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ALERT from RealTime Fantasy Sports

Elias Sports Bureau and the NFL have made the following official stat changes for NFL Week 2:

Chiefs at Raiders
An additional fumble, not lost, credited to Derek Carr. Chiefs 3 fumbles forced.

49ers at Bengals
Pass from Jimmy Garoppolo to Deebo Samuel has been changed to be 1 yard shorter. Garoppolo 296 yds passing, Samuel 86 yds receiving. Bengals 571 yds allowed.

Colts at Titans
Derrick Henry has been credited with an additional rushing yard. Henry 82 yds rushing. Colts 243 yds allowed.

Patriots at Dolphins
Sony Michel credited with 2 fewer rushing yards. Michel 83 rushing yds. Dolphins 379 yds allowed.

Cardinals at Ravens
Shared sack changed to individual sack by Pernell McPhee.

League-wide there were more than 20 tackles and assists changes.

  • Fantasy Week 3Scoreboard
    6th Panzer Army (1-1)0.00
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    Big Earn McCracken 12 (0-2)0.00
    Chicago Blitz (2-0)0.00
    Daves Dominators (0-2)7.40
    Praha Power (2-0)0.00
    Wentz Upon A Time (1-1)13.40
    Show Me 13 (2-0)0.00
    belmartians (2-0)0.00
    B8S CREW (1-1)0.00
    Hang Em' High Fivers (0-2)15.20
    Hammertime4 1 (1-1)0.00
  • Player Notes
    Noah Fant Sep 20 1:10am ET

    Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant has shown signs of promise to start the year, but he still needs to prove himself before he can be trusted to put up consistent numbers week-to-week. That being said, we have yet to see signs that Fant can have a breakout game and he should stay on waivers and benches in most leagues for Week 3.

    From RotoBaller

    DaeSean Hamilton Sep 20 1:10am ET

    Denver Broncos wide receiver Daesean Hamilton has been a disappointment to start the 2019 season. He has struggled the last two weeks, and there is no reason that owners should give him the benefit of the doubt to flip the script against a stout Green Bay Packers Defense. If Hamilton is still on your bench in hopes he can figure things out, keep him there this week and out of your starting lineup.

    From RotoBaller

    Courtland Sutton Sep 20 1:00am ET

    Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton has put up a solid start to his 2019 campaign, most likely to the satisfaction of many owners. However, his Week 3 matchup makes him a tough play, as the Green Bay Packers Defense has locked down most receivers outside of their opposing team's number one target. With Emmanuel Sanders most likely getting the highest target share in Week 3 for the Broncos, Courtland Sutton and company are likely to struggle, much like Anthony Miller and Stefon Diggs have when their teams faced the Packers in previous weeks. If able to avoid putting Sutton in your lineup this week, it is probably a safe choice.

    From RotoBaller

    Emmanuel Sanders Sep 20 12:50am ET

    Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders looks to follow-up a strong Week 2 performance as the team heads to Green Bay for a matchup with the Packers. While the Packers Defense has been a strong collective unit in 2019, they don't necessarily have a lockdown corner that Sanders will be matching up with all game. With that being said, it may be hard to see Sanders having a league-leading game, but he should have no problem getting solid receptions and yardage, making him a solid flex play in most 10 and 12 team leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Joe Flacco Sep 20 12:40am ET

    Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco has kicked off his campaign in the mile-high city with a slow start, currently producing low-end QB2 numbers. The narrative will stay the same for Week 3, as he lines up against a strong Green Bay Packers Defense who have held the likes of Mitch Trubisky and Kirk Cousins in check the previous two weeks. Avoid Flacco this week in all leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Dede Westbrook Sep 20 12:10am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Dede Westbrook caught five of his nine targets in Week 3, finishing with 46 yards while also adding four rushing yards. This was Westbrook's highest yardage total of the year, and while he found the end zone in Week 1, it's still been a tough start to the season for the promising wideout. His value in standard scoring leagues is virtually nonexistent right now, though his target share does give him upside still in PPR. It's not quite time to panic and drop Westbrook, but fantasy owners should be concerned by his usage.

    From RotoBaller

    T Y Hilton Sep 20 12:00am ET

    Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton has been solid throughout the first two weeks of the season, but he hasn't done anything spectacular. In Week 3, he'll likely continue to be quarterback Jacoby Brissett's favorite target, but he still has a limited ceiling. It only takes one play for him to have a big week. As a result, he's a must-start. After a very grim outlook following the retirement of quarterback Andrew Luck, Hilton has proved that it doesn't matter what QB is throwing him the ball.

    From RotoBaller

    D.J. Chark Sep 20 12:00am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark found the end zone for the third week in a row, hauling in four catches for 76 yards in Thursday's win over Tennessee. Chark is becoming the favored end zone target for rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew, and that mixed with his speed has made him a valuable fantasy option who is able to produce even with a fairly low target total. If he's still on waivers in your league, it's time to add the second-year wideout.

    From RotoBaller

    Nyheim Hines Sep 19 11:50pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines has been held mostly in check for the first couple weeks of the season. In Week 3, he has more upside than we've seen thus far. Starting running back Marlon Mack has been battling an injury all week, and the Colts will likely have to put up points to keep up with the Atlanta Falcons. If Mack is unable to go or is limited in any way, Hines earns strong flex consideration as a result. In PPR formats, he's a strong possibility.

    From RotoBaller

    Gardner Minshew II Sep 19 11:50pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew threw a pair of first quarter touchdowns in Thursday's win over the Tennessee Titans. He ended up with 204 passing yards on 20-for-30 passing and also added 18 rushing yards on four carries. It was a solid game for Minshew, though one of those touchdowns was made easy by the Jaguars starting a drive at the Titans' seven-yard line. Minshew is making crisp throws and avoiding mistakes so far in his Jaguars tenure and looks like a solid QB2 at this point.

    From RotoBaller

    Leonard Fournette Sep 19 11:50pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette had 11 carries for negative-eight yards at one point in Thursday's win over the Tennessee Titans, but a 69-yard run late helped him finish with the game with 15 carries and 66 yards. He also added six receptions for 26 yards. Fournette was having a nightmarish game before that long run, and fantasy owners should feel discouraged despite the final stat line. Fournette and the Jaguars' offensive line just couldn't create room for him to run.

    From RotoBaller

    Marlon Mack Sep 19 11:30pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts running back Marlon Mack is his team's lead back. He's far and away the best player at his position on his team. In Week 2, he was stifled by the Tennessee Titans. In Week 3, he has a matchup that is advantageous for him to have a good outcome. The Atlanta Falcons got ran over by the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1, and the Colts have an even better offensive line. With the speed to hit a big play at any time, Mack belongs in lineups this week with a good amount of confidence.

    From RotoBaller

    Jacoby Brissett Sep 19 11:20pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett has been quietly steady through the first two weeks. In the team's Week 3 matchup, he has another positive matchup. The Atlanta Falcons Defense has a lot of speed, but they haven't been shutting opponents out through the air. Unless Brissett gets an amazing matchup, he'll consistently be a QB2, but he has a lot of upside this week. This game has some shootout potential, and Brissett could benefit as a result.

    From RotoBaller

    Tavon Austin Sep 19 11:20pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Tavon Austin (concussion) remains in the concussion protocol, but head coach Jason Garrett said he is improving. Austin doesn't have a very good chance of being cleared for Sunday against the Dolphins at this rate. He's not much of a fantasy consideration as mainly a kick returner and gadget player on offense, although the Cowboys could use him a little more when he returns with Michael Gallup out two to four weeks.

    From RotoBaller

    Tre'Quan Smith Sep 19 10:30pm ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith (ankle) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Smith injured his ankle late in the Week 2 loss and appears primed to miss Week 3 on the road against the Seahawks. With Drew Brees (thumb) out at least the next six weeks, Smith doesn't have much redraft value at the moment despite the injury. If he sits out, rookie Deonte Harris and Austin Carr will battle for work behind Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn. All Saints pass-catchers need to be downgraded with Brees on the shelf.

    From RotoBaller

    Damien Williams Sep 19 10:20pm ET

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Damien Williams (knee) has missed practice the last two days with a bruised knee and was limping considerably on Thursday. Meanwhile, LeSean McCoy (ankle) was limited on Thursday, so it's looking like Williams will sit out in Week 3 against the Ravens. If McCoy is active, he'll have RB2 upside in what will likely be a fast-paced and high-scoring game. Rookie Darwin Thompson and Darrel Williams could step in behind McCoy for some touches. Thompson would have some flex appeal in deeper PPR leagues. If you own Damien Williams, you should prepare as if he won't play this Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

    Michael Badgley Sep 19 10:20pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley (groin) was a full participant in practice on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday. After missing the first two games of the season, it looks like Badgley has a good chance to make his season debut in Week 3 against the Texans. He's trending upwards as a fantasy booter, but we'd recommend a wait-and-see approach until he proves his health. The Bolts are hoping he's back full time, as they can't afford anymore special teams miscues that cost them wins. When Badgley is healthy, he can be a decent streaming option in good matchups.

    From RotoBaller

    James Conner Sep 19 10:10pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner (knee) and tight end Vance McDonald (back) were both full participants in practice on Thursday. Conner missed practice entirely on Wednesday, so it appears that he will play in Week 3 against the 49ers. Still, Conner could share more work with backup Jaylen Samuels with Mason Rudolph now at quarterback, making him more of a low-end RB2 against an improved 49ers Defense. McDonald had two touchdowns when Rudolph spelled Big Ben last week and could be a safety blanket for the second-year signal-caller. Consider McDonald a low-end TE1 on the rise.

    From RotoBaller

    Mason Crosby Sep 19 9:50pm ET

    Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby is an effective starting option this week against the Denver Broncos. Crosby has been accurate all season, and in familiar surroundings there is no reason why that would change. The Denver Broncos have allowed just over an average number of field-goal attempts, giving up four so far this season. With the Packers expected to win the matchup, combining the field-goal opportunity with the expectation of extra-point conversions, Crosby should be a starter for fantasy owners this week.

    From RotoBaller

    Jared Cook Sep 19 9:50pm ET

    New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook has yet to show fantasy owners any uptick in production after joining a new team this past offseason. Through two games with the Saints, Cook has managed a disappointing 64 yards on four receptions. It's not surprising, but not what fantasy owners were hoping for. Cook is now without his starting quarterback for the next six weeks of the season and cannot be trusted as more than a middle-of-the-road TE2 going forward. Consider him a risky start in Week 3 in Seattle.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 3
    Titans7
    Jaguars20
    Final | Recap
    Bengals44u
    Bills-6
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Dolphins47u
    Cowboys-22.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Broncos42.5u
    Packers-7.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Falcons47u
    Colts-1.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Ravens52u
    Chiefs-5.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Raiders43.5u
    Vikings-9
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Jets43.5u
    Patriots-22
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Lions45.5u
    Eagles-6
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Panthers44u
    Cardinals-2.5
    Sun 4:05pm ET
    Giants47.5u
    Buccaneers-6
    Sun 4:05pm ET
    Texans48.5u
    Chargers-3
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Steelers43u
    49ers-6.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Saints44.5u
    Seahawks-4.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Rams47.5u
    Browns+3.0
    Sun 8:20pm ET
    Bears41u
    Redskins+4.0
    Mon 8:15pm ET
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