Reception, and he's thriving in contested situations as well with a 75% Contested Catch Rate. The Texans are not going to have an answer for Moore this week and he should continue to see a significant target share in this offense. You can start him as a mid-range WR2 with upside yet again.
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D'Andre Swift Note
D'Andre Swift photo 32. D'Andre Swift RB - DET (vs . BAL)
D'Andre Swift came back down to earth a little bit in week two, but was still able to provide fantasy managers with a solid floor. He's now leading the league in targets at the RB position with 16 and is ahead of players like CMC, James White, Mike Davis, etc. Even if the Lions aren't going to be able to get much done on the ground each week, which is the most likely outcome in this matchup against Baltimore, Swift still brings a safe floor because of his work in the receiving game. Swift can be viewed as a low-end RB2 this week that does present some upside.
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Clyde Edwards-Helaire Note
Clyde Edwards-Helaire photo 33. Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Have we finally reached the end of the road for hope that Clyde Edwards-Helaire will be a RB1 for fantasy football? CEH is seeing a respectable amount of work and we know that the offense he's in could lead to tremendous production for fantasy lineups, but it seems highly unlikely that we're ever going to see Edwards-Helaire be given the most valuable opportunities that translate to top-tier fantasy production. Through two weeks, CEH has a mere three targets despite being one of the best pass-catching RBs in the league. Additionally, fantasy managers watched in a panic on Sunday Night Football as Darrel Williams got the goal-line carry over CEH, which means that he's unlikely to ever see the rushing TD production we hoped to see when he entered the NFL and was drafted to the Chiefs in the first round. He will still be a very valuable RB2 moving forward, but unless we see Edwards-Helaire break away a long touchdown run or take one of his few targets to the house, he's unlikely to ever break the top-12. He can be viewed as a mid-range/low-end RB2 this week against the Chargers.
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Ty'Son Williams Note
Ty'Son Williams photo 34. Ty'Son Williams RB - BAL (at DET)
Can we all acknowledge that Ty'Son Williams looks great? It's hard to watch Williams on tape and not wonder why he was fourth on this depth chart to begin the season. Through two weeks, Williams is averaging a ridiculous 6.5 YPC and is posting nearly identical numbers on the ground to Nick Chubb. While Chubb's been able to find the end zone three times to Williams' one, Williams has been absolutely superb with his opportunity and he's becoming a reliable fantasy asset. Yes, we'd love to see him be used more around the goal-line instead of Murray, but he can be comfortably relied upon at this point as a RB2 for your fantasy lineups. Against the Detroit Lions defense that's allowing the most fantasy points per game to the RB position with 32.9, Williams is a smash start as a high-end RB2.
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Amari Cooper Note
Amari Cooper photo 35. Amari Cooper WR - DAL (vs . PHI)
As long as he's healthy, Coop is on the WR1 border in a favorable matchup. His production has seen numerous peaks and valleys throughout his career, so last week's crash back to earth wasn't too shocking.
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Adam Thielen Note
Adam Thielen photo 36. Adam Thielen WR - MIN (vs . SEA)
Adam Thielen has proven that he was worth taking the shot on at his pre-draft ADP after his performances through the first two weeks. While Thielen's YPR remains low, he's still heavily involved in this offense and is finding the end zone with regularity. Thielen should be viewed as a mid-range/low-end WR2 for this game.
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Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 37. Chris Godwin WR - TB (at LAR)
Chris Godwin continues to be extremely productive for fantasy football through two weeks. He's currently on pace for 110.5 receptions, 1419.5 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns in this prolific passing offense. While we know that he's not going to reach those insane benchmarks, he's going to be an extremely reliable fantasy asset moving forward. For week three, Godwin has a very difficult matchup in front of him against the Rams defense that's allowing the 6th-fewest fantasy points to opposing WRs so far this season, but we can feel extremely comfortable with his volume in this offense. Godwin can be viewed as a mid-range WR2 for week three.
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Mike Evans Note
Mike Evans photo 38. Mike Evans WR - TB (at LAR)
Welcome to the Mike Evans Experience, friends! After barely seeing the football thrown his way in week one, Evans took advantage of a plus matchup and came out with a dominant performance in week two. Evans is going to continue to be a very volatile fantasy asset moving forward, so it's important to not overreact after what we saw from him in week two. He'll have big games here or there, but he'll also hurt your lineups in some matchups. Against the Rams this week, it's probably best to view Evans as a low-end WR2 that has a wide range of outcomes.
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Keenan Allen Note
Keenan Allen photo 39. Keenan Allen WR - LAC (at KC)
Hard to bet against a guy with 21 targets and two straight 100-yard games, right? Allen has yet to find the end zone, but he's a target hog for a talented young quarterback playing in a competitive divisional matchup. Roll him out safely as a back-end WR1.
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Terry McLaurin Note
Terry McLaurin photo 40. Terry McLaurin WR - WAS (at BUF)
Do you remember that slight moment where we were concerned about Terry McLaurin after the Fitzpatrick injury? Yeah, me neither. Man, McLaurin's an incredible WR! He has now played with a rotating carousel at QB throughout his short NFL career and he's utterly dominated regardless of who's throwing him the ball. McLaurin is now averaging an 83.3% catch rate on the season, a 100% Contested Catch Rate on his five contested targets, and a 101.2 Passer Rating when targeted. Moving forward, we should have zero concerns about him based on who is throwing him the football. However, we should allow matchups to determine where exactly he slots in for WR rankings. He might not have ridiculous upside this week against a stout Buffalo secondary, but we wondered the same thing about the matchup last week with New York. Fire up McLaurin as a low-end WR1/high-end WR2 in week three.
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Deebo Samuel Note
Deebo Samuel photo 41. Deebo Samuel WR - SF (vs . GB)
As of right now, Deebo Samuel is the only 49ers WR that you can trust in your starting lineup. Samuel has started out the season on fire and is currently averaging 10.5 Yards After the Catch/Reception. He is currently tied with Rondale Moore for the league lead in Yards After the Catch and he has the most receiving yards in the NFL through two weeks. He has a tough matchup this week against the Packers secondary that is only allowing an average
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Mike Williams Note
Mike Williams photo 42. Mike Williams WR - LAC (at KC)
Mike Williams has been dominant through the first two weeks of the season. He's now averaging 11 targets, 7.5 receptions, 86.5 receiving yards, and one touchdown per contest. He's become an integral part of this offense - as evidenced by his 25.3% team target share - and he's excelling with the increased opportunity. Against the Chiefs, who are allowing 267 passing yards per game, Williams should be in line for another big performance. He can be viewed as a high-end WR3 in week three.
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Courtland Sutton Note
Courtland Sutton photo 43. Courtland Sutton WR - DEN (vs . NYJ)
After putting up a dud of a fantasy performance in week one, Courtland Sutton broke back onto the scene with 159 receiving yards in week two on a whopping 12 targets. With Jerry Jeudy out of the lineup, Sutton was able to take advantage of the opportunity and he showcased his top-tier talent play after play. Sutton had an absurd 5.13 Yards Per Route Run in week two and saw a ridiculous 136 Air Yards to go with a 35.3% target share. While he might have done this on your bench due to the unknowns after his week one performance, Sutton belongs back in your starting lineup this week against the Jets. Sutton is expected to draw coverage from Brandin Echols this week, who is being targeted on 15% of his routes covered and is no match for someone of Sutton's talent level. Sutton can be viewed as a low-end WR2 this week.
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Julio Jones Note
Julio Jones photo 44. Julio Jones WR - TEN (vs . IND)
Julio Jones and Tannehill got on the same page quickly after week one and it resulted in a big performance from Julio against the Seahawks. He averaged 21.3 Yards Per Reception last week on his six catches and he significantly outproduced Brown in the same offense. Moving forward, Jones should be viewed as a high-end WR2 with upside each and every week. Against the Colts defense that is allowing the 3rd most fantasy points to opposing WRs this season, Jones is a must-start option.
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Chase Edmonds Note
Chase Edmonds photo 45. Chase Edmonds RB - ARI (at JAC)
Chase Edmonds has been a very reliable fantasy asset for managers so far this season. Through two games, he is now the RB20 on the season in Half PPR scoring formats and he's providing a very safe floor week in and week out with his receiving workload. Edmonds and the Cardinals now get to take on the Jaguars defense that is allowing the 4th most fantasy points to opposing RBs so far this season and we should feel very comfortable starting Edmonds this week as a mid-range/low-end RB2.
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Allen Robinson II Note
Allen Robinson II photo 46. Allen Robinson II WR - CHI (at CLE)
Allen Robinson found the end zone once last week - it should have been twice, but I digress - but otherwise was highly uninvolved in the game plan. Robinson is only averaging 29.5 receiving yards per game through the first two contests and he's seen a total of 39 Air Yards. For context, Quez Watkins, Tim Patrick, Braxton Berrios, and Chester Rogers are just a few of the names that have all seen more Air Yards than ARob. We should see Robinson start to bounce back as the season moves along, but this isn't exactly what fantasy managers wanted to see when they spent a 3rd or 4th-round pick on the veteran wideout. With Fields at QB, we should see this offense start to open up but we can't trust Robinson as a locked-and-loaded WR1 until we see it happen on the field. He can be viewed as a low-end WR2 for this contest.
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Robert Woods Note
Robert Woods photo 47. Robert Woods WR - LAR (vs . TB)
Woods seems to be the forgotten man in Los Angeles with Cooper Kupp commanding so many targets and sitting as the current WR1 overall. Still, Woods should get his share of looks in what figures to be a track meet between two NFC juggernauts Sunday. Woods is worth a gamble as a back-end WR1.
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Marquise Brown Note
Marquise Brown photo 48. Marquise Brown WR - BAL (at DET)
Another game, another week where Marquise Brown found the end zone. Through two weeks, Brown is currently averaging 6-91-1 and he's currently on pace for over 1,500 yards and 17 touchdowns! Despite the questionable tag going into Sunday night, Brown showed up big and provided Jackson with a reliable receiving option when he so desperately needed one. At this point, we have to buy into what Brown is doing on the field in Baltimore and put him in the FLEX conversation each week. Against a Detroit secondary that has lost Jeffrey Okudah and Ifeatu Melifonwu to significant injuries, Brown could be in line for another monstrous performance. Fire him up as a low-end WR3/high-end FLEX play.
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Kareem Hunt Note
Kareem Hunt photo 49. Kareem Hunt RB - CLE (vs . CHI)
The Browns' running game will be tested by a Bears defense that has thus far allowed 71.5 rushing yards per game and 3.3 yards per carry, doing a reasonably good job of keeping Darrell Henderson and Joe Mixon in check in the first two weeks. The Bears have allowed only three receptions to opposing RBs, but the Cleveland backs don't really need passing-game production to succeed in a given week. Chubb is averaging a ridiculous 6.8 yards per carry, has three TD runs and is the RB4 in fantasy scoring (half-point PPR). We haven't seen Hunt do much in the passing game yet (4-30-0), but he had a TD run against the Chiefs in Week 1 and had 13 carries for 51 yards in last week's run-heavy win over the Texans. Same old, same old: Chubb is a midrange RB1, Hunt a lower-end RB2.
2 days ago
James Robinson Note
James Robinson photo 50. James Robinson RB - JAC (vs . ARI)
To quote Slinky from Toy Story 2 - I have a three-year-old son and this is the only movie we ever watch, cut me some slack - "I've got some good news and I've got some bad news." James Robinson dominated the carry share in week two after seeing only five carries in week one. He ran the ball 11 times in week two as compared to Carlos Hyde's two rush attempts, so this is good news for fantasy managers that spent a higher pick on Robinson. The bad news is that it didn't amount to much and he finished as the RB29 on the week. Robinson should continue to see the majority of the touches in this offense moving forward, but if the offense is going to struggle this much, it's not going to equate to a ton of fantasy production. Robinson can be viewed as a high-end RB3 this week in a tough matchup against the Arizona Cardinals that ranks 6th in Total DVOA.
1 day ago
Ja'Marr Chase Note
Ja'Marr Chase photo 51. Ja'Marr Chase WR - CIN (at PIT)
Don't blink, but Chase has scored in each of his first two NFL games, and now Tee Higgins' status for Sunday's showdown with the Steelers in question. Chase is a top-15 option against a Steelers' defense whose strength is in stopping the run.
1 day ago
Melvin Gordon III Note
Melvin Gordon III photo 52. Melvin Gordon III RB - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Melvin Gordon is now averaging 5.5 YPC on the season, but that number is inflated by a 70-yard run that he had in week one. With Gordon being entrenched in a 50/50 split with Williams in this backfield, it's unlikely that we can ever comfortably rely on Gordon as a starting option this season. He'll have his games where he finishes as a top-15 RB option, but it's going to be nearly impossible to predict when those are coming. For the time being, Gordon should be viewed as a mid-range RB3 that will need to find the end zone to push his way into the top-20.
1 day ago
Chase Claypool Note
Chase Claypool photo 53. Chase Claypool WR - PIT (vs . CIN)
As a Claypool investor, I love that he saw nine targets last week, even if he and Ben Roethlisberger connected on only three of them. Efficiency really isn't the name of the game for Claypool. With his 6-4, 238-pound frame and 4.4 speed, Claypool is a big play waiting to happen. He was thwarted in Week 1 by a matchup against Tre'Davious White but was still able to collect 70 scrimmage yards. He had 70 receiving yards against the Raiders in Week 2. Now he'll get face time with a pair of beatable outside cornerbacks for the Bengals, Eli Apple and Chidobe Awuzie, in a game where the Steelers could be without Diontae Johnson (knee). It's an intriguing spot for Claypool, who falls into upper-end WR3 range. If Johnson is ruled out, I'll get Claypool into at least one DraftKings lineup at $5,800.
2 days ago
Myles Gaskin Note
Myles Gaskin photo 54. Myles Gaskin RB - MIA (at LV)
Myles Gaskin certainly hasn't been as productive as fantasy managers would like through two games, but he's still providing a safe floor week after week with his receiving workload. He has run 40 Receiving Routes out of the backfield in the first two games, which is tied with David Montgomery and Joe Mixon for the 18th-most at the RB position. Until we see his workload on the ground increase, we're probably not going to talk about Gaskin as a top-20 RB. However, he's still in the low-end RB2 conversation due to his high floor.
1 day ago
T.J. Hockenson Note
T.J. Hockenson photo 55. T.J. Hockenson TE - DET (vs . BAL)
Hockenson is the TE1 this week. Yeah, I said it. I'm ready to proclaim it from the rooftops - "Hock over Kelce!" Through two games, Hock trails only Darren Waller in receptions and yards at his position. He trails only Rob Gronkowski in TDs. Hock gets a huge plus matchup with the Ravens this week where I'll be ranking him as the overall TE1.
1 day ago
Javonte Williams Note
Javonte Williams photo 56. Javonte Williams RB - DEN (vs . NYJ)
This Denver Broncos offense could absolutely lead to a top-15 fantasy RB if one of them were to receive the majority of the carries. However, Javonte Williams and Gordon are entrenched in an absolute 50/50 time split. Williams saw 14 opportunities to Gordon's 15 last week and he finished with 74 total yards as compared to Gordon's 69 total yards. As of right now, there's no way we can trust either one of these players in our starting lineups as reliable contributors for week three. While they might see enough work to return RB3 value, there's no telling which option is going to find the end zone and push his way into the top-20. Williams can be viewed as a high-end RB3/FLEX play at best.
1 day ago
DeVonta Smith Note
DeVonta Smith photo 57. DeVonta Smith WR - PHI (at DAL)
Smith followed up an impressive debut with kind of a clunker in Week 2, catching 2 of 7 targets for 16 yards. That stat line isn't that bothersome when you consider that Smith already has 224 air yards, That's a great sign for alpha usage. Smith falls into mid-level WR3 range and is worth firing up on Monday night.
2 days ago
Mike Davis Note
Mike Davis photo 58. Mike Davis RB - ATL (at NYG)
Mike Davis has now seen 37 opportunities (rush attempts + targets) through two weeks, but it hasn't exactly amounted to much for fantasy football. He's just the RB31 on the season up to this point and is behind multiple other players who aren't seeing anywhere close to the type of volume that he has in this Falcons offense. We need to adjust our expectations for Davis this season and simply view him as a safe option for fantasy lineups that presents very little upside. He won't hurt your team due to the amount of touches he'll have each week, but he's not necessarily going to help your lineup either. He's worth considering as a low-end RB2 in this matchup against the Giants though as New York is allowing an average of 22.3 fantasy points to opposing RBs this season.
1 day ago
George Kittle Note
George Kittle photo 59. George Kittle TE - SF (vs . GB)
George Kittle has been a bit of a disappointment for fantasy managers through two weeks. He's currently just the TE13 on the season and is being significantly outproduced by Darren Waller who was being drafted right next to him in pre-draft ADP. This 49ers offense looks downright dysfunctional right now, but better days should be ahead. Continue to start Kittle as a mid-range TE1 moving forward and hopefully we see a higher target share this week than the 13.3% that he saw in week two.
1 day ago
Brandin Cooks Note
Brandin Cooks photo 60. Brandin Cooks WR - HOU (vs . CAR)
Previously, there had been some discussion centering around the other receiving options that the Texans have on their roster. There was the potential that someone else could step up and take advantage of the projected passing volume if the Texans were playing from behind a lot. However, those discussions should be happening no longer after what we witnessed in week two from this offense. Brandin Cooks saw a 48% target share in week two, which resulted in 14 total targets. The next highest target share on the team resulted in two total targets. Cooks has shattered expectations every single place he has been throughout his career and he's doing it again here in Houston this season. He now has more targets on the season than Cooper Kupp, Deebo Samuel, DJ Moore, etc. and is performing well with the opportunity. Cooks can be viewed as a safe high-end WR3 again this week.
1 day ago
Kenny Golladay Note
Kenny Golladay photo 61. Kenny Golladay WR - NYG (vs . ATL)
Maybe it's the fact that he's still working his way back from a hamstring injury, but it hasn't been all sunshine-and-roses for Kenny Golladay in New York. He's made some splash plays in contested situations throughout his first two games as a Giant, but he has a mere 50% catch rate, he's averaging only .6 Yards After Catch per Reception, and he has only a 74.1 Passer Rating when targeted. Jones has been more effective on the ground than he has been as a passer through two weeks and Golladay's partly to blame for it. With that being said, Golladay now gets to take on the Atlanta Falcons secondary that has seen the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers light them up through the first two weeks. We can't trust Golladay as anything more than a boom-or-bust WR3, but the upside is certainly there this week.
1 day ago
Marvin Jones Jr. Note
Marvin Jones Jr. photo 62. Marvin Jones Jr. WR - JAC (vs . ARI)
At this point, we might be moving towards Marvin Jones being the only Jacksonville Jaguars WR that you want to start in fantasy lineups this season. DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault have failed to make any sort of impact with their opportunity this season in a bad offense and they're falling outside of the low-end FLEX conversation in my rankings. Meanwhile, Jones is proving that he's the only reliable option in this Jaguars passing game and he's getting the job done for fantasy football. He's now averaging 9.5 targets, 5.5 receptions, 66 receiving yards, and one touchdown per game and is the WR15 up to this point. The Cardinals defense should give this Jaguars passing game a fit on Sunday, but Jones has proven that he can succeed despite a tougher matchup and inconsistent QB play. He can be viewed as a high-end WR3 in week three.
1 day ago
Mark Andrews Note
Mark Andrews photo 63. Mark Andrews TE - BAL (at DET)
Fantasy managers haven't exactly gotten what they hoped for when they drafted Mark Andrews early on in their drafts as he's now the TE22 on the season through two weeks. With all the injuries Baltimore experienced during training camp, it was a foregone conclusion that Andrews was walking into a massive target share in this offense to start the season. However, Andrews has only seen an 18.2% target share through the first two games and he's not exactly doing much with his opportunity. He's only averaging four receptions, 38.5 receiving yards, and zero touchdowns per game and that's not going to be enough to keep him in the top-tier of fantasy options. If Andrews doesn't produce in this matchup against the Detroit Lions, we could be barreling towards fantasy managers around the globe panicking in the streets.
1 day ago
Leonard Fournette Note
Leonard Fournette photo 64. Leonard Fournette RB - TB (at LAR)
We're now through two games and we still don't have much more clarity on this Buccaneers backfield situation than we did after week one. After being declared the "starter" by Bruce Arians going into week two, Ronald Jones came out and took a back seat to Leonard Fournette yet again. At this point, Jones cannot be trusted in fantasy lineups across any format. Fournette is seeing the bulk of the work and he's producing with the opportunity, but it's still not enough to put him into the weekly RB2 conversation. Moving forward, he's simply just a volatile FLEX play that you plug into your lineup and hope that he finds the end zone. If you can, I'd look to avoid this backfield altogether.
1 day ago
Darrell Henderson Jr. Note
Darrell Henderson Jr. photo 65. Darrell Henderson Jr. RB - LAR (vs . TB)
As long as he's healthy to go, Henderson (ankle) should be in the RB2 conversation. He gets a difficult draw with TB, but there should be fireworks when these two high-powered offenses meet in Week 3. Through two weeks, Hendo has 33 total touches for 169 yards and a pair of scores.
2 days ago
Kenyan Drake Note
Kenyan Drake photo 66. Kenyan Drake RB - LV (vs . MIA)
With Josh Jacobs out last week, Drake only saw one more touch than he did in Week 1, so the boost in opportunities was surely exaggerated. Still, Drake has caught 10 balls this season, and his work as a receiver gives him a study floor in PPR formats. C'mon - you're not playing Peyton Barber this week, right?
1 day ago
Sterling Shepard Note
Sterling Shepard photo 67. Sterling Shepard WR - NYG (vs . ATL)
Raise your hand if you saw Sterling Shepard being more productive and a better fantasy asset than Golladay in New York? Alright, give yourself a pat on the back, you deserve it. Shepard's been superb through two weeks. He's averaging 9.5 targets, eight catches, and 103.5 yards per game through the first two matchups. He's also found the end zone once through that time span, which is putting Shepard consistently in the low-end WR3 conversation. Against the Falcons, who just saw Mike Evans and Chris Godwin gash them repeatedly in week two, Shepard's in line for another stellar outing. He can be viewed as a mid-range WR3 option that brings an incredibly high floor.
1 day ago
Rondale Moore Note
Rondale Moore photo 68. Rondale Moore WR - ARI (at JAC)
Rondale Moore has been a revelation for fantasy managers so far this season. He's the WR19 on the entire year up to this point and is producing ridiculous numbers for a rookie WR. With the offense being as high-powered as it is, Moore has been able to take advantage of his limited snap share and make an impact for fantasy lineups. He only has an ADOT of 3.9 yards on the entire season, but he's averaging a ridiculous 14.3 YAC/Reception. In fact, 157 of Moore's 183 receiving yards have come after the catch. In this matchup against the Jaguars, who have struggled to slow down opposing passing games like Houston and Denver, Moore should be in line for another big performance. He can be viewed as a high-end FLEX play with massive upside.
1 day ago
JuJu Smith-Schuster Note
JuJu Smith-Schuster photo 69. JuJu Smith-Schuster WR - PIT (vs . CIN)
JuJu has been sharing short-area targets with Diontae Johnson, and there are a lot of them to go around in a Pittsburgh passing game that's gone increasingly horizontal in recent years. If Johnson is out with a knee injury, JuJu should be a near-lock for double-digit targets, and he'll have a winnable matchup against ex-Steeler Mike Hilton. Even if Johnson plays, JuJu is still flex-worthy.
2 days ago
Robby Anderson Note
Robby Anderson photo 70. Robby Anderson WR - CAR (at HOU)
In 2020, Robby Anderson was a fantasy football steal due to the target volume he was seeing in this Carolina offense. Fast forward to 2021 and it hasn't been as smooth for the veteran wideout. He's now only seen eight targets through two games, which equates to a mere 10.9% target share. He still has the big play potential that we saw during his time in New York, so he'll still have value as a FLEX option week in and week out. However, the days of us viewing Anderson as a sure-fire WR2 seem to be behind us. Against the Texans, we could see a big play or two from Anderson, but the floor is a bit lower than we might want to see. He can be viewed as a low-end WR3/high-end FLEX play for week three.
1 day ago
Rob Gronkowski Note
Rob Gronkowski photo 71. Rob Gronkowski TE - TB (at LAR)
Gronk sits as THE TE1 through two weeks, so I'm naturally ranking him as TE7 for Week 3. Seriously, it's tough to bet against a former Hall-of-Famer who looks like he's in his prime again, even in a difficult matchup. Consider Gronk a set-and-forget TE in 2021.
1 day ago
Michael Pittman Jr. Note
Michael Pittman Jr. photo 72. Michael Pittman Jr. WR - IND (at TEN)
It's unfortunate that just when Pittman started to click with Carson Wentz in their second game together, Wentz got hurt and will now miss at least one game, maybe more. Pittman had eight catches for 123 yards against the Rams last week, the best game of his NFL career to date. Not only will Pittman be working with a backup quarterback, he also figures to be taking most of his snaps against second-year Titans CB Kristian Fulton, who did a terrific job of Keeping Seattle's D.K. Metcalf in check last week. Pittman falls into WR4 range for me, and it's probably a good week to keep him on your bench.
2 days ago
Jamaal Williams Note
Jamaal Williams photo 73. Jamaal Williams RB - DET (vs . BAL)
Jamaal Williams looked like he was on his way to being a key part of the Lions offense after week one, but his usage fell off a cliff in week two. Williams only amassed 10 total touches against his former team and he failed to live up to the lofty expectations fantasy managers had going into that matchup. If Williams' usage is going to be this unpredictable, he's going to be a difficult fantasy asset to manage. We simply won't know what weeks are times that he's going to explode for a big performance or if he's going to disappear. Moving forward, Williams needs to be viewed as a mid-range RB3 every single week where we can live with the potential range of outcomes.
1 day ago
Tyler Boyd Note
Tyler Boyd photo 74. Tyler Boyd WR - CIN (at PIT)
Tyler Boyd had a nice bounce-back performance in week two after his disappointing outing in week one, but it still didn't lead to anything outstanding for fantasy football. He took advantage of a favorable CB matchup in the Bears secondary and Burrow looked his way for nine targets last week. Boyd should continue to provide at least a safe floor each week for fantasy managers, but there's very little upside with Burrow looking Chase and Higgins' way in the red zone. Boyd can be viewed as a high-end FLEX play in Full PPR formats.
1 day ago
D.J. Chark Jr. Note
D.J. Chark Jr. photo 75. D.J. Chark Jr. WR - JAC (vs . ARI)
At this point, we might be moving towards Marvin Jones being the only Jacksonville Jaguars WR that you want to start in fantasy lineups this season. DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault have failed to make any sort of impact with their opportunity this season in a bad offense and they're falling outside of the low-end FLEX conversation in my rankings.
1 day ago
Corey Davis Note
Corey Davis photo 76. Corey Davis WR - NYJ (at DEN)
Corey Davis looked like he was well on his way to being a fantasy draft steal after week one's performance and then the offense imploded in week two against New England. Davis hurt fantasy managers last week and it's going to be hard to erase that sting he left after putting up two fantasy points in your starting lineup, but the offense should rebound enough this upcoming week to view Davis as a safe option. He has a tough matchup against the Denver Broncos secondary that's allowing only 18.3 fantasy points per game to opposing WRs so far this season, but the Jets coaching staff should be intentional about getting the ball in Davis' hands and helping him take pressure off of Wilson. He can be viewed as a mid-range/low-end WR3.
1 day ago
Kyle Pitts Note
Kyle Pitts photo 77. Kyle Pitts TE - ATL (at NYG)
Pitts broke out with a 5/73 line in Week 2, and he'll look to hit the end zone for the first time in his NFL career in Week 3. Consider him a top-5 option against the Giants.
1 day ago
Jaylen Waddle Note
Jaylen Waddle photo 78. Jaylen Waddle WR - MIA (at LV)
It will be interesting to see what Miami's target distribution looks like with the return of Will Fuller this week. Waddle has blazing speed, but his average depth of target so far is 5.2 yards, so he and Fuller won't necessarily be competing for the same downfield targets. Waddle is off to a nice start, with 10 catches for 109 yards and a touchdown. Hopefully Fuller's return won't cut into the rookie's target load. I'm not especially eager to start Waddle this week with a backup quarterback forced into action for Miami and Fuller returning to action, but it will be interesting to see if Waddle can decisively win a rookie vs. rookie matchup with CB Nate Hobbs.
2 days ago
Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 79. Devin Singletary RB - BUF (vs . WAS)
Devin Singletary's been solid for fantasy purposes through the first two weeks, but he's doing it on the back of insane efficiency. Singletary is only averaging 12 carries per game so far this season, but his 6.4 YPC is inflating his fantasy value currently. He had a significant breakaway run in week two that resulted in a touchdown, but otherwise Singletary's been living and dying on unsustainable efficiency. He now faces off against a defense that is only allowing 11.9 fantasy points per game to opposing RBs and there might not be much room to roam in this one. Singletary should be viewed as a mid-range RB3.
1 day ago
Jakobi Meyers Note
Jakobi Meyers photo 80. Jakobi Meyers WR - NE (vs . NO)
Jakobi Meyers has certainly cemented himself as one of the top target leaders in this Patriots offense with a 22.4% team target share so far, but it's not translating to as much fantasy success as we'd all like to see. With Jones' tendency to keep things near the line of scrimmage, Meyers isn't able to contribute as much for fantasy lineups as he could potentially somewhere else. Through two weeks, Meyers is averaging five receptions, 41 yards, and zero touchdowns. That's fine for low-end FLEX value, but we might need to adjust our expectations for Meyers based on the offense he's in and how it's currently structured. Against New Orleans, we could see Jones struggle in this matchup, which means that Meyers might not see the type of yardage needed to push him up into the top-36. He can be viewed as a high-floor FLEX option.
1 day ago
Tony Pollard Note
Tony Pollard photo 81. Tony Pollard RB - DAL (vs . PHI)
It seems like we've been subjected to a wave of Pollard-mania this week. He's a talented dude, no question. I wouldn't knock him because I have him on a bunch of teams, both dynasty and redraft. But just consider the case of the starter vs. the relief pitcher in baseball. The starter has to apportion his energy in a sensible way, making sure he has enough high-octane stuff left in the tank for the middle innings, occasionally using guile and cunning in place of pure velocity. The relief pitcher can come in and throw fastballs as hard as he can because he only has to do it for 15-20 pitches. There might be a similar dynamic at work with Zeke and Pollard, so I don't want to be too quick to jump on the "Pollard is better" train. I did find it interesting that Pollard either took a handoff or was targeted with a pass on 16 of his 21 snaps in Week 2. When he's in the game, the Cowboys want to let him pump those 100 mph fastballs.
2 days ago
Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 82. Tim Patrick WR - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Tim Patrick did what Tim Patrick does in week two. He came in, produced with his opportunity, and helped fantasy managers. While it wasn't a high yardage output, he did find the end zone yet again as a receiver and he has an excellent chance of doing that again here this week. Bridgewater should have a solid game passing this week and Patrick is going to be the clear WR2 in this offense that should see plenty of opportunity. He's still only rostered in 23% of Yahoo leagues, which simply does not make sense. Go pick him up and plug him into your starting lineups this week as a high-end FLEX option.
1 day ago
Cole Beasley Note
Cole Beasley photo 83. Cole Beasley WR - BUF (vs . WAS)
Cole Beasley continues to fill a very valuable role for the Bills offense, but it's not translating to reliable fantasy production just yet. With the offense taking a step back from what we saw on the field last season, Beasley's role isn't providing as much fantasy value as what we anticipated. He's now averaging 6-48-0 through the first two weeks of the season and that's just enough to put him in the low-end FLEX conversation for Full PPR formats. He has a tough matchup this week against Kendall Fuller, so it's probably best to just leave Beasley on your bench for this one.
1 day ago
Darnell Mooney Note
Darnell Mooney photo 84. Darnell Mooney WR - CHI (at CLE)
Darnell Mooney has now seen a 23.8% team target share through two weeks and he saw that number jump up to 34.8% in week two against the Bengals. Fields was looking Mooney's way regularly and we know that he has the talent to capitalize on his opportunity. Mooney and the Bears WR room gets a matchup against the Browns who are middle-of-the-pack in fantasy points allowed to opposing wideouts, so there's very little reason to be concerned about starting the second-year wideout in week three. He can be viewed as a high-upside FLEX play.
1 day ago
Laviska Shenault Jr. Note
Laviska Shenault Jr. photo 85. Laviska Shenault Jr. WR - JAC (vs . ARI)
At this point, we might be moving towards Marvin Jones being the only Jacksonville Jaguars WR that you want to start in fantasy lineups this season. DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault have failed to make any sort of impact with their opportunity this season in a bad offense and they're falling outside of the low-end FLEX conversation in my rankings.
1 day ago
Noah Fant Note
Noah Fant photo 86. Noah Fant TE - DEN (vs . NYJ)
It wasn't a high yardage total kind of day for Fant in week two, but he was able to save his fantasy day by finding the end zone. With Jeudy out of the lineup, Fant is stepping up as a reliable receiving option over the middle of the field for Bridgewater and it's translating to fantasy success. Against the Jets defense, Bridgewater should have a very solid performance and Fant's going to be at the center of it. He can be viewed as a low-end TE1 again this week.
1 day ago
Henry Ruggs III Note
Henry Ruggs III photo 87. Henry Ruggs III WR - LV (vs . MIA)
Henry Ruggs is finally starting to breakout and showcase his playmaking ability that made him worthy of the No. 12 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Ruggs is averaging 22.6 YPR on the season and a healthy 2.45 Yards Per Route Run. For context, CeeDee Lamb is sitting at 2.47 YPRR and Terry McLaurin is at 2.22 YPRR. He's making the most of his increased opportunity in this offense that's suddenly very high-powered and Carr is leaning on him for his big-play ability. If Ruggs can keep up his absurd 8.0 Yards After Catch/Reception mark, he's consistently going to be in the FLEX conversation due to his upside. In a matchup against the Dolphins, it's probably best to downgrade Ruggs slightly, but he's still a solid high-end FLEX play.
1 day ago
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 88. Nelson Agholor WR - NE (vs . NO)
Nelson Agholor has proven that he can be a reliable target for a QB - as evidenced by his 146.8 Passer Rating when targeted this season - but with the current state of the offense, there's very little upside for someone with Agholor's skillset. Agholor thrives on a deep passes and being able to open up the offense with his vertical speed, but Jones is consistently keeping things close to the vest and is simply looking to keep the offense on schedule. If this is the case, Agholor's going to have very little value for fantasy lineups moving forward. He might have a big play here or there, but his consistency is going to be very hard to predict.
1 day ago
Sammy Watkins Note
Sammy Watkins photo 89. Sammy Watkins WR - BAL (at DET)
Sammy Watkins continues to do just enough in this Baltimore offense to keep him in the weekly redraft conversation, but we've played this game with him multiple times before. We know the risks that come with putting Watkins into our starting lineups at this point, which makes him an unappealing fantasy asset. If you do end up putting him into your FLEX spot in your starting lineup this week, there's the potential that he explodes in a fantastic matchup. Or there's also a very strong possibility that he disappears, which he's done before in countless fantasy lineups. Buyer beware!
1 day ago
Christian Kirk Note
Christian Kirk photo 90. Christian Kirk WR - ARI (at JAC)
Christian Kirk has been superb for the Cardinals so far this season. With 88% of his snaps coming out of the slot, Kirk is finally in the position he needs to find fantasy success and it's translating on the field. He's boasting a ridiculous 88.9% catch rate so far and 16.9 Yards Per Reception to go with an 18.1 ADOT. He now gets to take on the Jaguars defense that is allowing the 12th most fantasy points to the WR position and we should easily see Murray throw for 300+ yards again this week. If that's the case, Kirk belongs in your starting lineup as a solid high-end FLEX play.
1 day ago
Tyler Higbee Note
Tyler Higbee photo 91. Tyler Higbee TE - LAR (vs . TB)
Tyler Higbee was nearly shut out in week two after posting solid numbers against the Bears in week one. With that being said, he had a tougher matchup against the Colts in week two that traditionally keeps opposing TEs in check. He's still being heavily utilized in this offense though and was on the field for 59 snaps in week two with running 26 routes (the same amount that he ran in week one). The Bucs linebackers could keep Higbee in check again this week, but he's still seeing enough opportunity in this offense to warrant low-end TE1 consideration.
1 day ago
DeVante Parker Note
DeVante Parker photo 92. DeVante Parker WR - MIA (at LV)
If Will Fuller's return this week is going to kneecap the fantasy value of someone in this WR corps, Parker is probably the most likely candidate. Aside from his 2019 breakout, he's been a marginal fantasy contributor, and that was with far less target competition at the WR position. Keep Parker on the bench this week. You might soon be reassessing whether he warrants a spot on your roster.
2 days ago
James Conner Note
James Conner photo 93. James Conner RB - ARI (at JAC)
James Conner has filled a reliable role for Arizona so far this season, but it's not necessarily translating to consistent fantasy production. He hasn't been very efficient with his 24 total carries - 3.3 YPC - and he has yet to record any Breakaway Yards on the year. Breakaway Yards is a stat measured by PFF that records rushing yardage off of 15+ yard runs. He is simply taking what the defense gives him up to this point, which normally means that we shouldn't look his way for fantasy purposes. However, Conner does get to take on the Jaguars defense this week that allowed the Houston Texans to run all over them in week one. With the projected game-script, Conner could be in line for a more significant workload this week and he could be used around the goal-line. A lot of things have to line up for Conner to be a top-30 RB, but this is about as good of a situation for him as any. He can be viewed as a mid-range RB3 this week against Jacksonville.
1 day ago
Latavius Murray Note
Latavius Murray photo 94. Latavius Murray RB - BAL (at DET)
Latavius Murray has settled in nicely to his new home in Baltimore pretty quickly and he's making an impact for this roster as a complimentary piece to Ty'Son. He has found the end zone in back-to-back weeks, but his efficiency metrics aren't where they need to be yet with his typical volume for him to move into the FLEX conversation. In order for Murray to not hurt your starting lineup, he needs to find the end zone and that's not something that I'm comfortable rolling with on my fantasy rosters. Murray's still just a bench stash for me moving forward, although he could be pushed into the FLEX this week if you're in a pinch simply because of the matchup. If there's ever going to be a matchup that you feel comfortable with Murray being projected to find the end zone, it's this one.
1 day ago
Mecole Hardman Note
Mecole Hardman photo 95. Mecole Hardman WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Hardman was able to put together a solid fantasy day in week two, but this happened with Hill being barely involved in the offense. The targets will begin to funnel back towards Hill in future weeks, which makes Hardman an inconsistent option for fantasy lineups moving forward. He can be viewed as a low-end FLEX option.
1 day ago
Dallas Goedert Note
Dallas Goedert photo 96. Dallas Goedert TE - PHI (at DAL)
Zach Ertz is currently on the COVID-19/Reserve list at the time of writing, but he is vaccinated so there's the possibility that he returns for this matchup. With it being on Monday night, we're probably not going to have the clarity needed before lineups lock to determine where exactly to view Dallas Goedert. If Ertz is out for this matchup, Goedert could potentially finish as a top-5 option in a very favorable matchup. However, if Ertz does end up playing, Goedert has a capped ceiling. It's probably best to view Goedert as a low-end TE1 until we get more information.
1 day ago
Mark Ingram II Note
Mark Ingram II photo 97. Mark Ingram II RB - HOU (vs . CAR)
If you had told me before the start of the season that Mark Ingram would have more carries through two weeks than David Montgomery, I would've told you that you were beyond insane. However, that's where we're at right now with the NFL and this already wacky season. While Ingram is receiving the majority of the workload for the Houston Texans, it's still not equating to reliable fantasy production. Ingram saw 14 carries against the Browns in week two, but it only resulted in 41 yards and no score. If you're in an absolute pinch, Ingram can be picked up off of the waiver wire and started, but he presents little to no upside any given week.
1 day ago
Will Fuller V Note
Will Fuller V photo 98. Will Fuller V WR - MIA (at LV)
In Week 1, Fuller served the final game of a six-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing substances policy. He also missed Week 2 due to an undisclosed personal issue. Now he's back, and we'll find out if there are enough targets and receptions in this offense to make Fuller, Jaylen Waddle and DeVante Parker fantasy-viable. The guess here is that there aren't, and at least one of these guys will fall by the wayside. Fuller may have the clearest niche as the designated field stretcher, although he showed last year in Houston that he could be effective in all areas of the field. The Raiders don't pose the most daunting of matchups, but I'd still be reluctant to start Fuller this week unless you're in a pinch. With Jacoby Brissett at quarterback, there may not be a lot of wealth to spread around between three receivers.
2 days ago
Ronald Jones II Note
Ronald Jones II photo 99. Ronald Jones II RB - TB (at LAR)
We're now through two games and we still don't have much more clarity on this Buccaneers backfield situation than we did after week one. After being declared the "starter" by Bruce Arians going into week two, Ronald Jones came out and took a back seat to Leonard Fournette yet again. At this point, Jones cannot be trusted in fantasy lineups across any format. Fournette is seeing the bulk of the work and he's producing with the opportunity, but it's still not enough to put him into the weekly RB2 conversation. Moving forward, he's simply just a volatile FLEX play that you plug into your lineup and hope that he finds the end zone. If you can, I'd look to avoid this backfield altogether.
1 day ago
Logan Thomas Note
Logan Thomas photo 100. Logan Thomas TE - WAS (at BUF)
Logan Thomas remains heavily involved in this offense through two weeks. He's now run 70 Receiving Routes - 68.3% of which are out of the slot - and he has a Passer Rating of 131.3 when targeted. He's an incredibly talented player that is being sent out as a receiver for the majority of the snaps, which is exactly what fantasy managers want to see from their TE. The Bills have been a stingy defense through two weeks, but Thomas is too involved in this offense to bump outside of the top-12 at the position. He can be viewed as a low-end TE1 again this week.
1 day ago
Odell Beckham Jr. Note
Odell Beckham Jr. photo 101. Odell Beckham Jr. WR - CLE (vs . CHI)
The Browns' wide receivers have thus far accounted for only 33.3% of team targets and 32.5% of team receptions. The leader in both categories is Jarvis Landry, who's out with an MCL injury. Beckham is finally ready to come back after tearing his ACL last October. It's unclear whether he'll play a full complement of snaps. The speedy Schwartz has six targets so far, tied for the team high among receivers, but he's only playing about half the offensive snaps and can't be trusted in lineups. Even in an appealing matchup against a weak group of Chicago cornerbacks, this group should be avoided
2 days ago
Bryan Edwards Note
Bryan Edwards photo 102. Bryan Edwards WR - LV (vs . MIA)
With Carr playing lights out through the first two weeks, we're finally able to talk about the Vegas WRs as fantasy relevant options. Bryan Edwards has shown that he's worthy of a bigger role in an offense than what we saw out of him in his rookie season and he's making an impact on the field. Edwards now has more Air Yards (92) this season than players like Adam Thielen, Mike Evans, Justin Jefferson, and Calvin Ridley just to name a few. Carr is looking to push the ball downfield and Edwards is coming up with some big plays as a result. While he could've had a much bigger performance in week one with a touchdown that got called back, he's still providing a safe floor week after week. With that being said, this matchup up against the Miami Dolphins secondary isn't a great one on paper. They're only allowing 19.9 fantasy points per game to opposing WRs and Carr might not be 100% himself this week, which makes playing Edwards a risky move. He's probably best left on your bench, but if you're in a pinch he can be started as a low-end FLEX option.
1 day ago
Jalen Reagor Note
Jalen Reagor photo 103. Jalen Reagor WR - PHI (at DAL)
Sony Michel Note
Sony Michel photo 104. Sony Michel RB - LAR (vs . TB)
Darius Slayton Note
Darius Slayton photo 105. Darius Slayton WR - NYG (vs . ATL)
His average depth of target is 15.0 yards, and he's averaging 19.8 yards per catch. Slayton is a home run hitter, but will he get enough at bats to make a difference? Slayton's Week 2 snap share was 57%. With Evan Engram possibly returning from a calf injury this week, the Giants might use two-TE sets a bit more, which would further chop Slayton's snaps. His raw numbers so far (6-119-1) are intriguing, but Slayton's production profile hints at inevitable streakiness.
2 days ago
Jared Cook Note
Jared Cook photo 106. Jared Cook TE - LAC (at KC)
Jared Cook had a fantastic outing in week one, but disappointed on the stat sheet in week two as he went 3-28-0. However, Cook was a penalty flag away from finding the end zone in week two as he had a touchdown called back due to an illegal shift. Cook has now seen 13 targets through two contests and he's being used enough as a receiver (60 total Receiving Routes Run so far) for us to continue to believe in him for fantasy purposes. In a game that could quickly turn into a shootout, Cook can be viewed as a low-end TE1.
1 day ago
K.J. Osborn Note
K.J. Osborn photo 107. K.J. Osborn WR - MIN (vs . SEA)
KJ Osborn has burst onto the scene and is absolutely taking advantage of his increased opportunity in this Vikings offense. Osborn currently leads this entire WR room in receiving yards and he's moving his way into the weekly FLEX conversation. In a matchup that expects to see the Vikings and Seahawks go head-to-head all the way deep into the fourth quarter, Osborn's going to be needed. We know he has the upside now and he can be viewed as a low-end FLEX play this week if you're looking for a spark from your fantasy lineup.
1 day ago
Emmanuel Sanders Note
Emmanuel Sanders photo 108. Emmanuel Sanders WR - BUF (vs . WAS)
Emmanuel Sanders wasn't needed much last week as the Bills went on to smash the Dolphins, but he's still showing that he's a key piece of this offense through two games. He has a respectable 17.7% target share and he's averaging 41.5 Receiving Routes Run per contest. There's a path for Sanders to return FLEX value this week against Washington, but there are most likely higher upside options you can pivot to for your lineup. Sanders provides a safe floor, but he'll need to find the end zone to most likely crack the top-36 WRs.
1 day ago
Brandon Aiyuk Note
Brandon Aiyuk photo 109. Brandon Aiyuk WR - SF (vs . GB)
James White Note
James White photo 110. James White RB - NE (vs . NO)
James White has taken back his role in this offense as a pass-catching back and he's producing with the opportunity. With a QB that has a tendency to keep things near the line of scrimmage, White is thriving with Jones at QB and it's translating to fantasy success. White is the RB12 in all of fantasy football through two weeks in Full PPR formats. There's very little reason to doubt him as a reliable low-end RB2/high-end RB3 in this format and he's not far behind that in Half PPR scoring. In a fantasy football RB landscape that desperately needs reliable commodities, White should be talked about more than he is currently.
1 day ago
Marquez Callaway Note
Marquez Callaway photo 111. Marquez Callaway WR - NO (at NE)
At this point, Marquez Callaway has failed to live up to the hype of what we saw in the second pre-season game for the Saints. He only has 22 receiving yards on the season so far and has failed to make much of an impact on the football field. He can be dropped in your traditional leagues now. Otherwise, none of the other Saints WRs should be considered for fantasy football this week.
1 day ago
Robert Tonyan Note
Robert Tonyan photo 112. Robert Tonyan TE - GB (at SF)
Robert Tonyan put together a solid performance in week two after disappointing managers in week one. He was able to reel in a beautifully thrown ball from Rodgers in the end zone with coverage draped all over him and finished the game 3-52-1. While fantasy managers would love to see more than three targets for their starting TE, Rodgers did only throw the ball 27 times in this previous matchup. We should see the pass attempts increase moving forward and Tonyan should continue to provide a very high ceiling. Against the 49ers, Tonyan can be viewed as a low-end TE1.
1 day ago
Michael Carter Note
Michael Carter photo 113. Michael Carter RB - NYJ (at DEN)
It appears as though the Jets have moved on from Tevin Coleman already, which honestly doesn't surprise me all that much. At this point of his career, we know that Coleman is simply not going to cut it as a starting RB and it's the right move for the Jets to make. All throughout the off-season, I had talked about Michael Carter as being a perfect RB3 or RB4 on your roster because of his talent. I had to adjust that once Ty Johnson came into the picture, but the sentiment remained. Eventually, the Jets were going to bench Coleman (or he was going to get injured) and Carter would be able to come in and showcase his talent as both a runner and a receiver. This has happened sooner than I anticipated though and Carter stepped in in week two and made n impact for fantasy football. He carried the ball 11 times and averaged 5.4 YPC against a tough defense. Additionally, he also saw three targets and was able to reel in two of them for 29 yards. It's not a dominant performance by any means, and he still has Johnson in this backfield to worry about stealing touches, but this is a very encouraging sign for fantasy managers that drafted Carter and held onto him on your bench. He's showing that he has the talent to demand more of a workload and the Jets coaching staff might need to feature him more to take the pressure off of their young QB. If Carter is somehow still on your waiver wire, he deserves to be added and stashed on your bench. He's not in the top-30 of my RB rankings just yet, but he's well on his way.
1 day ago
Nyheim Hines Note
Nyheim Hines photo 114. Nyheim Hines RB - IND (at TEN)
There are two narratives you could try on for size about whether Eason's presence helps of harms the outlook for Hines. On one hand, an inexperienced, immobile quarterback might be inclined to repeatedly check down to his running backs. On the other hand, Eason probably isn't going to engineer a lot of long, sustained drives or help the Colts post a big point total, so Hines touchdown outlook is dimmed a bit and so is his potential for a healthy number of touches. Taylor has to start for you in redraft, of course. It might be a good week to keep Hines on the bench if you can. And I'm fading both guys in DFS.
2 days ago
Cordarrelle Patterson Note
Cordarrelle Patterson photo 115. Cordarrelle Patterson WR,RB - ATL (at NYG)
Cordarrelle Patterson has apparently finally found a place in the NFL that will feature him as a part of the offense. In recent history, "CP" has been used as a gadget player or someone to simply come in from time to time and provide a spark for the offense, but he's being utilized as an integral part of the Falcons system. While it's interesting to see - and it certainly worked for fantasy purposes in week two - we've seen Patterson be heavily targeted in games previously only to essentially disappear not soon afterwards. Patterson is worth picking up off of your waiver wire if you can get him for cheap, but I wouldn't suggest starting him this upcoming week unless you are truly in a pinch at WR/RB. His versatility on fantasy football platforms is certainly appealing, but we need to wait another week before we can confidently say that it's different this time around.
1 day ago
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Note
Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 116. Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR - GB (at SF)
Zach Pascal Note
Zach Pascal photo 117. Zach Pascal WR - IND (at TEN)
With another TD catch against the Rams in Week 2, Pascal now has three touchdowns in two games. I keep fading him, and he keeps producing. Pascal's nine catches this season have netted 81 yards for an average of 9.0 yards per catch. The touchdowns are floating his value, with the respectable catch totals a bit of gravy in PPR formats. But this is a fragile production profile, and it gets even more fragile with backup QB Jacob Eason at the helm for the Colts. I have Pascal ranked WR65 this week ... which probably means he'll score two more touchdowns.
2 days ago
Quintez Cephus Note
Quintez Cephus photo 118. Quintez Cephus WR - DET (vs . BAL)
Thanks to his 7/75/2 line on 13 targets through two games, Cephus ranks as the WR30 in half-PPR leagues. The Lions are 7.5-point home dogs to Baltimore this week, and the team should be forced to throw quite a bit. With Tyrell Williams now on IR, Cephus should be the team's top option at receiver. In his next two games, he'll face Chicago and Minnesota - both top-5 matchups for receivers. Rostered in just 25% of Yahoo leagues, QC is THE priority pickup at WR.
1 day ago
Elijah Moore Note
Elijah Moore photo 119. Elijah Moore WR - NYJ (at DEN)
Elijah Moore hasn't produced exactly the way that fantasy managers were hoping for after they added him in the later rounds of drafts, but there's a lot of encouraging signs for the rookie wideout and his potential fantasy value. For starters, Moore leads the Jets in snaps at the WR position. He appears to have locked up the starting outside role in this offense over Keelan Cole and he's currently one spot behind Robby Anderson and tied with AJ Green for Receiving Routes Run this season. Additionally, we saw Moore see a 24.2% target share in week two against the Patriots. He's not a trustworthy FLEX play just yet due to the matchup against the Broncos secondary this week, but we're starting to trend in the right direction. If Moore's available on your waiver wire, it's worth adding him to see where this continues to go, but we shouldn't be looking to start him just quite yet.
1 day ago
Kenneth Gainwell Note
Kenneth Gainwell photo 120. Kenneth Gainwell RB - PHI (at DAL)
Terrace Marshall Jr. Note
Terrace Marshall Jr. photo 121. Terrace Marshall Jr. WR - CAR (at HOU)
Terrace Marshall has remained involved in this Panthers offense through the first two games, but there's a clear hierarchy here when it comes to targets. CMC and Moore are at the top of the food chain and Marshall, Anderson, etc. are all left vying for the leftovers. Unless we see Moore miss time with an injury, Marshall's probably not worth considering for your starting lineups even in deeper leagues.
1 day ago
Hunter Renfrow Note
Hunter Renfrow photo 122. Hunter Renfrow WR - LV (vs . MIA)
AJ Dillon Note
AJ Dillon photo 123. AJ Dillon RB - GB (at SF)
A.J. Green Note
A.J. Green photo 124. A.J. Green WR - ARI (at JAC)
AJ Green was able to find the end zone last week and he actually saw a reliable 17.6% target share in that game. With that being said, he still only had a 50% catch rate on his targets and 44 total receiving yards. He'll have his moments of relevancy here or there throughout the season, but we know at this point not to trust Green week in and week out. He can be viewed only as a FLEX play in 14-team leagues or bigger.
1 day ago
KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 125. KJ Hamler WR - DEN (vs . NYJ)
With Jerry Jeudy out in Week 2 after sustaining a high-ankle sprain in Denver's opener, Hamler's snap share jumped from 36% to 71%. He only had one catch for three yards last week, but Hamler could be a sneaky-good play this week if he sees a 70% snap share against a suspect Jets secondary. I still only have him ranked in WR6 range, but at $3,600, he could be a useful budget play in DraftKings contests this weekend.
2 days ago
Van Jefferson Note
Van Jefferson photo 126. Van Jefferson WR - LAR (vs . TB)
Gabriel Davis Note
Gabriel Davis photo 127. Gabriel Davis WR - BUF (vs . WAS)
Gabriel Davis was working his way back from an injury last week and was only on the field for 21 total snaps as opposed to 43 the week prior. There's the potential that he's more involved this week, but it's not a risk worth taking with how many other receiving options the Bills have on offense. Davis is a low-end FLEX option for me that is a complete swing-for-the-fences play.
1 day ago
Trey Sermon Note
Trey Sermon photo 128. Trey Sermon RB - SF (vs . GB)
Jonnu Smith Note
Jonnu Smith photo 129. Jonnu Smith TE - NE (vs . NO)
Through two weeks, Jonnu Smith has a 14.9% team target share, which is encouraging to see for fantasy managers. And while Jonnu is reeling in 90% of those targets, it's not leading to much reliable fantasy production. Without Jones opening up the offense, Smith is going to have to live and die by his YAC ability off of a very low ADOT and that's a risky game to play for fantasy managers. We know that Smith has the talent to be a dynamic receiving threat after the catch, but he shouldn't have to rely solely on that to provide fantasy value. With very little receiving touchdown upside, Smith needs to be downgraded in our Rest-of-Season Rankings and just be viewed as a safe option each and every week. He can be viewed as a mid-range TE2 this week.
1 day ago
David Johnson Note
David Johnson photo 130. David Johnson RB - HOU (vs . CAR)
David Johnson has seen 14 touches through the first two weeks and he's failing to do much with that limited opportunity. At this point, Johnson can be dropped to your waiver wire if you haven't done so already.
1 day ago
J.D. McKissic Note
J.D. McKissic photo 131. J.D. McKissic RB - WAS (at BUF)
Buyer beware on JD McKissic this week, folks! After seeing just two total opportunities on 20 snaps in week one, McKissic saw 10 total opportunities on 31 snaps in week two. He's worth continuing to roster moving forward, but his usage is too volatile at this point to comfortably rely on him as anything more than a low-end FLEX play that gets a slight bump up in Full PPR formats.
1 day ago
Dyami Brown Note
Dyami Brown photo 132. Dyami Brown WR - WAS (at BUF)
Dyami Brown is showing flashes of his potential here and there, but he's not worth looking at for fantasy football just yet. There's the potential that we're talking about him entering the FLEX conversation at the tail-end of the year, but not just yet.
1 day ago
Quez Watkins Note
Quez Watkins photo 133. Quez Watkins WR - PHI (at DAL)
Ty Johnson Note
Ty Johnson photo 134. Ty Johnson RB - NYJ (at DEN)
It's a mystery why Carter was so buried on the depth chart when the Jets broke training camp, but never mind. What matters is that he quickly worked his way up the depth chart. Carter and Ty Johnson each played 45% of the Jets' offensive snaps last week while Tevin Coleman was left out in the cold. That's how it should be, since Carter and Johnson are intriguing young talents and Coleman is a known, unexciting commodity. Carter looked pretty good against the Patriots last week, carrying 11 times for 59 yards and catching 2 or 3 targets for 29 yards. It's not hard to understand how Carter was able to force a timeshare with Javonte Williams at North Carolina - Carter just moves differently. He has an NFL skill set, no question. Johnson reasonably fared well against the Patriots, too, carrying 12 times for 50 yards. He didn't see any targets, and passing-game usage is probably going to propel Carter way past Johnson in terms of fantasy value. Carter is very good in the passing game. Johnson has been an inefficient pass catcher at the NFL level and wasn't used much in the passing game during his college career at Maryland. Carter is the guy to roster here, although I don't particularly like his outlook this week, on the road against a tough defense.
2 days ago
Mike Gesicki Note
Mike Gesicki photo 135. Mike Gesicki TE - MIA (at LV)
Mike Gesicki was back to being involved again in the offense in week two as he ran 37 Receiving Routes compared to his 17 in week one. While he did see a 14.3% target share last week against Buffalo, it's probably best to wait another week and see what happens before we trust Gesicki back in our starting lineups. He can be viewed as a mid-range TE2 this week.
1 day ago
Carlos Hyde Note
Carlos Hyde photo 136. Carlos Hyde RB - JAC (vs . ARI)
Austin Hooper Note
Austin Hooper photo 137. Austin Hooper TE - CLE (vs . CHI)
After being in a prime position to return top-15 value at the TE position in week one, Hooper disappeared and watched David Njoku outproduce him. However, once everyone moved on and put Hooper on their fantasy football benches, he came through with a solid performance in week two against the Texans. While Hooper could see an uptick in usage with the WR room banged up this week, there's very little consistency with this TE room in Cleveland to know who to trust. Hooper's a risky play in fantasy lineups this week, but the path is there for him to finish as a top-12 option. I recommend viewing him as a mid-range TE2 in week three.
1 day ago
Hunter Henry Note
Hunter Henry photo 138. Hunter Henry TE - NE (vs . NO)
Hunter Henry has just seen a lowly 10.4% target share through his first two games in a Patriots uniform and it's hard to contribute consistently to fantasy football lineups with that small of an opportunity. With Jonnu being the clear TE1 in this offense, there's very little leftover for Henry from a fantasy perspective. He's filling a valuable role for the offense in New England, but we can't view him as a reliable fantasy option until we see Jones begin throwing more touchdowns. Henry shouldn't be in your startign lineups this weekend.
1 day ago
Zack Moss Note
Zack Moss photo 139. Zack Moss RB - BUF (vs . WAS)
Zack Moss found the end zone twice in week two as he returned to the lineup, but the Bills had a significant lead and were just looking to drain the clock. While he made a couple of impressive plays, this is still a backfield that I want to avoid when both options are fully healthy. Allen's going to be the goal-line option when the games are closer and Singletary appears to have taken over the lead back role in this offense. Moss falls outside my top-36 RBs in week three.
1 day ago
Cedrick Wilson Jr. Note
Cedrick Wilson Jr. photo 140. Cedrick Wilson Jr. WR - DAL (vs . PHI)
Tony Jones Jr. Note
Tony Jones Jr. photo 141. Tony Jones Jr. RB - NO (at NE)
Tony Jones Jr. has some incredible value as an insurance RB for Kamara and he should have some FLEX appeal in some matchups, but there's no way we can consider him for our starting lineups after what we saw from this Saints offense in week two. He remains simply a bench stash for the time being.
1 day ago
Gerald Everett Note
Gerald Everett photo 142. Gerald Everett TE - SEA (at MIN)
Cole Kmet Note
Cole Kmet photo 143. Cole Kmet TE - CHI (at CLE)
Cole Kmet didn't exactly produce the way fantasy managers that started him would have hoped for in week two, but there are enough signs to still be hopeful for the young TE. Kmet has now logged 98 total snaps to Jimmy Graham's 36, so we know that he has this job primarily to himself. In Fields' first start, we should see the Bears scheme up touches for Kmet to help take the pressure off of the rookie QB and we should see a bounce-back performance in this one. However, he's merely just a deep-league start in week three due to the unknowns surrounding his workload and the inconsistency we've already witnessed up to this point of the season.
1 day ago
Phillip Lindsay Note
Phillip Lindsay photo 144. Phillip Lindsay RB - HOU (vs . CAR)
The Texans' snap shares so far this season: Ingram 40%, Johnson 35%, Lindsay 23%. Ingram earned a plurality of snaps in Week 1, when a comfortable win over the Jaguars kept the game script favorable - i.e, run-heavy. But in Week 2, when a game that was 14-14 at halftime got away from Houston in the second half, Johnson led the Texans' backs with 26 snaps. This trio will be facing a Carolina defense that has allowed a league-low 93 rushing yards per game and just 2.7 yards per carry. Ingram has 40 carries on the season, while Lindsay has 13 and Ingram has only nine. But given the likelihood of a negative game script and the probability that rookie QB Davis Mills will be looking to check down when the Panthers turn up the heat, Johnson has some appeal in DraftKings' Thursday-night Showdown, since at $8,100 he's $1,800 cheaper than Ingram and $600 cheaper than Lindsay. But all of these dudes are unusable this week in redraft leagues.
2 days ago
Elijah Mitchell Note
Elijah Mitchell photo 145. Elijah Mitchell RB - SF (vs . GB)
Mitchell (shoulder) is injured heading into Week 3, but if he plays, you've got to play him as a back-end RB2/high-end RB3 given his workload thus far. In two games, he's logged 36 carries and two receptions.
1 day ago
Peyton Barber Note
Peyton Barber photo 146. Peyton Barber RB - LV (vs . MIA)
Peyton Barber stepped in to the Jacobs role in week two and proceeded to do what Barber does, which is average less than 3.0 YPC. Barber has been a touchdown-dependent fantasy asset throughout his entire NFL career and he comes with about as low of a floor as any "starter" in the league. Barber should see north of 12 carries again this week, but there's very little upside to playing him. He can be viewed as a high-end RB4 this week.
1 day ago
Amon-Ra St. Brown Note
Amon-Ra St. Brown photo 147. Amon-Ra St. Brown WR - DET (vs . BAL)
St. Brown has yet to pop, but he's played 62% of the Lions' offensive snaps and gets a favorable matchup against mediocre Ravens slot corner Tavon Young this Sunday.
2 days ago
Anthony Schwartz Note
Anthony Schwartz photo 148. Anthony Schwartz WR - CLE (vs . CHI)
The Browns' wide receivers have thus far accounted for only 33.3% of team targets and 32.5% of team receptions. The leader in both categories is Jarvis Landry, who's out with an MCL injury. Beckham is finally ready to come back after tearing his ACL last October. It's unclear whether he'll play a full complement of snaps. The speedy Schwartz has six targets so far, tied for the team high among receivers, but he's only playing about half the offensive snaps and can't be trusted in lineups. Even in an appealing matchup against a weak group of Chicago cornerbacks, this group should be avoided
2 days ago
Alexander Mattison Note
Alexander Mattison photo 149. Alexander Mattison RB - MIN (vs . SEA)
Salvon Ahmed Note
Salvon Ahmed photo 150. Salvon Ahmed RB - MIA (at LV)
Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 151. Dawson Knox TE - BUF (vs . WAS)
Dawson Knox was able to find the end zone last week, but he's only seen a 8.9% target share now through two weeks. His usage is too unpredictable to rely on for fantasy purposes and there are probably better options you can pivot to for your TE spot.
1 day ago
Jack Doyle Note
Jack Doyle photo 152. Jack Doyle TE - IND (at TEN)
Doyle's snaps and routes got a boost in Week 2, and he turned the additional opportunity into five catches for 64 yards. It's not that I'm opposed to the idea of a Jack Doyle revival (yes, "revival" - the man had 80 catches in 2017). It's that I can't buy a Jack Doyle revival with a backup quarterback. He's not playable in redraft this week, and there are other cheap options I like more in DFS.
2 days ago
Tee Higgins Note
Tee Higgins photo 153. Tee Higgins WR - CIN (at PIT)
Tee Higgins just continues to produce, no matter what. He comes with one of the safest floors in all of fantasy football and he's presenting plenty of upside lately too. Higgins has now seen a 26% team target share through two games and he's found the end zone in each of those contests. Moving forward, there's little reason to question the young wideout from a fantasy perspective. He belongs in your lineup every single week as a mid-range/low-end WR2 and you should feel extremely comfortable with that.
1 day ago
Tyler Conklin Note
Tyler Conklin photo 154. Tyler Conklin TE - MIN (vs . SEA)
Tyler Conklin has an opportunity in this offense to become fantasy relevant, but it appears that it's not going to lead to anything notable just yet. He can be left on your league's waiver wire.
1 day ago
Donovan Peoples-Jones Note
Donovan Peoples-Jones photo 155. Donovan Peoples-Jones WR - CLE (vs . CHI)
Damien Williams Note
Damien Williams photo 156. Damien Williams RB - CHI (at CLE)
Blake Jarwin Note
Blake Jarwin photo 157. Blake Jarwin TE - DAL (vs . PHI)
Dan Arnold Note
Dan Arnold photo 158. Dan Arnold TE - CAR (at HOU)
Dan Arnold saw his usage tick up this past week against New Orleans and he reeled in 3 catches for 55 yards. With that being said, it's still not enough volume to comfortably rely on the veteran TE for fantasy purposes. He can remain on your league's waiver wire.
1 day ago
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 159. Demarcus Robinson WR - KC (vs . LAC)
David Njoku Note
David Njoku photo 160. David Njoku TE - CLE (vs . CHI)
Juwan Johnson Note
Juwan Johnson photo 161. Juwan Johnson WR,TE - NO (at NE)
After playing 19% of the Saints' offensive snaps in Week 1, Johnson had a 41% snap share in Week 2. He scored two touchdowns in the opener but had only one catch in Week 2, a 23-yarder. He's not startable in a tough Week 2 matchup vs. New England, although Johnson is roster-worthy in most leagues. Trautman's snap share slipped in Week 2, and he wasn't targeted at all. Not an encouraging sign.
2 days ago
Chris Conley Note
Chris Conley photo 162. Chris Conley WR - HOU (vs . CAR)
Nico Collins is on injured reserve, and Danny Amendola is hurt, too, so Conley figures to see a lot of snaps on Thursday. He played a 90% snap share in Week 2, yet he's priced at only $2,400 in the DraftKings' Thursday-night Showdown, where he makes a nice cost-cutting option. That's the only place you'd want to use Conley, however.
2 days ago
Darrel Williams Note
Darrel Williams photo 163. Darrel Williams RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Dalton Schultz Note
Dalton Schultz photo 164. Dalton Schultz TE - DAL (vs . PHI)
Freddie Swain Note
Freddie Swain photo 165. Freddie Swain WR - SEA (at MIN)
Adam Humphries Note
Adam Humphries photo 166. Adam Humphries WR - WAS (at BUF)
Adam Humphries was involved in the offense last week and was subsequently a fine FLEX option in Full PPR formats, but we can't bet on that type of volume again here. At this point, we know who Humphries is and he's not worth considering outside of deeper formats.
1 day ago
Braxton Berrios Note
Braxton Berrios photo 167. Braxton Berrios WR - NYJ (at DEN)
Braxton Berrios is quietly putting together a very solid season so far and no one seems to be noticing. With Jamison Crowder out of the lineup, Berrios is commanding a 26.5% target share on the season and it was as high as 39.3% in week two against the Patriots. He's averaging six receptions for 62 yards per game so far and this will certainly work as a FLEX option in Full PPR formats. It's unclear as to whether or not he'll maintain this role if Crowder is 100% healthy, but all signs indicated last week that Crowder was healthy and ready to go if called upon. Berrios might have just won this job outright and he could work his way into a reliable FLEX play if his target share in this offense continues to be as high as what it has been. It's not worth starting Berrios in this matchup, but if you're in a deeper league and you need some help at WR, Berrios is certainly available in your league. He's worth picking up in that instance.
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Deonte Harris Note
Deonte Harris photo 168. Deonte Harris WR - NO (at NE)
Rashard Higgins Note
Rashard Higgins photo 169. Rashard Higgins WR - CLE (vs . CHI)
Devontae Booker Note
Devontae Booker photo 170. Devontae Booker RB - NYG (vs . ATL)
Jalen Guyton Note
Jalen Guyton photo 171. Jalen Guyton WR - LAC (at KC)
James Washington Note
James Washington photo 172. James Washington WR - PIT (vs . CIN)
Kendrick Bourne Note
Kendrick Bourne photo 173. Kendrick Bourne WR - NE (vs . NO)
Adam Trautman Note
Adam Trautman photo 174. Adam Trautman TE - NO (at NE)
After leading the team in targets in week one, Trautman was nowhere to be seen on Sunday and he failed to register a single target. For those who did pick him up off of the waiver wire after week one, he should be sent right back to it. It's not worth buying into this offense right now in its current state.
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Albert Okwuegbunam Note
Albert Okwuegbunam photo 175. Albert Okwuegbunam TE - DEN (vs . NYJ)
The surprise is that Okwuegbunam has played more than 50% of the snaps in each of Denver's first two games. A terrific athlete with a bright future, Albert O. has hauled in 7 of 7 targets for 40 yards and a touchdown. And yet, Okwuegbunam's presence has done nothing to devalue Fant, who's TE5 in fantasy scoring with 10.3 points per game (half-point PPR). The TE dynamic might change a bit when Jerry Jeudy eventually comes back from his high-ankle sprain and stakes his claim to a healthy share of targets, but for now, Fant is an every-week fantasy starter and Okwuegbunam is a worthwhile stash.
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Giovani Bernard Note
Giovani Bernard photo 176. Giovani Bernard RB - TB (at LAR)
Allen Lazard Note
Allen Lazard photo 177. Allen Lazard WR - GB (at SF)
Chuba Hubbard Note
Chuba Hubbard photo 178. Chuba Hubbard RB - CAR (at HOU)
Tyler Kroft Note
Tyler Kroft photo 179. Tyler Kroft TE - NYJ (at DEN)
Randall Cobb Note
Randall Cobb photo 180. Randall Cobb WR - GB (at SF)
Eric Ebron Note
Eric Ebron photo 181. Eric Ebron TE - PIT (vs . CIN)
Olamide Zaccheaus Note
Olamide Zaccheaus photo 182. Olamide Zaccheaus WR - ATL (at NYG)
Russell Gage is expected to miss Week 3 with an ankle injury. The Falcons worked out John Brown earlier this week but hadn't signed him as of this writing. That leaves Zaccheaus at the No. 2 receiver. He's not worth your consideration yet, though I suspect he's a better player than Gage.
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Hayden Hurst Note
Hayden Hurst photo 183. Hayden Hurst TE - ATL (at NYG)
Malcolm Brown Note
Malcolm Brown photo 184. Malcolm Brown RB - MIA (at LV)
Justin Jackson Note
Justin Jackson photo 185. Justin Jackson RB - LAC (at KC)
Justin Jackson wasn't utilized much in week one - only 11 total snaps - but he saw his opportunities increase this past week against Dallas. Looking forward, this offense just might be Ekeler's and Ekeler's alone, which makes Rountree and Jackson insurance options at best.
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Byron Pringle Note
Byron Pringle photo 186. Byron Pringle WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Trent Sherfield Note
Trent Sherfield photo 187. Trent Sherfield WR - SF (vs . GB)
Devonta Freeman Note
Devonta Freeman photo 188. Devonta Freeman RB - BAL (at DET)
Kalif Raymond Note
Kalif Raymond photo 189. Kalif Raymond WR - DET (vs . BAL)
Larry Rountree III Note
Larry Rountree III photo 190. Larry Rountree III RB - LAC (at KC)
After being involved in week one as the complimentary back to Ekeler, Larry Rountree was barely utilized in week two and logged just 10 total snaps. At this point, it's looking like Ekeler is going to be the main option in this backfield moving forward and there's not going to be much leftover for any other pieces. Rountree remains just an insurance-RB for the time being.
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Jeremy McNichols Note
Jeremy McNichols photo 191. Jeremy McNichols RB - TEN (vs . IND)
Kyle Rudolph Note
Kyle Rudolph photo 192. Kyle Rudolph TE - NYG (vs . ATL)
Chester Rogers Note
Chester Rogers photo 193. Chester Rogers WR - TEN (vs . IND)
Pat Freiermuth Note
Pat Freiermuth photo 194. Pat Freiermuth TE - PIT (vs . CIN)
Now through two weeks, Pat Freiermuth has begun to take over this TE1 role in Pittsburgh. He's logged 62 snaps to Eric Ebron's 51 and has 60 receiving yards to Ebron's 19. With that being said, it's still not enough production just yet to comfortably rely on Freiermuth in our starting lineups. He's worth scooping up in deeper formats if he's on your waiver wire due to where this situation is trending, but we can't consider him a starting option yet.
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Evan Engram Note
Evan Engram photo 195. Evan Engram TE - NYG (vs . ATL)
Engram is back at practice this week, though on a limited basis. He's one of the more athletic tight ends in the league but has been considered an underachiever after failing to build on an exciting 2017 rookie season. With Sterling Shepard off to a great start, Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton fighting for downfield targets, and Saquon Barkley catching passes near the line of scrimmage, what's left for Engram? Wait for a "show me" game before sticking him into your lineup.
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DeSean Jackson Note
DeSean Jackson photo 196. DeSean Jackson WR - LAR (vs . TB)
Jacques Patrick Note
Jacques Patrick photo 197. Jacques Patrick RB - SF (vs . GB)
Maxx Williams Note
Maxx Williams photo 198. Maxx Williams TE - ARI (at JAC)
Maxx Williams has always had the talent to be a factor for fantasy football, but this offense in Arizona is not exactly known for featuring their TEs. Williams exploded in week two - on essentially every league's waiver wire - but that doesn't necessarily mean he's a trustworthy start in week three. Williams is worth picking up in deeper leagues to see what could potentially happen, but we can't start him in our fantasy lineups just yet.
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Samaje Perine Note
Samaje Perine photo 199. Samaje Perine RB - CIN (at PIT)
Marlon Mack Note
Marlon Mack photo 200. Marlon Mack RB - IND (at TEN)
Jerick McKinnon Note
Jerick McKinnon photo 201. Jerick McKinnon RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Travis Homer Note
Travis Homer photo 202. Travis Homer RB - SEA (at MIN)
Alex Collins Note
Alex Collins photo 203. Alex Collins RB - SEA (at MIN)
Zach Ertz Note
Zach Ertz photo 204. Zach Ertz TE - PHI (at DAL)
Joshua Palmer Note
Joshua Palmer photo 205. Joshua Palmer WR - LAC (at KC)
C.J. Uzomah Note
C.J. Uzomah photo 206. C.J. Uzomah TE - CIN (at PIT)
Mohamed Sanu Sr. Note
Mohamed Sanu Sr. photo 207. Mohamed Sanu Sr. WR - SF (vs . GB)
Kyle Juszczyk Note
Kyle Juszczyk photo 208. Kyle Juszczyk RB - SF (vs . GB)
Albert Wilson Note
Albert Wilson photo 209. Albert Wilson WR - MIA (at LV)
Ty Montgomery Note
Ty Montgomery photo 210. Ty Montgomery WR,RB - NO (at NE)
Trenton Cannon Note
Trenton Cannon photo 211. Trenton Cannon RB - SF (vs . GB)
Kadarius Toney Note
Kadarius Toney photo 212. Kadarius Toney WR - NYG (vs . ATL)
Jake Funk Note
Jake Funk photo 213. Jake Funk RB - LAR (vs . TB)
Trinity Benson Note
Trinity Benson photo 214. Trinity Benson WR - DET (vs . BAL)
Harrison Bryant Note
Harrison Bryant photo 215. Harrison Bryant TE - CLE (vs . CHI)
J.J. Taylor Note
J.J. Taylor photo 216. J.J. Taylor RB - NE (vs . NO)
Benny Snell Jr. Note
Benny Snell Jr. photo 217. Benny Snell Jr. RB - PIT (vs . CIN)
Jordan Akins Note
Jordan Akins photo 218. Jordan Akins TE - HOU (vs . CAR)
Anthony Miller Note
Anthony Miller photo 219. Anthony Miller WR - HOU (vs . CAR)
Kylin Hill Note
Kylin Hill photo 220. Kylin Hill RB - GB (at SF)
Will Dissly Note
Will Dissly photo 221. Will Dissly TE - SEA (at MIN)
Scotty Miller Note
Scotty Miller photo 222. Scotty Miller WR - TB (at LAR)
Pharaoh Brown Note
Pharaoh Brown photo 223. Pharaoh Brown TE - HOU (vs . CAR)
Mo Alie-Cox Note
Mo Alie-Cox photo 224. Mo Alie-Cox TE - IND (at TEN)
Alec Ingold Note
Alec Ingold photo 225. Alec Ingold RB - LV (vs . MIA)
Devin Duvernay Note
Devin Duvernay photo 226. Devin Duvernay WR - BAL (at DET)
Matt Breida Note
Matt Breida photo 227. Matt Breida RB - BUF (vs . WAS)
Chris Evans Note
Chris Evans photo 228. Chris Evans RB - CIN (at PIT)
Parris Campbell Note
Parris Campbell photo 229. Parris Campbell WR - IND (at TEN)
Tyler Johnson Note
Tyler Johnson photo 230. Tyler Johnson WR - TB (at LAR)
Jaret Patterson Note
Jaret Patterson photo 231. Jaret Patterson RB - WAS (at BUF)
Chris Manhertz Note
Chris Manhertz photo 232. Chris Manhertz TE - JAC (vs . ARI)
Jamison Crowder Note
Jamison Crowder photo 233. Jamison Crowder WR - NYJ (at DEN)
Foster Moreau Note
Foster Moreau photo 234. Foster Moreau TE - LV (vs . MIA)
Donald Parham Jr. Note
Donald Parham Jr. photo 235. Donald Parham Jr. TE - LAC (at KC)
O.J. Howard Note
O.J. Howard photo 236. O.J. Howard TE - TB (at LAR)
Preston Williams Note
Preston Williams photo 237. Preston Williams WR - MIA (at LV)
Demetric Felton Note
Demetric Felton photo 238. Demetric Felton WR,RB - CLE (vs . CHI)
Greg Ward Note
Greg Ward photo 239. Greg Ward WR - PHI (at DAL)
Geoff Swaim Note
Geoff Swaim photo 240. Geoff Swaim TE - TEN (vs . IND)
Jimmy Graham Note
Jimmy Graham photo 241. Jimmy Graham TE - CHI (at CLE)
DeeJay Dallas Note
DeeJay Dallas photo 242. DeeJay Dallas RB - SEA (at MIN)
Ryan Griffin Note
Ryan Griffin photo 243. Ryan Griffin TE - NYJ (at DEN)
Chris Hogan Note
Chris Hogan photo 244. Chris Hogan WR - NO (at NE)
Luke Farrell Note
Luke Farrell photo 245. Luke Farrell TE - JAC (vs . ARI)
Ian Thomas Note
Ian Thomas photo 246. Ian Thomas TE - CAR (at HOU)
Royce Freeman Note
Royce Freeman photo 247. Royce Freeman RB - CAR (at HOU)
Auden Tate Note
Auden Tate photo 248. Auden Tate WR - CIN (at PIT)
Andre Roberts Note
Andre Roberts photo 249. Andre Roberts WR - HOU (vs . CAR)
Boston Scott Note
Boston Scott photo 250. Boston Scott RB - PHI (at DAL)
Marquise Goodwin Note
Marquise Goodwin photo 251. Marquise Goodwin WR - CHI (at CLE)
D'Ernest Johnson Note
D'Ernest Johnson photo 252. D'Ernest Johnson RB - CLE (vs . CHI)
C.J. Ham Note
C.J. Ham photo 253. C.J. Ham RB - MIN (vs . SEA)
Cameron Brate Note
Cameron Brate photo 254. Cameron Brate TE - TB (at LAR)
Kalen Ballage Note
Kalen Ballage photo 255. Kalen Ballage RB - PIT (vs . CIN)
Mike Strachan Note
Mike Strachan photo 256. Mike Strachan WR - IND (at TEN)
MyCole Pruitt Note
MyCole Pruitt photo 257. MyCole Pruitt TE - TEN (vs . IND)
Lil'Jordan Humphrey Note
Lil'Jordan Humphrey photo 258. Lil'Jordan Humphrey WR - NO (at NE)
Tyron Johnson Note
Tyron Johnson photo 259. Tyron Johnson WR - JAC (vs . ARI)
Chris Herndon IV Note
Chris Herndon IV photo 260. Chris Herndon IV TE - MIN (vs . SEA)
Tutu Atwell Note
Tutu Atwell photo 261. Tutu Atwell WR - LAR (vs . TB)
Rex Burkhead Note
Rex Burkhead photo 262. Rex Burkhead RB - HOU (vs . CAR)
Rhamondre Stevenson Note
Rhamondre Stevenson photo 263. Rhamondre Stevenson RB - NE (vs . NO)
Josh Jacobs Note
Josh Jacobs photo 264. Josh Jacobs RB - LV (vs . MIA)
Jordan Wilkins Note
Jordan Wilkins photo 265. Jordan Wilkins RB - IND (at TEN)
Dare Ogunbowale Note
Dare Ogunbowale photo 266. Dare Ogunbowale RB - JAC (vs . ARI)
Wayne Gallman Jr. Note
Wayne Gallman Jr. photo 267. Wayne Gallman Jr. RB - ATL (at NYG)
Khalil Herbert Note
Khalil Herbert photo 268. Khalil Herbert RB - CHI (at CLE)
Kaden Smith Note
Kaden Smith photo 269. Kaden Smith TE - NYG (vs . ATL)
Le'Veon Bell Note
Le'Veon Bell photo 270. Le'Veon Bell RB - BAL (at DET)
Ricky Seals-Jones Note
Ricky Seals-Jones photo 271. Ricky Seals-Jones TE - WAS (at BUF)
Brandon Zylstra Note
Brandon Zylstra photo 272. Brandon Zylstra WR - CAR (at HOU)
Josh Oliver Note
Josh Oliver photo 273. Josh Oliver TE - BAL (at DET)
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 274. Isaiah McKenzie WR - BUF (vs . WAS)
Cam Sims Note
Cam Sims photo 275. Cam Sims WR - WAS (at BUF)
Blake Bell Note
Blake Bell photo 276. Blake Bell TE - KC (vs . LAC)
Keelan Cole Sr. Note
Keelan Cole Sr. photo 277. Keelan Cole Sr. WR - NYJ (at DEN)
Patrick Ricard Note
Patrick Ricard photo 278. Patrick Ricard RB - BAL (at DET)
Ashton Dulin Note
Ashton Dulin photo 279. Ashton Dulin WR - IND (at TEN)
Marcedes Lewis Note
Marcedes Lewis photo 280. Marcedes Lewis TE - GB (at SF)
Derek Carrier Note
Derek Carrier photo 281. Derek Carrier TE - LV (vs . MIA)
Ross Dwelley Note
Ross Dwelley photo 282. Ross Dwelley TE - SF (vs . GB)
Drew Sample Note
Drew Sample photo 283. Drew Sample TE - CIN (at PIT)
Josh Reynolds Note
Josh Reynolds photo 284. Josh Reynolds WR - TEN (vs . IND)
Durham Smythe Note
Durham Smythe photo 285. Durham Smythe TE - MIA (at LV)
Tommy Hudson Note
Tommy Hudson photo 286. Tommy Hudson TE - TEN (vs . IND)
Darrell Daniels Note
Darrell Daniels photo 287. Darrell Daniels TE - ARI (at JAC)
Kylen Granson Note
Kylen Granson photo 288. Kylen Granson TE - IND (at TEN)
Eric Saubert Note
Eric Saubert photo 289. Eric Saubert TE - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Khari Blasingame Note
Khari Blasingame photo 290. Khari Blasingame RB - TEN (vs . IND)
Darren Fells Note
Darren Fells photo 291. Darren Fells TE - DET (vs . BAL)
Damiere Byrd Note
Damiere Byrd photo 292. Damiere Byrd WR - CHI (at CLE)
Cethan Carter Note
Cethan Carter photo 293. Cethan Carter TE - MIA (at LV)
Lee Smith Note
Lee Smith photo 294. Lee Smith TE - ATL (at NYG)
Dwayne Washington Note
Dwayne Washington photo 295. Dwayne Washington RB - NO (at NE)
Tajae Sharpe Note
Tajae Sharpe photo 296. Tajae Sharpe WR - ATL (at NYG)
Jack Stoll Note
Jack Stoll photo 297. Jack Stoll TE - PHI (at DAL)
Keith Smith Note
Keith Smith photo 298. Keith Smith RB - ATL (at NYG)
Zay Jones Note
Zay Jones photo 299. Zay Jones WR - LV (vs . MIA)
Christian Blake Note
Christian Blake photo 300. Christian Blake WR - ATL (at NYG)
Kerryon Johnson Note
Kerryon Johnson photo 301. Kerryon Johnson RB - SF (vs . GB)
Amari Rodgers Note
Amari Rodgers photo 302. Amari Rodgers WR - GB (at SF)
Noah Brown Note
Noah Brown photo 303. Noah Brown WR - DAL (vs . PHI)
Jauan Jennings Note
Jauan Jennings photo 304. Jauan Jennings WR - SF (vs . GB)
Adam Shaheen Note
Adam Shaheen photo 305. Adam Shaheen TE - MIA (at LV)
Dede Westbrook Note
Dede Westbrook photo 306. Dede Westbrook WR - MIN (vs . SEA)
Mike Thomas Note
Mike Thomas photo 307. Mike Thomas WR - CIN (at PIT)
Jacob Harris Note
Jacob Harris photo 308. Jacob Harris WR,TE - LAR (vs . TB)
Gary Brightwell Note
Gary Brightwell photo 309. Gary Brightwell RB - NYG (vs . ATL)
Penny Hart Note
Penny Hart photo 310. Penny Hart WR - SEA (at MIN)
K.J. Hill Jr. Note
K.J. Hill Jr. photo 311. K.J. Hill Jr. WR - LAC (at KC)
Stephen Anderson Note
Stephen Anderson photo 312. Stephen Anderson TE - LAC (at KC)
Ameer Abdullah Note
Ameer Abdullah photo 313. Ameer Abdullah RB - MIN (vs . SEA)
Javian Hawkins Note
Javian Hawkins photo 314. Javian Hawkins RB - TEN (vs . IND)
Qadree Ollison Note
Qadree Ollison photo 315. Qadree Ollison RB - ATL (at NYG)
Kendall Hinton Note
Kendall Hinton photo 316. Kendall Hinton WR - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Hunter Long Note
Hunter Long photo 317. Hunter Long TE - MIA (at LV)
Jeff Smith Note
Jeff Smith photo 318. Jeff Smith WR - NYJ (at DEN)
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Note
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside photo 319. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR - PHI (at DAL)
Elijhaa Penny Note
Elijhaa Penny photo 320. Elijhaa Penny RB - NYG (vs . ATL)
James Proche II Note
James Proche II photo 321. James Proche II WR - BAL (at DET)
Eric Tomlinson Note
Eric Tomlinson photo 322. Eric Tomlinson TE - BAL (at DET)
Jacob Hollister Note
Jacob Hollister photo 323. Jacob Hollister TE - JAC (vs . ARI)
Simi Fehoko Note
Simi Fehoko photo 324. Simi Fehoko WR - DAL (vs . PHI)
Brandon Bolden Note
Brandon Bolden photo 325. Brandon Bolden RB - NE (vs . NO)
Andy Janovich Note
Andy Janovich photo 326. Andy Janovich RB - CLE (vs . CHI)
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine Note
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine photo 327. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine WR - TEN (vs . IND)
Jermar Jefferson Note
Jermar Jefferson photo 328. Jermar Jefferson RB - DET (vs . BAL)
Brycen Hopkins Note
Brycen Hopkins photo 329. Brycen Hopkins TE - LAR (vs . TB)
Reggie Gilliam Note
Reggie Gilliam photo 330. Reggie Gilliam RB,TE - BUF (vs . WAS)
Trey Ragas Note
Trey Ragas photo 331. Trey Ragas RB - LV (vs . MIA)
Willie Snead IV Note
Willie Snead IV photo 332. Willie Snead IV WR - LV (vs . MIA)
Corey Clement Note
Corey Clement photo 333. Corey Clement RB - DAL (vs . PHI)
Collin Johnson Note
Collin Johnson photo 334. Collin Johnson WR - NYG (vs . ATL)
Jakob Johnson Note
Jakob Johnson photo 335. Jakob Johnson RB - NE (vs . NO)
Jamal Agnew Note
Jamal Agnew photo 336. Jamal Agnew WR - JAC (vs . ARI)
Noah Gray Note
Noah Gray photo 337. Noah Gray TE - KC (vs . LAC)
Tylan Wallace Note
Tylan Wallace photo 338. Tylan Wallace WR - BAL (at DET)
Ihmir Smith-Marsette Note
Ihmir Smith-Marsette photo 339. Ihmir Smith-Marsette WR - MIN (vs . SEA)
Demetrius Harris Note
Demetrius Harris photo 340. Demetrius Harris TE - ARI (at JAC)
KhaDarel Hodge Note
KhaDarel Hodge photo 341. KhaDarel Hodge WR - DET (vs . BAL)
Breshad Perriman Note
Breshad Perriman photo 342. Breshad Perriman WR - CHI (at CLE)
Ray-Ray McCloud Note
Ray-Ray McCloud photo 343. Ray-Ray McCloud WR - PIT (vs . CIN)
Johnny Mundt Note
Johnny Mundt photo 344. Johnny Mundt TE - LAR (vs . TB)
Denzel Mims Note
Denzel Mims photo 345. Denzel Mims WR - NYJ (at DEN)
La'Mical Perine Note
La'Mical Perine photo 346. La'Mical Perine RB - NYJ (at DEN)
Joshua Kelley Note
Joshua Kelley photo 347. Joshua Kelley RB - LAC (at KC)
Andy Isabella Note
Andy Isabella photo 348. Andy Isabella WR - ARI (at JAC)
Gunner Olszewski Note
Gunner Olszewski photo 349. Gunner Olszewski WR - NE (vs . NO)
Michael Burton Note
Michael Burton photo 350. Michael Burton RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Josh Hill Note
Josh Hill photo 351. Josh Hill TE - FA (BYE)
Tommy Tremble Note
Tommy Tremble photo 352. Tommy Tremble TE - CAR (at HOU)
Cameron Batson Note
Cameron Batson photo 353. Cameron Batson WR - TEN (vs . IND)
Ben Ellefson Note
Ben Ellefson photo 354. Ben Ellefson TE - MIN (vs . SEA)
Trevon Wesco Note
Trevon Wesco photo 355. Trevon Wesco TE,RB - NYJ (at DEN)
Diontae Spencer Note
Diontae Spencer photo 356. Diontae Spencer WR - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Tommy Sweeney Note
Tommy Sweeney photo 357. Tommy Sweeney TE - BUF (vs . WAS)
Jesse James Note
Jesse James photo 358. Jesse James TE - CHI (at CLE)
Parker Hesse Note
Parker Hesse photo 359. Parker Hesse TE - ATL (at NYG)
Eno Benjamin Note
Eno Benjamin photo 360. Eno Benjamin RB - ARI (at JAC)
Antony Auclair Note
Antony Auclair photo 361. Antony Auclair TE - HOU (vs . CAR)
DeAndre Carter Note
DeAndre Carter photo 362. DeAndre Carter WR - WAS (at BUF)
Tyler Mabry Note
Tyler Mabry photo 363. Tyler Mabry TE - SEA (at MIN)
C.J. Board Note
C.J. Board photo 364. C.J. Board WR - NYG (vs . ATL)
Jake Kumerow Note
Jake Kumerow photo 365. Jake Kumerow WR - BUF (vs . WAS)
Alex Erickson Note
Alex Erickson photo 366. Alex Erickson WR - CAR (at HOU)
Jakeem Grant Sr. Note
Jakeem Grant Sr. photo 367. Jakeem Grant Sr. WR - MIA (at LV)
Taiwan Jones Note
Taiwan Jones photo 368. Taiwan Jones RB - BUF (vs . WAS)
Seth Williams Note
Seth Williams photo 369. Seth Williams WR - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Mekhi Sargent Note
Mekhi Sargent photo 370. Mekhi Sargent RB - TEN (vs . IND)
John Bates Note
John Bates photo 371. John Bates TE - WAS (at BUF)
Gabe Nabers Note
Gabe Nabers photo 372. Gabe Nabers RB - LAC (at KC)
Jonathan Ward Note
Jonathan Ward photo 373. Jonathan Ward RB - FA (BYE)
Marcus Kemp Note
Marcus Kemp photo 374. Marcus Kemp WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Ke'Shawn Vaughn Note
Ke'Shawn Vaughn photo 375. Ke'Shawn Vaughn RB - TB (at LAR)
Garrett Griffin Note
Garrett Griffin photo 376. Garrett Griffin TE - NO (at NE)
Equanimeous St. Brown Note
Equanimeous St. Brown photo 377. Equanimeous St. Brown WR - GB (at SF)
Racey McMath Note
Racey McMath photo 378. Racey McMath WR - TEN (vs . IND)
Nick Bowers Note
Nick Bowers photo 379. Nick Bowers TE - LV (vs . MIA)
Charlie Woerner Note
Charlie Woerner photo 380. Charlie Woerner TE - SF (vs . GB)
Dax Milne Note
Dax Milne photo 381. Dax Milne WR - WAS (at BUF)
Jordan Franks Note
Jordan Franks photo 382. Jordan Franks TE - CLE (vs . CHI)
Trenton Irwin Note
Trenton Irwin photo 383. Trenton Irwin WR - CIN (at PIT)
Jaelon Darden Note
Jaelon Darden photo 384. Jaelon Darden WR - TB (at LAR)
Giovanni Ricci Note
Giovanni Ricci photo 385. Giovanni Ricci RB,TE - CAR (at HOU)
Josiah Deguara Note
Josiah Deguara photo 386. Josiah Deguara TE - GB (at SF)
Andrew Beck Note
Andrew Beck photo 387. Andrew Beck TE,RB - DEN (vs . NYJ)
Devin Asiasi Note
Devin Asiasi photo 388. Devin Asiasi TE - NE (vs . NO)
Mitchell Wilcox Note
Mitchell Wilcox photo 389. Mitchell Wilcox TE - CIN (at PIT)
Sammis Reyes Note
Sammis Reyes photo 390. Sammis Reyes TE - WAS (at BUF)
Daurice Fountain Note
Daurice Fountain photo 391. Daurice Fountain WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Nsimba Webster Note
Nsimba Webster photo 392. Nsimba Webster WR - CHI (at CLE)
Tom Kennedy Note
Tom Kennedy photo 393. Tom Kennedy WR - DET (vs . BAL)
Alex Armah Jr. Note
Alex Armah Jr. photo 394. Alex Armah Jr. RB - NO (at NE)
Josh Adams Note
Josh Adams photo 395. Josh Adams RB - NYJ (at DEN)
Daniel Brown Note
Daniel Brown photo 396. Daniel Brown TE - NYJ (at DEN)
Chris Thompson Note
Chris Thompson photo 397. Chris Thompson RB - SF (vs . GB)
Matthew Slater Note
Matthew Slater photo 398. Matthew Slater WR - NE (vs . NO)
Stanley Morgan Jr. Note
Stanley Morgan Jr. photo 399. Stanley Morgan Jr. WR - CIN (at PIT)
Travis Jonsen Note
Travis Jonsen photo 400. Travis Jonsen WR - TB (at LAR)
Jody Fortson Note
Jody Fortson photo 401. Jody Fortson WR,TE - KC (vs . LAC)
DeMichael Harris Note
DeMichael Harris photo 402. DeMichael Harris WR - IND (at TEN)
Cullen Gillaspia Note
Cullen Gillaspia photo 403. Cullen Gillaspia RB - NYG (vs . ATL)
Jeff Thomas Note
Jeff Thomas photo 404. Jeff Thomas WR - FA (BYE)
Antonio Williams Note
Antonio Williams photo 405. Antonio Williams RB - BUF (vs . WAS)
J.P. Holtz Note
J.P. Holtz photo 406. J.P. Holtz TE,RB - CHI (at CLE)
Derek Watt Note
Derek Watt photo 407. Derek Watt RB - PIT (vs . CIN)
Chris Moore Note
Chris Moore photo 408. Chris Moore WR - HOU (vs . CAR)
Malik Taylor Note
Malik Taylor photo 409. Malik Taylor WR - GB (at SF)
Ben Skowronek Note
Ben Skowronek photo 410. Ben Skowronek WR - LAR (vs . TB)
Mack Hollins Note
Mack Hollins photo 411. Mack Hollins WR - MIA (at LV)
Antoine Wesley Note
Antoine Wesley photo 412. Antoine Wesley WR - ARI (at JAC)