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New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones will have his work cut out for him against the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon. While these two teams are evenly matched, New York has a relentless defense featuring the likes of Sauce Gardner, Quinnen Williams, and others. The Patriots may choose to establish the running game early, though there's still room for Jones to have a big day. He's off to a solid start this season, totaling 547 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions through two games. He ranks as a mid-to-low QB2 in Week 3 of fantasy football.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards could be in line for even more opportunities in Week 3 as Justice Hill (toe) has been missing from practice for most of the week. The two backs saw a near 50/50 split in carries in Week 2 but Edwards walked away with a touchdown and much more efficient game. If Hill can't give it a go, Melvin Gordon III is waiting to step into a backup role, but the carries should heavily favor Edwards. The Colts have a middle-of-the-pack defense against the run and if the Ravens can get out to a big lead, then the ground game should take even more precedence. Fantasy managers can deploy Edwards into their flex spot and feel quite comfortable.
New England Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson should be a central part of the team's offensive attack against the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon. Stevenson is already off to a great start this season, totaling 149 scrimmage yards and one touchdown, and should see plenty of volume as the Patriots face a stout Jets defense. If the game is close or the Patriots have the lead and Bill Belichick doesn't want to test Sauce Gardner, we should see a lot of runs and shorter passes, which is where Stevenson excels. He ranks as a high-end fantasy RB2 with tremendous upside.
New England Patriots running back Ezekiel Elliott can be left on your bench or waivers in most fantasy leagues this week. As the Patriots gear up for a clash with the New York Jets, Rhamondre Stevenson continues to have a firm hold on the No. 1 running back role. Elliott, on the other hand, has been uninspiring when given the ball, logging 3.5 YPC, zero touchdowns, and one lost fumble. His only shot at fantasy relevance is an injury to Stevenson.
New England Patriots wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster should be benched (or left on waivers) in most fantasy leagues ahead of Sunday's game versus the New York Jets. Smith-Schuster has been the definition of mediocre so far, totaling 13 targets, six catches, and 61 yards through his first two games with the Patriots. He continues to be out-snapped and out-produced by DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne, and Hunter Henry, making it tough for him to earn volume in the first place. Look for other options to deploy at WR or FLEX this week.
The New Orleans Saints defense/special teams has been a solid unit so far in 2023, surrendering just 16 points per game to opponents and averaging two takeaways per game. They have also totaled seven sacks in the first two games, succeeding at putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks. This should be the toughest test that Green Bay Packers first-year starting quarterback Jordan Love has faced, and he could struggle against a sound New Orleans defense. Start the Saints' defense in Week 3.
New York Giants wide receiver Parris Campbell caught all six of his targets, but only for a grand total of 24 yards, in the team's 30-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. His longest effort on the day went for seven yards. Campbell became a primary option on the offense as the Giants' game plan focused on short passes and screens. Only tight end Darren Waller had more targets for the Giants on Thursday night. There are not any Giants' pass-catching options that need to be rostered, other than Waller.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is a must-start again as he's set to take on a Colts team in Week 3 that can be exploited in the passing game. Through two games, Jackson has completed 74.5% of his passes for 406 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. The Colts gave up 31 points and 241 yards through the air against the Jaguars and then just let up another 20 points and 384 yards to the Texans. Jackson's weapons and his escapability from the pocket allow him to be a high-end QB1 option in this matchup.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick (chest) was injured during Monday's win over Cleveland Browns. The superstar safety was sent to the hospital for precautionary scans, but luckily he came back with no serious injuries. Fitzpatrick missed Wednesday's practice, but was able to get in a limited session on Thursday. Right now, Fitzpatrick is on track to suit up for the Week 3 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders. His return would certainly be a significant boost for this secondary.
New York Giants tight end Darren Waller caught just three of his seven targets for 20 yards in the team's 30-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants' game plan was to get the ball out of Jones' hands quickly, and he rarely took the chance downfield to the veteran tight end. Jones' lone interception came on a target to Waller late in the fourth quarter. The former Pro Bowler will have another chance to prove himself as a top tight end option in fantasy football next Monday against the Seattle Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams (knee) was a limited participant during Thursday's practice session. The All-Pro safety opened the week with a full session, so possibly the team decided to dial it back on Thursday. It's unclear if the limited session Thursday was for rest purposes or a setback. Regardless, his session on Friday will go a long way to determining his availability for Week 3. His absence would obviously be a significant hit to the Seahawks defense versus the Carolina Panthers this weekend. Fantasy managers will have to check back on Friday for another update on Adams.
New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones completed 22 passes for 137 yards, zero touchdowns, and an interception in the team's 30-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants' game plan focused on screens and short passes due to injuries along the offensive line. Jones rarely took shots down the field in an effort to avoid the San Francisco pass rush. The 26-year-old's interception came on what ultimately proved to be his final pass. Tyrod Taylor replaced him on the next drive with the game out of hand. Jones and the Giants will next host the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.
Miami Dolphins running back De'Von Achane could be looking at a bigger role heading into the Week 3 matchup against the Denver Broncos. The rookie back sat out Week 1 to fully recover from a preseason injury. He made his NFL debut last week, but played in a limited role. The expectation is that Achane will have larger role this week with the backfield banged up. Raheem Mostert will be the starter, while his primary backup in Salvon Ahmed (groin) is unlikely to play. That means, Achane could step into the No. 2 role for this upcoming game. It would likely lead to increased snaps and hopefully some streaming appeal. However, Mostert will handle a majority of the snaps, so Achane would mainly be a deep league option, assuming he serves as the primary backup.
New Orleans Saints rookie kicker Blake Grupe has been reliable when called upon in his first NFL season and has not yet missed a field goal or extra point attempt. Grupe is a top-10 kicker in fantasy, and should be in lineups this week against the Green Bay Packers. The rookie has averaged 2.5 field goals per game and should continue kicking at a high clip.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young (ankle) hasn't practiced this week and is not expected to suit up for the Week 3 matchup versus the Seattle Seahawks. The rookie quarterback suffered an ankle injury at some point during last week's matchup against the New Orleans Saints. He was able to play through the pain, but will now possibly miss some time. The organization doesn't expect Young to miss more than two games. That being said, Young could possibly be on the sideline for Week 4 as well. The team will likely wait and see how his ankle issue progresses over the next week or so. Until then, Andy Dalton will be under center for the Panthers.
New Orleans Saints second-year wide receiver Rashid Shaheed has lived off of big plays over the early portion of his career. He has had no shortage of them this season, keeping the former undrafted free agent on the fantasy radar. Shaheed has only been targeted ten times this season, but has a total of 163 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown. He has operated as both a deep threat and YAC receiver for Derek Carr and has been effective in his role. Shaheed can be started, but be cautious as he needs to rip off a big play to pay off.
New York Giants running back Matt Breida scored a touchdown on limited touches in the team's 30-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The veteran got the starting nod with star Saquon Barkley (ankle) sitting out. Breida only had four carries and three catches for 18 total yards but the entire Giants team only had 11 carries on the night. He salvaged his fantasy performance with the Giants' only touchdown, which came early in the third quarter. Barkley is dealing with a high-ankle sprain and could miss even more time. Breida is worth a spot on your roster until Barkley returns.
New Orleans Saints tight end Juwan Johnson has had a slow start to his 2023 fantasy campaign after a strong 2022 season that included seven touchdowns. Johnson has only been targeted eight times, clearly behind Chris Olave, Michael Thomas, and Rashid Shaheed in the pecking order. He has totaled 49 yards and no touchdowns, disappointing anybody who has started him so far this season. Johnson is heavily touchdown-dependent due to his lackluster volume, and should be avoided this week against the Green Bay Packers in what projects as a low-scoring game.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly (shoulder) was unable to practice on Thursday, according to John Boyle. Dissly has now missed back-to-back practices due to a lingering shoulder issue which puts his status for Week 3 in danger. There's still a chance he practices on Friday, but Dissly is trending in the wrong direction. His absence would mean that Noah Fant and Colby Parkinson would likely split up the reps. Between the two, Fant is the better streaming choice, but is more of a deep league option.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olave will continue to soak up targets in Week 3. Olave has been targeted a team-high 21 times through the first two games and likely will remain quarterback Derek Carr's go-to option in the passing game. While Jaire Alexander blanketed D.J. Moore in Week 1, Drake London (6-67-1) had more success against him in Week 2. Alexander will likely shadow Olave, which could make his matchup tough, but do not hesitate to keep him in lineups this week.
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