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Fantasy Football Booms and Busts: Big-name bricks sully Week 3

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Sometimes fantasy football is funny. And fantasy football is hard most of the time. Week 3 has been a tough week for many. All you can do is make the right decisions, upload your list wisely, and hope that some rejection will do you good. And remember, balls rolling is fun for everyone, baby. Eddie Felson tried to warn us about it.

Big Names Support Week 3 Sunday Promo Busts

Consider the front of the board for runners in the early window. Khalil Herbert stabbed the Texans after David Montgomery Suffered. Monty’s managers are in pain, and Herbert’s managers probably didn’t win this week, although there may be good things to come.

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Herbert stands like RB1 while we write this piece. It was launched in four percent of Sportzshala leagues.

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Spirit Animal Detroit Lions Jamal Williams ranks second among backfield leaders. Williams is quite suitable for playing in some fantasy teams, as he gets double-figure carries almost every week and has a lot of points in goal. But his 107 yards and two touchdowns certainly led to the win. D’Andre Swift managers.

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Dalvin Cook (shoulder) and Montgomery left with injuries. Christian McCaffrey threw for 108 yards but missed a touchdown and had only seven receiving yards. Baker Mayfield torpedoed dj moore (1-2-0) in three games in a row. Moore can’t be launched until this couple shows some chemistry.

Alvin Camara has 19 reception yards per year. 1-2 Saints didn’t do much offensively except for some Jamis Winston trash yards (and one quick comeback win in Atlanta), but when the Saints really move the ball, it’s Chris Olav grassroots victory. Kamara looks lethargic in his two games and Michael Thomas (leg) left early with an injury.

We have good news about bengals, they will come later, but Joe Mixon was not invited to this party. The Jets held him for 38 yards and didn’t land on 15 touches.

Okay, bricks in the background can happen. We can usually soften the hard window at 13:00 with a few light taps on the receiver.

Can anyone find?

The Dolphins won a glorious victory over the Buffalo, but Tyreke Hill (2-33-0, four targets) was not a catalyst. After two weeks of highly concentrated passes, the Dolphins made the only touchdown in River Kracraft. Least Jaylen Waddle collected 102 yards in just four catches. Miami has had offensive problems and has played a shockingly short 39 games. Usually on a day like this, you’re rooted to the spot. But the defense of the Dolphins won.

Stephon Diggs didn’t kill you from the 7-74-0 line, although a touchdown would have been nice. Gabe Davis was quiet in his return (3-37-0), more of a decoy than anything else. Dolphins disturbed and confused Josh Allen within three hours.

Ja’Marr Chase scored a touchdown against the Jets but had only 27 yards and lost the fumble.

Jamar Chase #1 of the Cincinnati Bengals had a quiet fantastic day in week 3.
If it wasn’t for the touchdown, Ja’Marr Chase’s fantasy day could have been a nightmare. (Photo by Cooper Neil/Getty Images)

Davante Adams touchdown deodorant was needed to partially save the 10-target 5-36-1 line. If you had the foresight to predict Mac Hollins throwing 8-158-1 into the world, I need your lottery numbers.

Justin Jefferson, who two weeks ago we were ready to follow him into a burning building, now in a bad mood. It’s one thing when Darius Slay turns it off in week 2. But how do we explain Jefferson’s 3-14-0 setback against the Detroit turnstile? (Perhaps as Mike Salfino proposed, Detroit corner Jeff Okuda shows some chops on shutdown.) Kirk Cousins made a touchdown pass to Adam Thielen (one yard, of course) and to a softly bare Kay Jay Osbourne in the last two minutes.

We’ll keep practicing, gamers. We generally think that production rollback is closely related to usage forecasts and winning scenarios, while broad receiver is a position where dynamic talent is much more important. (This week, one of my favorite friends in the industry put it perfectly in words, but I can’t remember who it was. Ribs? Mattek? Hartitz? Levitan or Silva? I’ll try to find the relevant tweet.) But it’s not. This means that any position is easy to project. And this does not mean that every week it will be sunny and lollipops.

Of course, this column is called “Booms and Busts.” We also have some happy stories to look out for.

Lamar Jackson, early MVP favorite

Lamar Jackson made a bet on himself for up to a year, and that bet looks like a home run. He had no problems with Bill Belichick and the Patriots defense on Sunday, throwing four touchdowns (two of them to the superstar). Mark Andrews) and adding another 11-107-1 to the ground. Regardless of your scoring system, Jackson is easily the #1 quarterback on the early board, at least 12 points ahead of his opponents. Jackson was September’s cheat code.

Jalen Hurts All is well in Philadelphia. He threw for 340 yards and three touchdowns at Washington, and he was kind enough to make sure all the scoring shots went to fantasy pass catchers (DeVonta Smith, AJ Brown, Dallas Godert). The widely available Eagles DST also answered the call by firing Carson Wentz nine times. Philadelphia’s schedule is ridiculously simple for most of the year. The Eagles might be the NFC favorite right now.

Joe Burrow didn’t go crazy with the Jets, but the Bengals removed the pass guard and Burrow did a better job of handling the ball. Three touchdowns, 275 passing yards, no picks, just two sacks. It’s a big step forward for the Bengals team, who haven’t done much in two weeks.

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• The 49ers succumbed Sunday’s game to three turnovers (and that’s not counting the gift of safety), losing despite a significant lead in yards per game. The Broncos also caught breaks in several games. Melvin Gordon touches that could be turns, but were not. Denver’s turn to offensive play clearly shows that the team is not very confident in their abilities. Russell Wilson or block right now. If that doesn’t change, the Broncos are in trouble.

• One of the key points for any fantasy backfield is to try to reduce the workload from three runners to two runners. Now that the Patriots van is hitched to Ramondra Stevenson as well as Damian Harris, they both have lower RB2 attraction or higher flexibility. Of course, this very common violation takes a step back if Mac Jones (ankle) misses at any time, but the backs will still be on the edge of fantasy.

J. K. Dobbins was limited to nine touches and 40 yards in his first return game. This highlights why we usually need a “prove or show me” week before someone returns from a serious injury.

Clyde Edwards-Heler now something like a fantasy scammer living off touchdown deodorant. I’m not sure if you’ll find an attractive market for it, but I’ll try anyway.

• Worst of all early in Chicago is that the Bears are unlikely to be 2-1, so they will continue to pretend they can win by playing 1977 football. Meanwhile, Justin Fields will not really develop, and everyone in the body of passes becomes useless for fantasy.

• Not that I expected miracles from Davis Millsbut it turned out to be poorer than expected. I downgraded my rating a bit. Brandin Cooks and was forced to reevaluate Nico Collins, which is still getting open. Tight ends are the only ones catching touchdowns for Houston, and the Texans always seem to insist on using multiple tight ends.

• I can’t believe what the Chargers have done with Justin Herbert today, especially at the end of their dramatic loss. Of course, Herbert wanted to stay, players almost always say so. You pay the coaching staff to be the adults in the gym. Be better than this, Brandon Staley.

• Jaguars are fun. I’m not sure how good coach Doug Pederson is, but he’s 1,000 miles away from Urban Meyer. James Robinson return is a revelation and I don’t give up Travis Etienneor. Christian Kirk maybe overpaid, so what? The Jaguars treat him as the No. 1 player and Kirk built fast and immediate chemistry while improving Trevor Lawrence. Jacksonville faces a big test next week in Philadelphia.

• Despite Hunter Renfroe there are no targets in the books, and the Raiders are about three hours behind, Davante Adams as well as Darren Waller did not use. Derek Carr’s only choice was Waller’s mistake, a miss in the end zone. I know I took Adams Stephon Diggs in at least one league, a terrible mistake.

• No one will ever confuse Derrick Henry With Marshall Faulk or Christian McCaffrey when it comes to catching a pass, but there’s no reason the Titans couldn’t get Henry 40-55 passes a year if they really wanted to. They prioritized receiving Henry on Sunday, and this was the impetus for the attack. It can be easy yards, and for once it’s nice to see Henry being tackled by the smallest defenders on the other side rather than the biggest ones.

• The best thing about the Packers and Buccaneers game is that it ended; it was like an Old Timer’s Day. But let’s be honest Tom Brady he played without Mike Evans, Chris Godwinas well as Julius Jonesand don’t forget Rob Gronkowski retired after last year. Most of these guys will come back strong. Hell, maybe they can wrap their arms around Gronk around Thanksgiving.

• Atlanta’s use was narrow and accurate, with the ball Cordarrell Patterson, Kyle Pittsas well as Drake London. Of course, Pitts was their only major player who didn’t score (Marcus Mariota also had a blistering score), but Pitts managers can handle a 5-87-0 score in eight looks. I understand that the entire fantasy world has already said this, but an explosion is coming. Atlanta’s attack was beneficial in every game.

• I wish I could remember that Minnesota and New Orleans got tickets for the Week 4 game in London because the teams usually don’t play well on the eve of this obsessive trip. I liked Detroit and the Carolinas anyway, but that would have increased the urgency.


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