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Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Zay Jones (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's Week 3 game against the Houston Texans. The 28-year-old wide receiver hurt his knee during Week 2 and didn't log a practice this week as a result. Jones looked sharp in Week 1, snagging five catches (seven targets) for 55 yards and a score but didn't log a reception in Week 2. His absence should lead to target increases for receivers Calvin Ridley, Christian Kirk, and tight end Evan Engram. Jamal Agnew will most likely mix in during three wide receiver sets. Fantasy managers who were hoping Jones would suit up on Sunday need to look elsewhere now.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Puka Nacua (oblique) returned to practice on Friday, according to beat writer Adam Grosbard. Grosbard added that Nacua was participating in practice during the portion open to the media, so there's a chance it was a limited session. This is an encouraging sign for Nacua, who was held out of practice on Thursday. The Rams have expressed that they want to take it easy on the rookie wideout but they don't anticipate him being limited for their Monday night tilt against the Cincinnati Bengals. Nacua has been a target hog across the first two games of his NFL career, hauling in 25 receptions (35 targets) for 266 scoreless yards. As long as he remains quarterback Matthew Stafford's favorite target, he should be rostered and started in all fantasy football leagues.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (calf) was a limited participant in Friday's practice. Burrow didn't do anything on Wednesday after aggravating a right-calf injury in the Week 2 loss to the Baltimore Ravens that caused him to miss all of training camp and the preseason this summer. The return to practice gives the 26-year-old a chance to play on Monday night against the Los Angeles Rams, but we'll know more about Burrow's status on Saturday. Cincinnati isn't going to put their franchise signal-caller in harm's way, so fantasy managers should consider him an extremely risky QB1 play for the week with the Bengals contest coming on Monday. If Burrow is held out, Jake Browning would run the offense, which in turn would make all of Cincy's offensive skills players hard to trust.
Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Chris Boswell had a solid performance in Week 2 and will look to stay perfect on the season in a Week 3 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders. Despite his consistency as an NFL kicker, there is little upside to starting Boswell in fantasy lineups. The Steelers are averaging just 16.5 points per game and were forced to rely on big defensive plays to win last week. Boswell could conceivably have a busy day against the Raiders, who are allowing the eighth-most points in the league, but fantasy managers should wait to see improvements from Pittsburgh's offense before considering him a streaming option.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf (ribs) is listed as questionable to face the visiting Carolina Panthers in Week 3 on Sunday. Metcalf missed practice time this week, as expected, after taking a hard shot to the ribs in the Week 2 overtime win over the Detroit Lions. Despite the injury, he managed to haul in all six of his targets last week for 75 yards after scoring in the season opener. All signs point to Metcalf toughing it out this weekend and suiting up, so he should remain locked into all starting fantasy lineups as a WR2. If for any reason he doesn't see his normal allotment of snaps this Sunday, Tyler Lockett and rookie first-rounder Jaxon Smith-Njigba would benefit from some extra looks against Carolina.
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Pat Freiermuth was shut down in Week 2 but will have a great opportunity to get back on track in a Week 3 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders. Last week, Pittsburgh faced the Cleveland Browns, who were stout against fantasy tight ends in 2022. The Raiders, on the other hand, were much more friendly to the position last season and have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to tight ends so far in 2023. The Steelers' offense is difficult to trust right now, but Freiermuth has been a solid fantasy option in the past and should be viewed as a low-end TE1 for Sunday night's contest.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver George Pickens scored as a top-12 fantasy wideout in Week 2 and will look to keep the momentum going in a Week 3 bout with the Las Vegas Raiders. With Diontae Johnson (hamstring) on Injured Reserve, Pickens should continue to be the favorite target of quarterback Kenny Pickett. Pickens will have a great shot to repeat the success he found last week as Las Vegas has surrendered the 10th-most fantasy points to opposing receivers so far this season. Even if he doesn't manage to find the end zone again on Sunday night, Pickens should see enough opportunities to post a solid performance as a fantasy WR2.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (concussion) was able to put in a limited practice on Friday but is still questionable to play in Week 3 against the Denver Broncos after he picked up a concussion in the Week 2 win over the New England Patriots. Waddle remains in the league's concussion protocol and still has a bit more time to clear it, but as of right now he's an extremely shaky lineup option for fantasy managers in Week 3. Check back on Sunday morning for his official game status. If the 24-year-old is active, he needs to be put back into all starting lineups against a Denver D that has disappointed through two weeks. If Waddle misses Sunday's contest, Braxton Berrios, River Cracraft and Erik Ezukanma will look for more targets behind All-Pro wideout Tyreek Hill.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Allen Robinson III led the team's receivers in snaps last week but finished with just two receptions for 12 yards. The 30-year-old will look to bounce back in Week 3 against the Las Vegas Raiders. Robinson should continue to play on a healthy amount of snaps until Diontae Johnson (hamstring) returns, but George Pickens established himself as the focal point of Pittsburgh's passing attack in Week 2. Although he may be more effective in this soft matchup against Las Vegas than he was against the Cleveland Browns, Robinson cannot be counted on in starting fantasy lineups on Sunday night.
Minnesota Vikings kicker Greg Joseph has the look of a solid streaming option in Week 3 as the Vikings take on the Chargers. He has only attempted one field goal this season, where he connected on a 25-yard kick, but a potential high-scoring matchup this Sunday should give him an opportunity to put points on the board for fantasy managers. Joseph can be treated as nothing more than a streaming option in conventional-sized formats.
Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler (ankle) missed a second straight week of practice and has been ruled out for the second straight game in Week 3 against the Minnesota Vikings. Ekeler said earlier this week that he was making progress, but he'll now miss his second straight contest after injuring his ankle in the season opener. Consider him questionable to play in Week 4 at home against the division-rival Las Vegas Raiders for now. Joshua Kelley will look to do more this Sunday in his second straight week as the Chargers' lead running back. He flopped last week by going for just 39 yards rushing on 13 attempts while not being involved in the passing game in the Week 2 overtime loss to the Tennessee Titans. The Vikings defense is a bit more generous, though, making Kelley worth starting as an RB2.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Warren totaled 86 yards in Week 2 and will look to stay productive against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 3. Although Warren does not see many touches as a ball carrier, the 24-year-old has been highly involved as a receiver with the second-most targets on the team. Pittsburgh's matchup against the Raiders bodes well for Warren's skillset as Las Vegas has allowed the fourth-most receptions to opposing running backs so far this season. As part of a struggling Steelers offense, Warren does not offer much touchdown upside, but fantasy managers can consider starting him as a flex option in PPR leagues.
Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel is drawing an unfavorable matchup in Week 3. The Commanders are taking on the Buffalo Bills, a team allowing the sixth-lowest passing yards per game in the NFL to start the season. Not only is the matchup poor, but the weather may come into play as well with wind and heavy rain on Sunday. With Samuel already having somewhat low involvement, the matchup and environment aren't doing him any favors either. Outside of true desperation, he shouldn't be in lineups in Week 3.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown (toe) was listed as questionable for the Week 3 game against the Atlanta Falcons. St. Brown didn't practice on Wednesday, was limited on Thursday and put in a full practice on Friday. All signs point to St. Brown being active on Sunday, and he even said himself that he plans on playing this weekend. Fantasy managers will still want to double-check on Sunday morning to make sure he's active. The 23-year-old is a must-start WR1 in fantasy lineups as long as he's playing. Through two weeks to kick off his third NFL season, he's caught 12 of his 16 targets for 173 yards and a touchdown. Fellow pass-catcher Josh Reynolds (groin) is also questionable, but he followed the same practice plan this week as St. Brown, so he should also be active after a big performance in Week 2.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris has just 74 rushing yards through the first two weeks of the season and will hope to turn things around in Week 3 against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders have given up the third-most fantasy points to running backs so far this season, allowing 183 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground to the Buffalo Bills in Week 2. Jaylen Warren has been involved, primarily as a pass-catcher, but the RB1 duties in Pittsburgh still clearly belong to Harris. It's difficult to rely on the Steelers' offense right now, but in this matchup, Harris can be started in fantasy lineups as a low-end RB2.
Washington Commanders quarterback Sam Howell is facing possibly his toughest challenge so far against the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have been strong against the pass while allowing the sixth-lowest passing yards per game this season. Coming off of a strong performance against the Denver Broncos, the second-year quarterback might have his hands full. Additionally, the weather in Washington D.C. has a chance of being dreadful with plenty of wind and rain. The tough matchup coupled with the bad weather forecast has Howell looking like a desperation streamer this week. Monitor the Washington D.C. forecast, but it'd be best to find another option at quarterback.
The Minnesota Vikings D/ST will have their hands full in Week 3 as they take on the Justin Herbert-led Chargers' offense. With Austin Ekeler (ankle) ruled out, their job does get a little easier, however, they allowed D'Andre Swift to run them over for 175 yards in Week 2. A weak run defense, along with Herbert and the abundance of dangerous pass-catchers the Chargers' have looks like a recipe for disaster for the Vikings' defense in this one. Fantasy managers should look elsewhere for a starting option in conventional formats.
Washington Commanders wide receiver Jahan Dotson has gotten off to a slow start this season. After a couple of tough weeks, it's safe to say that the former first-rounder is aiming for a bounce-back. Unfortunately, that goal may be hard to attain this week against the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo is looking like a stingy pass defense as they've allowed the sixth-fewest yards through the air this season. In addition, the elements don't appear to be on Dotson's side either. According to multiple weather reports, there is a decent chance of heavy wind and rain in the D.C. area on Sunday. So, with the combination of a strong pass defense and terrible weather on the way, Dotson may have to wait a week for his true rebound. Consider other options in Week 3.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett has struggled early in the 2023 campaign but will look to capitalize on a soft matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 3. The Raiders have surrendered the 10th-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks so far this season after allowing the sixth-most in 2022. Although Pickett will once again be without his top target, Diontae Johnson (hamstring), George Pickens showcased his abilities in Week 2 and should continue to be a reliable option for the young signal-caller. Pickett could turn in a worthwhile fantasy performance on Sunday night, but he should only be considered a low-end QB2 in superflex formats.
Washington Commanders tight end John Bates could be in consideration as a streamer in Week 3. In their matchup against the Buffalo Bills in Week 3, the Commanders will be without their starting tight end Logan Thomas (concussion) due to injury. That should open up the door for Bates to take advantage. With Thomas missing for a portion of Washington's Week 2 win over the Denver Broncos, the third-year pro was able to put up three catches for 46 yards. Due to the position's woeful fantasy production, it couldn't hurt to take a shot on Bates as a low-end streamer in Week 3.
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