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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:

Saints @ Raiders
Yardage adjustment of +2 yds on pass from Derek Carr to Darren Waller. Carr 284 yds passing. Waller 105 yds receiving. Saints 377 yds allowed.

Bills @ Miami
Yardage adjustment off -2 yds on pass from Josh Allen to Dawson Knox. Allen 415 yds passing. Knox 36 yds receiving. Plus, change of +1 yd to 19 yds rushing for Josh Allen. Both net change to 523 yds allowed by the Dolphins.

Rams @ Eagles
Blocked kick credited to Malik Jackson changed to Hassann Ridgewy.

League-wide there were over 100 tackles and assists changes.

  • Standings
    McDiggity0.00
    Neal Collinsworth0.00
    TSF0.00
    Wildcats960.00
    topperchris0.00
    GiveItaShot0.00
    700.00
    Peoria VooDooo 20.00
    Peoria VooDooo 10.00
    Ron Bryant0.00
    Mike Love0.00
    Chickenwing0.00
    Jake from State farm0.00
    $picy Money Balls0.00
    Show Hue the DORsey0.00
    Yogi DMB0.00
    Platinum Players0.00
    Sandman0.00
    Cox0.00
    Poppo0.00
    Dr Van Nostrand0.00
    America's Team 20.00
    America's Team 10.00
    Multo Bevo 20.00
    Multo Bevo 10.00
    Rough Riders0.00
    Bigbluenation0.00
    BigLew350.00
    Lacka Therapy0.00
    Name Brand Team0.00
    Lovin' Le'Veon0.00
    Team Wagers0.00
    Deez Nutz0.00
    Oddball 20.00
    Oddball 10.00
    Bkgetsome0.00
    Smitty100.00
    Miller Time 30.00
    Miller Time 20.00
    Colonel Angus0.00
    Miller Time 10.00
    Amanda Johnson0.00
    Mike Simon0.00
    Moe Johnson 30.00
    Moe Johnson 20.00
    Moe Johnson 10.00
    Stampede Blue0.00
    Pigskin Thunder0.00
    Moonlite Coconuts0.00
    Blevins 20.00
    Blevins 10.00
    Truck12230.00
    Lil Murdog0.00
    Murdog0.00
    Nickh09230.00
    PBackert0.00
    Pay the Price0.00
    Skeeter0.00
    Cincinnati Kid0.00
    Danny Dude0.00
  • Player Notes
    Brandin Cooks Sep 25 11:40am ET

    Houston Texans wide receiver Brandin Cooks (quad) showed some encouraging signs in Week 2, being targeted eight times and finishing with five receptions for 95 yards. Cooks was eighth in the league in air yards last week. If Cooks is trending towards being quarterback Deshaun Watson's top deep option, he'll always have boom potential, but this receiving corps is just too messy and this Steelers Defense is just too good for us to consider him as anything more than a risky WR3/4 play with some upside on Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

    Raheem Mostert Sep 25 11:40am ET

    San Francisco 49ers running backs Raheem Mostert (knee) and Tevin Coleman (knee) have both officially been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Both players sustained knee injuries in the team's Week 2 win over the New York Jets. The team has said that they expect to be without Coleman for about four weeks, whereas Mostert, who is dealing with an MCL injury, could be back sooner. Mostert should be held in all fantasy leagues while Coleman should be dropped anywhere he's owned. In the short term, Jerick McKinnon stands to benefit most and is a solid RB2 in Week 3, especially in PPR leagues. Jeff Wilson Jr. is also a potential flex option and rookie JaMycal Hasty will likely get some opportunities as well.

    From RotoBaller

    Randall Cobb Sep 25 11:40am ET

    Houston Texans wide receiver Randall Cobb was expected to be a key part of the underneath game for the Texans in 2020, but so far has been an afterthought. After a five-catch, 59-yard Week 2, a few things have become clear. First, Cobb has just enough usage to make him a viable flex option in a 14-team league. Second, Cobb has a low enough floor to make playing him in a deep league still a risky proposition. Maybe his role will grow as the season rolls along, but for now you can consider him a fringe option in full PPR and not worth a play in standard scoring due to his reliance on short receptions.

    From RotoBaller

    Will Fuller Sep 25 11:30am ET

    Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller V was the team's leading receiver in Week 1, then wasn't targeted in Week 2. So, what do we make of this heading into Sunday's Week 3 contest against the Steelers? It should be noted that Fuller dealt with hamstring issues during that Week 2 game against Baltimore and that he seems to be good to go in Week 3. Still, no targets? It's really hard to trust Fuller against a good Steelers secondary, setting him up to be a high-ceiling, zero-floor WR3 option this week. Fuller could break off a 70-yard touchdown, or he could have no receptions for a second week in a row.

    From RotoBaller

    Nick Mullens Sep 25 11:30am ET

    The San Francisco 49ers have officially named quarterback Nick Mullens their starter in Week 3 against the New York Giants. Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) will be sidelined for the game as he continues to nurse a high ankle sprain. Mullens isn't someone worth starting in fantasy in Week 3. The 49ers will likely be very conservative on offense, calling a lot of running plays and dump-offs. Mullens played the second half of the team's game in Week 2 against the New York Jets and completed eight of 11 passes for 71 yards and an interception. He was also sacked twice. All 49ers pass-catchers suffer with Mullens under center, though none of them other than George Kittle (knee) if he suits up, figured to be solid starting options this week regardless.

    From RotoBaller

    Deshaun Watson Sep 25 11:20am ET

    Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has had some tough matchups to open the 2020 NFL season and that continues on Sunday as he faces the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh's defense is a talented group that should be able to pressure Watson and force early throws into a strong secondary, limiting his ceiling. Still, Deshaun Watson is Deshaun Watson, a multi-pronged threat who can bide time with his feet and search for mismatches in the deep passing game, so you're definitely playing him in any season-long league where you have him rostered. He's just risky enough to avoid in most of your DFS contests, though.

    From RotoBaller

    David Johnson Sep 25 11:20am ET

    Houston Texans running back David Johnson is an incredibly risky play in Week 3 against a Steelers Defense that's allowing the fourth-fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs. Johnson will look to do better than Giants back Saquon Barkley, who had just six rushing yards against Pittsburgh in Week 1. Johnson's still got a decent floor because of his projected share of the rushing attempts in this one and his usage in the passing game, but he's also got a low, low ceiling in this meeting. He's a risky RB3 option.

    From RotoBaller

    Derrick Henry Sep 25 11:10am ET

    Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry will be looking for the end zone for the first time this season Sunday against the winless Vikings. He's rushed for exactly 200 yards so far this year, but that has come on 56 carries. "I think we all just need to focus on improving, and getting better each week," Henry said. "And that's what we want to do as a whole, and that's what we'll continue to work on. Eventually, things will happen. So we're just focusing on improving, and getting better as a whole and it will eventually happen for us." Henry is averaging 3.6 yards per carry, with a long run of 14 yards. He's still a solid RB1 in all league formats based on volume alone.

    From RotoBaller

    Corey Davis Sep 25 11:00am ET

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis faces a young Minnesota Vikings secondary that has been outscored 71 to 45 in the first two games of the season. The matchup is enticing as he goes up against a Vikings Defense that has already allowed four receivers to go for 60-plus yards this season. Fellow receiver A.J. Brown missed another practice Thursday. If Brown misses another game Davis should be worthy of a flex start in most league formats. He's off to a solid start this year, with 10 catches and 137 yards through two games.

    From RotoBaller

    Julio Jones Sep 25 11:00am ET

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring) could be trending towards missing the team's game against the Chicago Bears this week. On Friday morning, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported that Jones's status is "very much up in the air" for Week 3. Jones played with a strained hamstring in Week 2, but the injury unfortunately got worse over the course of the game, which has prevented Jones from practicing this week. If Jones indeed sits in Week 3, Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage and Hayden Hurst stand to benefit most, while Matt Ryan's value decreases.

    From RotoBaller

    Jonnu Smith Sep 25 11:00am ET

    Tennessee Titans tight end Jonnu Smith Is enjoying a breakout campaign, as he's now totaled three touchdowns in the first two weeks of the season. He faces a Vikings team that just allowed over 100 yards to Colts tight end Mo Allie-Cox in week two. Titans receiver A.J. Brown missed another practice Thursday. If he misses another game, Smith should see a heavy amount of targets and should be started with confidence in all league formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Zack Moss Sep 25 10:50am ET

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) has been ruled out for the team's Week 3 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. Moss is dealing with a toe injury that has kept him out of practice all week. With Moss sidelined, Devin Singletary gets a big boost in value and should be considered a solid RB2 start in all formats. We should also see T.J. Yeldon make his 2020 debut as he's been inactive for the first two weeks of the year, but he isn't someone worth targeting in fantasy leagues. Moss has rushed for 48 yards on 17 carries so far this year. He also has three catches for 16 yards and a touchdown. Make sure to keep him on your roster. Hopefully, he'll be able to return to the field in Week 4.

    From RotoBaller

    Clyde Edwards-Helaire Sep 25 10:00am ET

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to bounce back in Week 3 after a rough Week 2 running the ball. CEH did catch six passes on eight targets in last Sundays contest and managers should be pleased that hes getting involved in the pass game. The Ravens defensive unit has been strong this year, but allowed over 100 yards to the Browns backfield of Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb in Week 1, before shutting down David Johnson for just 34 yards. CEH is shaping up to be the newest tool in the shed in an already explosive offense and should be considered a RB1 in Week 3.

    From RotoBaller

    Baltimore Ravens Sep 25 9:40am ET

    Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will have a tough matchup in Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens. Hill is coming off of a strong Week 2 performance, but the Ravens Defense has done a very good job at shutting down wide receivers this season. Hill is still an explosive athlete and could bust out a big play at anytime. The Ravens defense has been much friendlier to tight ends this season and Hill may have to play second fiddle to Travis Kelce in this matchup. He should be considered a low-end WR1 in Week 3.

    From RotoBaller

    Travis Kelce Sep 25 9:30am ET

    Although the Baltimore Ravens have been one of the best defenses through two weeks, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce remains a strong option in Week 3. The Ravens Defense is only allowing 305 yards per game and 11.5 points per game, but they have allowed 15 receptions, 148 yards and two touchdowns to tight ends this season. With Patrick Mahomes likely to be pressured, look for him to look Kelces way early and often. Kelce is coming off of a strong week and is the number one player at his position. He makes for a good DFS option and should be started every week by managers.

    From RotoBaller

    Patrick Mahomes Sep 25 9:10am ET

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will face his toughest task of the season on Monday versus a tough Baltimore Ravens Defense. The Ravens have allowed just 305 yards per game and thats good for second in the league. The Ravens have also only allowed 22 points on the season. Mahomes has passed for 513 yards with five touchdowns and zero interceptions through two weeks and also has rushed six times for 54 yards. Despite the tough matchup, Mahomes and the Chiefs offense remains explosive and Mahomes should be considered a QB1 and should be started every week.

    From RotoBaller

    Myles Jack Sep 25 2:23am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars LB Myles Jack recorded 11 tackles (seven solo) against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, Sept. 24.

    From TheHuddle

    Keelan Cole Sep 25 2:13am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars WR Keelan Cole caught four of five targeted passes for 43 yards on Thursday, Sept. 24, against the Miami Dolphins.

    Fantasy Spin: Cole actually led the team's receiving corps in yards, though he finished a distant second to RB James Robinson. Miami forced everything to happen in front of them and then rallied up to make the tackle, making Jacksonville have to put drives together a few yards at a time. The team could've used more from Cole with D.J. Chark out of action, but nobody other than Robinson seemed capable of making plays on Thursday. With two TDs in three weeks you can't simply dismiss Cole, but he's no better than roster depth right now.

    From TheHuddle

    Chris Conley Sep 25 2:03am ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars WR Chris Conley had three receptions (on eight targets) for 34 yards in Week 3 against the Miami Dolphins.

    Fantasy Spin: Conley looked lost Thursday night, dropping two passes that killed drives and drawing an offensive pass interference penalty that effectively ended another. On a night when the Jags needed someone to step up and fill the void left by D.J. Chark, Conley couldn't have played much worse.

    From TheHuddle

    DeVante Parker Sep 25 1:03am ET

    Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker caught five passes for 69 yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday, Sept. 23.

    Fantasy Spin: While modest, Parker's 69 yards more than doubled the next-highest receiver for Miami in a game where they simply maximized their opportunities and let Jacksonville make mistakes. A lingering hamstring injury appears to be limiting his effectiveness, particularly downfield, but he was sure handed and still found ways to get enough separation to make the catch. There are definitely weeks where Parker will perform in the WR2 bracket, though it's best to consider him more of a WR3 when setting your lineup.

    From TheHuddle

  • NFL Week 3
    Dolphins31
    Jaguars13
    Final | Recap
    Bears47u
    Falcons-3
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Rams46.5u
    Bills-2
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    FB Team45u
    Browns-7
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Titans49.5u
    Vikings+2.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Raiders47.5u
    Patriots-5.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    49ers41.5u
    Giants+3.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Bengals47u
    Eagles-4.5
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Texans45u
    Steelers-4
    Sun 1:00pm ET
    Jets44u
    Colts-11.5
    Sun 4:05pm ET
    Panthers43.5u
    Chargers-6.5
    Sun 4:05pm ET
    Buccaneers43u
    Broncos+5.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Lions55.5u
    Cardinals-5.5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Cowboys56.5u
    Seahawks-5
    Sun 4:25pm ET
    Packers52.5u
    Saints-3
    Sun 8:20pm ET
    Chiefs54.5u
    Ravens-3.5
    Mon 8:15pm ET
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