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Dynasty | Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's win against Minnesota and will miss the rest of the season. Dynasty Analysis: Williams has seemingly always battled a host of nagging injuries but this one is pretty significant. He'll turn 29 next month and this injury virtually guarantees his dynasty value of WR39 has hit its apex and will start to fall precipitously. Williams will need surgery and hopefully produce a couple more seasons of solid play but this is tough one to swallow.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olave showed again that he is a WR1 this season, hauling in eight receptions on 11 targets for 104 yards. It was Olave's third straight double-digit target game. With quarterback Derek Carr (shoulder) likely to miss some time, Olave's fantasy value should remain fairly similar with Jameis Winston under center. Winston supported multiple fantasy-relevant receivers during his time in Tampa Bay and the Saints' offensive scheme likely won't change at all if Carr does miss time. Keep utilizing Olave as a top-tier receiver.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas drew another nine targets in the Week 3 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Thomas has consistently drawn targets in the short field, catching six passes for 50 yards this week. Every week, he has had between eight and nine targets, five to seven receptions, and between 50-61 yards. Thomas has failed to find the end zone yet this season. He is a reliable flex option with a safe floor in PPR leagues, but has a limited ceiling.
Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (hamstring) missed the game against the New Orleans Saints in Week 3, as he did the Week 2 game against the Atlanta Falcons. However, head coach Matt LaFleur said he would have been a limited participant in practice on Monday if the team took the field. The Packers play on Thursday Night Football against the NFC North rival Detroit Lions, and it sounds like he has a shot to suit up for the first time since Week 1. If he's active, he's virtually a must-start option despite any workload management concerns. AJ Dillon has been ineffective in his increased role. Since the game is on Thursday, fantasy managers will know his status in the next few days and should be ready to make the proper adjustment to fantasy lineups.
New Orleans Saints rookie running back Kendre Miller made his NFL debut against Green Bay after missing the first two weeks with a hamstring injury. Miller carried the ball nine times for 34 yards, adding a reception for no gain. Miller split work with Tony Jones Jr. (eight carries) and Taysom Hill (four carries), and will cede work to Alvin Kamara (suspension) when he returns next week. Miller is an intriguing stash candidate with Jamaal Williams (hamstring) on injured reserve, but can not be started until he carves out a more definitive role.
Buffalo Bills running back Latavius Murray rushed five times for 15 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for six yards in the win over the Washington Commanders. This was the 33-year-old's second touchdown in two weeks, so he looks to be the primary goal line back for Buffalo. That said, Damien Harris has also mixed in, and neither has a solid weekly fantasy floor. If James Cook has to miss any time moving forward, Murray might be the handcuff back to roster. He can be played as an ultra-deep league desperation option, but his value is limited in traditional formats.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston came into the game in the third quarter in relief of an injured Derek Carr (shoulder) with a 17-0 lead over Green Bay on the road. Winston completed 10-of-16 passes for 101 yards with no touchdowns and no turnovers. He failed to lead his team to any points, ultimately losing the game 18-17. Four of his five drives ended in punts, with the fifth ending in a missed 46-yard field goal from rookie kicker Blake Grupe. Winston will likely make his first start next week, although Carr's injury is not as severe as initially imagined and he has not yet been ruled out for Week 4.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Andy Dalton completed 34 of his 58 passing attempts for 361 yards, two touchdowns, and zero interceptions in the 27-37 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3. It was an impressive performance for the 35-year-old, who started in the absence of Bryce Young (ankle). Wide receivers Adam Thielen and DJ Chark both racked up at least 86 yards and a touchdown. If Young is out again in Week 4 against the Minnesota Vikings, Dalton will have upside in another favorable matchup for quarterbacks. However, it's important not to overreact to his big performance. He should not be started over big-name fantasy signal-callers.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr (shoulder) exited the Week 3 game against the Green Bay Packers with a shoulder injury. According to Katherine Terrell, Carr has an AC joint sprain and is considered week to week. The 32-year-old signal-caller has completed over 65% of his passes for 636 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions this year and looked to be headed toward a third straight win to begin his New Orleans career. The team blew a 17-0 lead after his exit. In his absence, veteran quarterback Jameis Winston will start for New Orleans. He has upside with a supporting cast of Chris Olave, Michael Thomas, Rashid Shaheed, Juwan Johnson, and Alvin Kamara (returns in Week 4), but the Saints will likely be unwilling to let him throw a ton of passes thanks to his well-documented turnover issues. Expect the Saints to lean on its running backs and defense while Carr is sidelined.
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Pat Freiermuth caught three of his four targets for 41 yards and a touchdown in a 23-18 win over the Las Vegas Raiders. Sunday night marked a welcome return to form for Freiermuth, who totaled just two receptions for five yards through the first two weeks of the season. With quarterback Kenny Pickett showing signs of improvement this week, Freiermuth should be trusted as a reliable fantasy option going forward. The 24-year-old will get a soft matchup against the Houston Texans in Week 4.
Indianapolis Colts running back Trey Sermon rushed five times for 17 yards and caught one of his two targets for four yards in the win over the Baltimore Ravens. It was a decent showing in his first game with the Colts, especially considering he was signed to the team's practice squad just five days before the game. That said, Zack Moss is the clear lead running back in Indianapolis, at least until Jonathan Taylor (ankle) returns as soon as Week 5. Sermon likely won't be a fantasy football factor this season.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young (ankle) missed the team's Week 3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks with an ankle injury. According to head coach Frank Reich, his status for the Week 4 contest with the Minnesota Vikings is uncertain early in the week. The rookie struggled in Weeks 1 and 2, completing under 60% of his passes for 299 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. He is averaging a putrid 4.2 yards per attempt. That said, he is not on the fantasy radar in single-quarterback leagues, and his return to the lineup could be a downgrade from Andy Dalton for wideouts DJ Chark and Adam Thielen. Check back later in the week for further updates on Young's status.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Calvin Austin III secured two of his six targets for 72 yards and a touchdown in a Week 3 win over the Las Vegas Raiders. Austin's first career score came on a deep ball from quarterback Kenny Pickett in the first quarter, but the 24-year-old unfortunately didn't do much with his other opportunities. Although he should continue to see a fair share of targets until Diontae Johnson (hamstring) returns, Austin is currently only an interesting option as a flex in deeper leagues. He'll look to stay involved in a Week 4 bout with the Houston Texans.
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (concussion) was evaluated for a concussion following the Sunday Night Football loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 3. On Monday, he officially entered concussion protocol. It remains to be seen if he'll be ready to play against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 4. If he's out, Brian Hoyer would presumably be the starter, and Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers would likely have lower floors. Neither Garoppolo nor Hoyer are high on the fantasy radar in single-quarterback leagues. Fantasy managers in superflex leagues might want to consider picking up Hoyer just in case he draws the start.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver George Pickens recorded four receptions for 75 yards on six targets in a 23-18 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders. Although Pickens didn't repeat the dominant performance he had in Week 2, the 22-year-old still tied for the team lead in targets and led all Steelers in receiving yards. With Kenny Pickett looking much improved on Sunday night, there is reason to believe that Pickens can continue to post solid fantasy production going forward. With Diontae Johnson (hamstring) out for at least the next two games, Pickens should be viewed as a quality WR3 or flex option.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Jonathan Mingo (concussion) is in concussion protocol after getting banged up in the team's Week 3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The rookie wideout caught three passes on six targets for 21 yards before exiting Sunday's game. His status for the Week 4 contest with the Minnesota Vikings is uncertain, but usually, players will miss at least a week with a head injury. Either way, Mingo is not on the fantasy radar after totaling just eight receptions for 61 yards through three career games. In his absence, Adam Thielen and DJ Chark should see more targets. Andy Dalton might start another game while No. 1 overall pick Bryce Young (ankle) tries to get back to full strength.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Warren handled eight carries for 29 yards and hauled in three of his four targets for 23 yards in a Week 3 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders. Reports circulated early on Sunday that Warren would see more opportunities this week, but the 24-year-old continued to operate as a change-of-pace back behind Najee Harris. Still, Warren's utilization, specifically as a pass-catcher, has been interesting for fantasy purposes. He is worth rostering in all formats and could become a quality starting option should his role expand as the season goes on. Warren will look to capitalize on a solid matchup against the Houston Texans in Week 4.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett completed 16 of his 28 pass attempts for 235 yards and two touchdowns in a 23-18 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders. He also added 11 rushing yards on three carries. Pickett had by far his best performance of the season on Sunday night, passing for multiple scores for the first time in his young career. He connected with wide receiver Calvin Austin III on a deep ball for a 72-yard touchdown in the first quarter and later found tight end Pat Freiermuth in the end zone from 13 yards out. Although Pickett himself is not yet on the fantasy radar in most formats, this showing was a good sign for the outlook of Pittsburgh's offensive weapons. A bout with the Houston Texans is on tap for Week 4.
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (knee) suffered a torn ACL in the Week 3 win over the Minnesota Vikings and is out for the rest of the season, an MRI exam confirmed, according to a source. It didn't look good when Williams needed help getting off the field in Minnesota on Sunday and then was carted to the locker room with a towel over his head. The team's and fantasy managers' worst fears have been realized, and now they'll be without him for the rest of 2023. The biggest beneficiary will be Joshua Palmer, who caught four of seven targets for 66 yards and his first touchdown of the year in Week 3. Fantasy managers that have Williams or are looking for a wideout should make Palmer a high waiver priority this week. Rookie first-rounder Quentin Johnston will also be thrust into a bigger role immediately.
Green Bay Packers rookie wide receiver Dontayvion Wicks caught four passes on a career-high six targets for 45 yards in the team's 18-17 comeback win on Sunday over the New Orleans Saints in their home opener in Week 3. Wicks didn't find the end zone like he did in Week 2, but he had career-highs in targets, catches and receiving yards with Christian Watson (hamstring) missing his third straight game to begin the 2023 regular season. The 22-year-old has showed well in the beginning of his career after being a fifth-round selection and warrant stashing in dynasty/keeper leagues, but his role in Green Bay's offense will most likely take a step back whenever Watson makes his season debut.
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