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8 hours agoMinnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen has seen his production capped by Kirk Cousins' rough start, though he secured 5-of-8 targets for 75 yards in Week 2. He has a golden opportunity to break out in Week 3's tilt as the Vikings will face the Raiders and their tissue-soft secondary at home. Thielen lines up everywhere, but he should see Daryl Worley (4.64 40-yard dash) the most in coverage on Sunday. Advantage - Adam Thielen. The Vikings are big favorites (-8.5), which will likely lead to featuring Dalvin Cook and the rushing attack. However, Thielen should still be started as a low-end WR1/high-end WR2 as his 26% target share leads the team and he should be able to torch the Raiders even on limited opportunities. He's also a sneaky tournament play in daily formats as he could go under-owned and has a high ceiling.--Kyle Ringstad - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. OAK
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,800
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9 hours agoMinnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is coming off a Week 2 performance where he caught just 1-of-7 targets, but the catch resulted in a 49-yard touchdown that saved his fantasy day. He had another touchdown called back in the contest. Diggs has been a victim of Cousins' erratic play and low passing volume, but his Week 3 matchup against the Oakland Raiders is enticing. He'll square off against Gareon Conley and the rest of the Oakland defensive backfield, a group that has gotten absolutely ripped by receivers this season. They've allowed a combined 104.9 PPR points to wide receivers through Week 2 (vs. DEN, vs. KC). Start Diggs as a mid-range WR2 in this beatable matchup. His high target share in this offense gives him a decent floor and a high ceiling, which also puts him in play for daily tournaments as a reduced-ownership play.--Kyle Ringstad - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. OAK
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,400
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9 hours agoMinnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook is leading the league in rushing through two weeks, carrying 41 times for 265 yards (6.5 YPC) and three touchdowns. His 20.5 attempts/game only trails Marlon Mack, and his three runs of 20 or more yards also lead the NFL. Minnesota has run the highest percentage of run plays in the NFL and that is unlikely to change this week as they are 8.5-point favorites at home. The Oakland Raiders have only allowed 98 rushing yards (vs. DEN) and 31 rushing yards (vs. KC) through Week 2, but they haven't faced a running back like Dalvin Cook and the likelihood of seeing 20+ touches yet again pushes him way up the rankings. Consider "Chef" Dalvin a top-tier RB1 in this delicious matchup at home.--Kyle Ringstad - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. OAK
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $8,400
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10 hours agoKansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce came to play in the Week 2 victory over the Oakland Raiders. Kelce caught seven of his nine targets for 107 yards and one touchdown. The Chiefs offense doesn't seem to ever slow down and that should be the case again in Week 3. The Baltimore Ravens Defense is coming off a game where they gave up 349 passing yards to rookie quarterback Kyler Murray. Earl Thomas should be able to slow down Kelce somewhat, but fantasy owners should expect a TE1 type of performance from him once again.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. BAL
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $7,700
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10 hours agoKansas City Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson had a huge game versus the Oakland Raiders in Week 2. He caught all six of his targets for 172 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. Robinson was one of the most popular pickups throughout the week, but fantasy owners should get ready for disappointment. Robinson will once again be involved in the offense, but Sammy Watkins and Mecole Hardman will see targets as well. It was rare that Robinson caught all of his targets, and one of them being a 44 yard touchdown due to blown coverage. The Baltimore Ravens secondary isn't much better, but fantasy owners shouldn't expect the same result twice. Robinson is someone to be looked at as a shaky WR2 or a reliable WR3 for Week 3.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
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Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. BAL
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10 hours agoKansas City Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman was able to make some noise for the team in the victory over the Oakland Raiders in Week 2. Hardman caught four passes for 61 yards and a touchdown in that contest. Tyreek Hill (shoulder) remains sidelined, so Hardman will continue to have decent fantasy value. Demarcus Robinson outplayed Hardman last week, but who knows if that will happen again. The Baltimore Ravens secondary is shaky, so the Chiefs should have no issues on offense. Hardman has WR2 upside, but at worst he's a solid WR3 for Week 3 against Baltimore.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
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10 hours agoKansas City Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins saw a team-high 13 targets in the victory over the Oakland Raiders in Week 2. However, Watkins hauled in just six of those balls for 49 yards and didn't find the end zone. It was a disappointing game for fantasy owners as Watkins was expected to be much better with Tyreek Hill (shoulder) sidelined. Watkins will get a chance to rebound here against a Baltimore Ravens Defense in Week 3. The same defense that just got carved up by rookie quarterback Kyler Murray last week for 349 passing yards. Fantasy owners can hope that Watkins will fulfill his WR1 potential in Week 3.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. BAL
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,900
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10 hours agoKansas City Chiefs running back Darwin Thompson should be more involved in the running game for Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens. Lead back Damien Williams (knee) has been ruled out for this one. Veteran running back LeSean McCoy (ankle) is going to see a majority of the snaps at running back. However, McCoy does have a nagging ankle injury, so the Chiefs want to be cautious there. Thompson should see an increased workload on Sunday. However, it's unclear how much the Chiefs plan to involve Thompson into their gameplan. He'll be a desperation flex option for Sunday, but most owners should probably be able to find a better candidate.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. BAL
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,100
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10 hours agoKansas City Chiefs running back LeSean McCoy should be looking at a heavier workload for Sunday's Week 3 contest versus the Baltimore Ravens. Lead back Damien Williams (knee) has already been ruled out for this one. McCoy has been battling an ankle issue, so the Chiefs will be cautious about that. Darwin Thompson is going to see some snaps as well, so McCoy isn't overloaded. McCoy is a low-end RB2 for Week 3, but he could have more upside. It all depends on how McCoy's ankle is feeling on Sunday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. BAL
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,900
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11 hours agoKansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has thrown seven touchdowns without any interceptions through two games this season. He has 821 passing yards and should easily jump into the 1,000 mark on Sunday. Mahomes will go up against the Baltimore Ravens Defense that was carved up by rookie quarterback Kyler Murray last week. Mahomes should have no problems doing his normal thing on Sunday. Fantasy owners can expect him go well over his projected number of points as he's an elite QB1 for Week 3.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. BAL
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $7,900
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1 day agoNew Orleans Saints wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 3 against the Seahawks after missing practice all week. Even had Smith been able to play, he wouldn't have been a realistic option as a flex play with Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill expected to split work under center with Drew Brees (thumb) out. Rookie Deonte Harris and Austin Carr will fight for work as the No. 3 wideout with Smith inactive. Michael Thomas is really the only Saints receiver that should be in starting fantasy lineups this Sunday on the road in Seattle.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The New Orleans Times-Picayune - Amie Just
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  @ SEA
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,100
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1 day agoMinnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is coming off a brutal performance in Week 2, but there's some reason for optimism heading into Week 3. The Raiders have been dreadful against the pass so far, allowing 342.5 yards/game and a 68% completion percentage facing Joe Flacco and Patrick Mahomes. They don't have an imposing pass-rush, either, so that helps for an offensive line that has allowed pressure at a league-high rate (60.9%). Dalvin Cook will likely see at least 20 touches once again, but the Raiders will have a very tough time covering Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen so the opportunities should be there for Cousins. The possibility of limited passing attempts caps his upside, though, as Vegas currently has the Vikings as nine-point favorites at home. Consider Cousins a mid-range QB2 for Week 3, but he's not an exciting play in daily formats due to his low projected volume.--Kyle Ringstad - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. OAK
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,600
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1 day agoDallas Cowboys wide receiver Tavon Austin (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 3 against the Dolphins. Austin holds very little fantasy value to begin with as mostly a kick returner and gadget player for the Cowboys. With Michael Gallup (knee) out two to four weeks, Devin Smith will see the biggest boost in playing time as a boom-or-bust deep threat for fantasy owners in deeper leagues. Randall Cobb should also see more targets as the No. 2 behind Amari Cooper.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Dallas - Todd Archer
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  vs. MIA
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,000
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1 day agoNew Orleans Saints running back Latavius Murray was quiet in Week 2, totaling just seven yards on five carries, and could find himself in a similar situation this week with a tough Seahawks run defense on deck. Murray's value takes a hit with quarterback Drew Brees (thumb) out of the lineup, seeing as he likely won't get as many goal-line opportunities, but he still holds value as a low-end, touchdown-dependent flex option. The Seahawks have allowed just 115 yards on the ground through two games, so it may be wise to sit him in this matchup, but fantasy owners could do worse.--Yossef M - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  @ SEA
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,500
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1 day agoNew York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard (concussion) said he played through a concussion in Week 1 against the Cowboys because he wanted to try and help the team win. Shepard didn't start feeling normal until this week and is off the final injury report for Week 3 against the Buccaneers. Shepard will be the top wideout this Sunday with Cody Latimer (concussion) ruled out. Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones could target Shepard heavily in his NFL debut, but it doesn't necessarily mean that Shepard is in line for a big day. It's also important to note that Shepard and Jones didn't play together in the preseason because Shepard broke his thumb on the first day of training camp. In his first game back from the concussion, Shepard will be a shaky WR4 with volume upside.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Associated Press
Next Matchup:   9/22  |  @ TB
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $5,100
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