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  • Standings
    CGUNIT0.00
    Nichols Rd 20.00
    Team 2410.00
    Barnone #20.00
    Barnone #30.00
    LilSmittyBonFire0.00
    Team 2330.00
    Team 2300.00
    Team 2260.00
    Arrowheads Up0.00
    Yaya Ding Dong0.00
    Team 422230.00
    Team 2220.00
    Team 3210.00
    Da Haga0.00
    Clodus690.00
    REVENUE0.00
    DamnYouScubaSteve0.00
    udontnodick0.00
    Wolty0.00
    FunkyColdMedina0.00
    Team40.00
    Team20.00
    Team 690.00
    Chicago Nightmares Inc.20.00
    5th and 100.00
    Team 530.00
    HagaBomb0.00
    Turdbisky's Incompletions0.00
    Joe G0.00
    The Golden Jets0.00
    Always next year0.00
    Oreo190.00
    THE TITTY BANGERS0.00
    3 In the Stink0.00
    Chicago Nightmares Inc.0.00
    Triple d0.00
    Chitown Hustler0.00
    The buergs0.00
    The Thrill0.00
    Barnone0.00
  • Player Notes
    Durham Smythe Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Durham Smythe

    Miami Dolphins tight end Durham Smythe hauled in all three of his targets for 23 yards against the Buffalo Bills in Week 3. He finished with the second-most receptions and third-most receiving yards among Miami players. Still, Smythe has just five catches for 42 yards this season and should be left on waivers in all fantasy leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Randy Bullock Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Randy Bullock

    Tennessee Titans kicker Randy Bullock made his only field goal attempt in the win against the Las Vegas Raiders. He made a 48-yarder and was a perfect three-for-three on extra points attempts, so he wasn't a bust, but he didn't provide anything special in the kicker slot. Fantasy managers can continue to monitor his performances, but he's not considered a top-flight fantasy kicker at this point in the year.

    From RotoBaller

    K.J. Osborn Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    K.J. Osborn

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver K.J. Osborn caught five passes for 73 yards and the game-winning touchdown in Week 3 against the Lions. Osborn tied Adam Thielen for the team lead in targets with eight, but fantasy managers shouldn't expect this to continue moving forward. Justin Jefferson is the clear WR1 in this offense with Thielen as the No. 2 option, so Osborn won't have much fantasy value moving forward unless someone ahead of him misses time.

    From RotoBaller

    Joe Flacco Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Joe Flacco

    New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco did not play at an elite level in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Flacco completed 28 of his 52 passes, totaling 285 scoreless yards while throwing two interceptions. All Jets scores came from their kicker, with the team unable to find the end zone. With Zach Wilson (knee) expected to be cleared before Week 4, this may have been Flacco's last start for a while. He can be dropped in most formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Miles Sanders Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Miles Sanders

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders recorded 15 carries for 46 yards, adding one reception for a one-yard loss, during the team's 24-8 victory over the Washington Commanders. The stat line for the 25-year-old was disappointing considering how good the matchup was, but Philadelphia's passing attack was leading the charge Sunday. Sanders did see 75% of the running back carries, with teammates Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott tallying just five in total. The fourth-year back is still the clear leader of the backfield and has brighter days ahead for fantasy purposes. Sanders will face the Jacksonville Jaguars in Philadelphia next week and should be considered an RB2 in that matchup.

    From RotoBaller

    Breece Hall Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Breece Hall

    New York Jets rookie running back Breece Hall got 14 touches in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Hall ran the ball eight times, gaining 39 yards. He also caught six passes, gaining 53 more yards. He was targeted 11 times, leading the team. Quarterback Joe Flacco was inaccurate all day, but it was definitely encouraging to see Hall get so many targets even while splitting backfield time with Michael Carter. With Zach Wilson (knee) expected back in Week 4, the Jets offense should continue to improve.

    From RotoBaller

    Khalil Herbert Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Khalil Herbert

    Chicago Bears running back Khalil Herbert came in after starter David Montgomery left with an injury to post 169 total yards with touchdowns in the team's 23-20 win over the Texans. Montgomery departed in the first half with what appeared to be a significant lower-leg injury and Herbert exploded in his place. He carried the ball 20 times for 157 yards, ripping off a 57-yard run in the second half and posted two touchdowns. Whether Montgomery will miss time has not been announced but Herbert is a must-grab, if available, in fantasy leagues heading into Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Kevin Byard Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Kevin Byard

    The Tennessee Titans' defense allowed 22 points in the win over the Las Vegas Raiders. Derek Carr was only sacked once, but he was picked off by All-Pro Safety Kevin Byard. Tennessee's D/ST wasn't a complete bust, but it was far from a noteworthy performance as Carr passed for 303 yards and two touchdowns. Tennessee's secondary has looked awful through three weeks, its D/ST shouldn't be on the fantasy radar at this point in the year.

    From RotoBaller

    Greg Joseph Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Greg Joseph

    Minnesota Vikings kicker Greg Joseph missed both of his field goal attempts in Week 3 but was able to make all four extra point attempts in the team's 28-24 victory over the Lions. He hasn't produced good fantasy numbers in the past two weeks, but he remains tied to an offense that should be able to put points on the board. He will remain a streaming option moving forward.

    From RotoBaller

    Michael Carter Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Michael Carter

    New York Jets running back Michael Carter received a dozen touches in a Week 3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Carter carried the ball 11 times for 39 yards and caught one of his two targets for an additional seven yards. Carter led the backfield in carries, but rookie Breece Hall gained the same 39 yards on three fewer touches. Hall was also targeted a team-high 11 times compared to Carter's two. Carter will continue to have a key role in the Jets backfield, but it seems clear that Hall is going to be "the guy", at least for fantasy purposes.

    From RotoBaller

    Mark Andrews Sep 25 5:00pm ET
    Mark Andrews

    Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews caught eight of his 13 targets for 59 yards during the win over New England. Even better, he also accounted for two of Lamar Jackson's four passing touchdowns on the day. The 27-year-old is having a terrific season and has now received double-digit targets in each of his previous two games. Managers should expect Andrews to remain routinely involved, so he needs to be featured in all fantasy lineups moving ahead.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Jefferson Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Justin Jefferson

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson had his second straight uncharacteristic performance in Week 3 as he caught just three passes for 14 yards. Jefferson saw just six targets in this one, as Adam Thielen and K.J. Osborn both out-targeted him in this one. Fantasy managers shouldn't be overly concerned with Jefferson's lack of production in the last two games, as he will continue to be valued as an elite option at the WR position. The 23-year-old will look to bounce back in Week 4 against the New Orleans Saints.

    From RotoBaller

    Treylon Burks Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Treylon Burks

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks caught just one of his two targets for 13 yards in the win against the Las Vegas Raiders. It's worth noting he added eight rushing yards, but he was clearly a bust in fantasy football this week. He fell one yard short of the end zone on his loan catch, so it's not as if he didn't have a chance to score fantasy points. He can't be written off after one down performance, but it's tough to trust him in lineups until his breakout game comes. Robert Woods is the Titans' WR1 until further notice.

    From RotoBaller

    Robby Anderson Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Robby Anderson

    Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robbie Anderson hauled in just one of four targets for 14 yards in the team's 22-14 Week 3 victory against the New Orleans Saints. Anderson has cooled off considerably after starting the season with a 100-yard performance in which he scored and led the Panthers in targets. He has been a boom-or-bust fantasy option throughout his career and that isn't likely to change in a Carolina offense that is struggling to find the end zone. He is worthy of a roster spot only in deep leagues and is not a reliable fantasy starter.

    From RotoBaller

    Jalen Hurts Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Jalen Hurts

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts went 22-for-35, throwing for 340 yards and three touchdowns while adding nine carries for 20 yards during the team's 24-8 victory over the Washington Commanders. The third-year quarterback did his damage through the air this week, throwing touchdowns to his top three targets, A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert. Hurts typically scores a good portion of his fantasy points on the ground, but he was so good through the air that he will still finish as a top-tier fantasy quarterback compared to the rest of the league by the end of Monday night. Philadelphia's offense is on a roll right now, and they will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at home next week in another favorable matchup. Hurts is locked in as a top-five fantasy quarterback for the foreseeable future.

    From RotoBaller

    Tyreek Hill Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Tyreek Hill

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill turned four targets into just two catches for 33 yards against the Buffalo Bills in Week 3. Although his production was underwhelming, he isn't to blame. Rather, it wasa product of Miami possessing the ball for just 19 minutes and 20 seconds, less than one-third of the game. In fact, Miami's time of possession was the eighth-lowest mark by a winning team since the stat started being measured in 1991. The talented receiver should bounce back against the Cincinnati Bengals next week. Fantasy managers can view him as a mid-to-low WR1.

    From RotoBaller

    Adam Thielen Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Adam Thielen

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver caught six passes for 61 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 3 victory over the Lions. Thielen was targeted eight times, as that was tied for the team lead with K.J. Osborn. Thielen has proven to be one of the best red zone threats in the league over the past couple of seasons, which will firmly put him in the WR2/FLEX discussion moving forward. The veteran will look to build on a strong performance next week against the Saints.

    From RotoBaller

    Geoff Swaim Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Geoff Swaim

    Tennessee Titans tight end Geoff Swaim caught all three of his targets for 19 yards and a touchdown in the win against the Las Vegas Raiders. After three games, Swaim is out-targeting Austin Hooper, but neither should be on the fantasy radar until further notice. The Titans' passing game looks to be up and down, and since they are a run-first offense, there's not a ton of fantasy appeal for any Titans' pass-catchers not named Robert Woods or Treylon Burks.

    From RotoBaller

    Ian Thomas Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    Ian Thomas

    Carolina Panthers tight end Ian Thomas finished with just two receptions for 13 yards on three targets in the team's Week 3 win against the New Orleans Saints. Thomas has not been very involved in the Panthers' offense that is struggling to produce for fantasy. He should not be in consideration for a fantasy roster spot and can be left on waivers.

    From RotoBaller

    River Cracraft Sep 25 4:50pm ET
    River Cracraft

    Miami Dolphins wide receiver River Cracraft hauled in his lone target for an 11-yard touchdown reception against the Buffalo Bills in Week 3. Although he was outproduced by Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill, Cracraft was on the receiving end of Tua Tagovailoa's lone touchdown strike. Still, he lacks fantasy appeal given his inconsistent usage and should be left on waivers in most leagues.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 3
    Steelers17
    Browns29
    Final | Recap
    Texans20
    Bears23
    Final | Recap
    Raiders22
    Titans24
    Final | Recap
    Chiefs17
    Colts20
    Final | Recap
    Bills19
    Dolphins21
    Final | Recap
    Lions24
    Vikings28
    Final | Recap
    Ravens37
    Patriots26
    Final | Recap
    Bengals27
    Jets12
    Final | Recap
    Eagles24
    Commanders8
    Final | Recap
    Saints14
    Panthers22
    Final | Recap
    Jaguars13
    Chargers0
    2nd Qtr 7:58
    Rams10
    Cardinals0
    2nd Qtr 14:13
    Falcons10
    Seahawks10
    End of 1st Qtr
    Packers7
    Buccaneers3
    2nd Qtr 11:50
    49ers45u
    Broncos+1.5
    Sun 8:20pm ET
    Cowboys39u
    Giants-1
    Mon 8:15pm ET
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