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  • Player Notes
    Indianapolis Colts Sep 28 12:00pm ET

    The Indianapolis Colts Defense dominated the Jets, as expected, in Week 3. They allowed just seven points, grabbed three interceptions and had two defensive touchdowns. After the Jets scored their first touchdown, the Colts locked in and controlled the rest of the game. It was the Colts second straight game where they forced the opposing quarterback to throw three interceptions. The Jets have been one of the worst teams in the NFL through three weeks, so it is tough to gauge the overall value of the Colts defense going forward. However, there is something to be said for doing what is expected of you. They will take on the Bears new-look offense next week, with quarterbackNick Foles looking like the new starter under center.

    From RotoBaller

    T Y Hilton Sep 28 12:00pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton had another average performance in Week 3 against the lowly Jets, catching just three passes for 52 yards on three targets. Hilton led the team in yards, but it is not the fantasy performance you would like to see from a perennial 1,000-yard receiver. Part of this performance is due to the Colts getting ahead fairly early and not needing to throw the ball much, but Hilton has failed to catch more than five passes in each of the first three weeks. His lack of targets should also be concerning, as he's averaging just a little over five targets through the first few weeks. He will go against a solid Bears secondary in Week 4, where he'll be looking for his first strong performance of the year.

    From RotoBaller

    Mo Alie-Cox Sep 28 12:00pm ET

    Indianapolis Colts tight end Mo Alie-Cox grabbed three receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown in a Sunday win against the Jets. Alie-Cox had some bust potential coming into the week, but a 45-yard reception and a touchdown made him a valuable fantasy play at tight end. Alie-Cox played 60 percent of the team's offensive snaps, and he is certainly taking advantage of the opportunity with Jack Doyle out of the lineup because of an injury. His sample size is small, so it is tough to say what his value is going forward. It could be a couple good weeks and then he disappears, but he is showing that he is worthy of a roster spot on any fantasy team as long as Doyle remains out. Alie-Cox will look to have another strong performance in Week 4 against the Bears.

    From RotoBaller

    Philip Rivers Sep 28 11:50am ET

    Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers had an efficient performance Sunday against the Jets, throwing for 217 yards, completing over 80 percent of his passes and tossing one touchdown. The low amount of pass attempts was expected coming into the week. The Colts were tied with the Jets early in the game but blew them out after that, scoring 29 unanswered points en route to a win. Therefore, Rivers did not need to throw the ball too much, and the game was controlled by the defense and running the clock. This marks two straight games in which Rivers has recorded less than 30 pass attempts, so his fantasy stock is not too high at the moment. He will likely have to throw more next week against the Bears, but Rivers is more of a bench option in single-QB leagues until there is reason to think otherwise.

    From RotoBaller

    DeSean Jackson Sep 28 11:50am ET

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) is undergoing tests on his hamstring on Monday, but the belief is that he's dealing with a minor strain, according to sources. The Eagles were extra cautious with the oft-injured speedster in the Week 3 tie against the Bengals. However, his availability for Week 4 against the 49ers is up in the air this early in the week. Jackson had another disappointing week on Sunday, catching just two of his four targets for 11 yards before suffering the injury and leaving the game. The veteran wideout just hasn't taken advantage of the injuries to Alshon Jeffery and rookie Jalen Reagor. If D-Jax misses Week 4, the Eagles will really be struggling for pass-catchers after tight end Dallas Goedert also left Sunday's game with a potentially serious injury.

    From RotoBaller

    Lamar Jackson Sep 28 11:40am ET

    Washington Football Team rookie defensive end Chase Young's (groin) injury is not believed to be serious, but he'll undergo tests on Monday to make sure. It looks like Washington has dodged a bullet with the second overall pick in the draft. They'll definitely need the young pass-rusher if they hope to slow down Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens in a daunting Week 4 matchup. The 21-year-old from Ohio State didn't tally and tackles or sacks against the Browns on Sunday, but he does have eight combined tackles, two tackles for loss, two QB hits, one forced fumble and 2.5 sacks in his first three games. Young is the real deal rushing the passer and should already be in consideration in IDP leagues at his position.

    From RotoBaller

    Jabrill Peppers Sep 28 11:40am ET

    New York Giants safety Jabrill Peppers (ankle), who limped off the field in pain in the Week 3 loss to the 49ers, is believed to have suffered a low ankle sprain, according to a source. The injury looked bad on Sunday, but it appeared worse than it is. Julian Love replaced Peppers in the secondary when Peppers exited the game, but it's unclear if Peppers will have to miss any time moving forward. Consider him questionable for Week 4 against the Rams for now and monitor his practice status throughout the week. The Giants Defense should definitely be faded in a tough matchup with the Rams offense in Week 4, regardless of Peppers' status.

    From RotoBaller

    Chris Carson Sep 28 11:30am ET

    Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (knee) is believed to have suffered a sprained knee in the Week 3 win over the Cowboys, according to a source. The injury should allow him to return to the field shortly, pending the results of his MRI exam on Monday. Before going down in the fourth quarter, Carson had 14 carries for 64 yards and three catches for 12 yards. He has three touchdowns on the season through three weeks (all through the air) and will continue to have solid fantasy value in Seattle's high-octane offense, but it remains to be seen if he'll be ready for a good matchup in Week 4 against the Dolphins. If Carson has to miss time, it will be Carlos Hyde, Travis Homer and rookie DeeJay Dallas splitting the backfield repetitions.

    From RotoBaller

    Wil Lutz Sep 28 11:20am ET

    New Orleans Saints kicker Wil Lutz made all three field-goal attempts and all three extra-points in a Week 3 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Lutz was busy in a game that saw a combined 67 points put on the board. His night included a couple 30-yarders and a 45-yard kick late in the game that brought the Saints within a touchdown. The 26-year-old has yet to miss a kick and has been fantastic to start the 2020 season. He might be the best kicker to roster in fantasy football right now so keep him in lineups as an every-week starter.

    From RotoBaller

    New Orleans Saints Sep 28 11:20am ET

    The New Orleans Saints Defense did not look particularly good in a 37-30 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Not only did they allow 30-plus points for the second straight game but the pass rush only mustered one sack of opposing quarterback Aaron Rodgers. For much of the night, the Saints couldn't get near the veteran signal-caller. It's a disappointing performance for a unit that had high expectations coming into the season. Fortunately, there are some better matchups coming up against the Lions and Chargers, so maybe they can turn it around.

    From RotoBaller

    Jared Cook Sep 28 11:10am ET

    New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook (groin) caught two of three targets for 21 receiving yards in a 37-30 loss to the Packers. Cook saw only three targets as he was blanketed by the Packers Defense and then left the game late in the third quarter with a groin injury. There's no word yet on the severity of the injury, but Cook was limping badly as he left the field. If he is forced to miss time, rookie Adam Trautman could see some more playing time. All other Saints pass-catchers would get a slight boost if Cook misses time, though we need to see a little more from Drew Brees in this offense to confidently use any secondary options.

    From RotoBaller

    Tre'Quan Smith Sep 28 10:50am ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith had a quiet day in a Week 3 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Smith saw the second-most targets on the team but could only muster four catches for 42 receiving yards. It was a disappointing performance considering the number of targets that were potentially available, though most of them were gobbled up by Alvin Kamara in the short, passing game. Most of Smith's potential fantasy value will hinge on the Week 4 status of Michael Thomas (ankle), though the matchup against the Lions is certainly an enticing one. Even so, Smith will be harder to trust after burning fantasy managers in this one.

    From RotoBaller

    Emmanuel Sanders Sep 28 10:40am ET

    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders caught four of five targets for 56 receiving yards and a touchdown against the Packers. Sanders enjoyed his best game of the season in Week 3, as he was Drew Brees' favorite pass-catcher besides Alvin Kamara. Brees found Sanders in the end zone for a touchdown right before the end of the first half. The veteran wideout probably could have had more if Brees had been able to get the ball downfield to him, though it's still a solid performance for him to build upon. Depending on the status of Michael Thomas (ankle), Sanders could have flex value against a struggling Lions Defense.

    From RotoBaller

    Corey Davis Sep 28 10:30am ET

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis recorded five receptions on six targets for 69 yards in Week three against the Vikings. Despite finishing second on the team in targets, Davis led the team in receiving yards in the absence of A.J. Brown (knee). The majority of his production came on a 38-yard reception that ultimately set up a one-yard rushing score for Derrick Henry late in the third quarter. Davis may be heading toward a fourth-year breakout. He has 206 yards and a touchdown across three games and should continue to be valuable as long as A.J. Brown remains sidelined. He faces a stingy Steelers Defense in Week four.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan Tannehill Sep 28 10:30am ET

    Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed 23 of his 37 pass attempts for 321 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in Week three against Minnesota. Tannehill topped 300 yards for the first time this season. In particular, he showed a connection on deep passes with Kalif Raymond, logging completions of 61 and 44 yards. The negative -- Tannehill failed to find the end zone for the first time this season as the team settled for six field goals. He and the Titans will face a stiff test in week four when they take on the Steelers. He will be a low-end QB2 in that contest.

    From RotoBaller

    Latavius Murray Sep 28 10:20am ET

    New Orleans Saints running back Latavius Murray carried the ball a team-high 12 times for 58 rushing yards and caught one pass for seven receiving yards in a 37-30 loss to the Packers. Murray was overshadowed by the Alvin Kamara show, but he actually ran the ball really well, with a touchdown being the only thing missing. The veteran back will have standalone fantasy value in some games but this game reinforced one very important fact. Aside from Kareem Hunt, Murray might be the most valuable insurance policy in fantasy football. If something were to happen to Kamara, he would get a gargantuan workload, as he did last year when he was given the reins to the backfield. Murray could be in the flex conversation in Week 4 against a bad Lions' run defense.

    From RotoBaller

    Alvin Kamara Sep 28 10:10am ET

    New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara was unstoppable in a Week 3 loss to Green Bay. Kamara picked up 58 rushing yards on six carries but was devastating as a receiver, catching 13 of 14 targets for 139 receiving yards and two touchdowns. The 25-year-old was so incredible as a pass-catcher that he would have finished as the WR1 in PPR formats (pending Monday night)- and not far behind in standard leagues. The absence of Michael Thomas (ankle) has clearly resulted in a huge receiving workload for Kamara. Make no mistake though, he looks healthy and explosive and could easily finish as the top scorer at the running back position in both formats even with Thomas back in the lineup. He'll get a Week 4 matchup against the Lions, who have been bad at defending running backs for over a year now.

    From RotoBaller

    Jonnu Smith Sep 28 9:50am ET

    Tennessee Titans tight end Jonnu Smith recorded five receptions on eight targets for 61 yards in week three against the Vikings. Smith led the team with eight targets, continuing his target uptick to start the 2020 season. He delivered several explosive plays in the game, including receptions of 21, 16 and 14 yards. He has already seen 20 targets to begin the season and has shown good chemistry with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He's a solid TE1 going forward but he gets a tough test against a stingy Steelers Defense in week four.

    From RotoBaller

    Kalif Raymond Sep 28 9:50am ET

    Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kalif Raymond caught three receptions for 118 yards in the team's Week three victory over the Vikings. Raymond delivered the two biggest offensive plays of the day for the Titans, hauling in receptions of 61 and 44 yards. This was Raymond's first true involvement in the offense in 2020, as he had run just 18 routes entering the Week three contest. However, he emerged last season -- particularly in the playoffs -- as a deep threat and flashed the ability to maintain that role with this performance. He will not be much of a factor once A.J. Brown returns.

    From RotoBaller

    Drew Brees Sep 28 9:50am ET

    New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees completed 29 of 36 passes for 288 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-30 loss to the Packers. Brees may not have looked downfield as much as others would have liked, but he certainly did enough to get the job done. He had a nice touchdown throw to Emmanuel Sanders in the end zone, but Brees' main job all night was to get the ball in the hands of Alvin Kamara, who could not be stopped. This was definitely an encouraging bounce-back from Brees for fantasy purposes and his future outlook would be helped even more if Michael Thomas (ankle) could suit up for Week 4 against a poor Lions' secondary.

    From RotoBaller

  • NFL Week 3
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    Buccaneers28
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