Week 3: Wide Receivers


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Week 3: DST

New England and Dallas should roll this week.  Green Bay and Buffalo should be great starts at home.  Chicago will hold Washington to little scoring and Detroit could shut down a banged up Eagles team.  Tennessee and Jacksonville could be lower scoring on Thursday night.

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Week 3: Tight Ends

OJ Howard has been disappointing.  I’d stick with him in hopes this is a break out week at home.  Same with Jared Cook.  I like his matchup and hopefully Teddy Bridgewater will target him.  Greg Olsen is must start this week.  Mark Andrews is proving to be a quality start.  He’s dealing with an injury but played with it last week.  Zach Ertz is the only Eagle I have any hope for.

FL: 2017 Rookie Mini Camp - Day 1

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Week 3: Quarterbacks

Brees is out with a thumb injury.  Roethlisberger is done for the season and Cam is questionable at best with a foot.   Bridgewater is finally getting his shot.  Mason Rudolph could be throwing to a college teammate and Kel Allen will get the start if Cam can’t go in Arizona.  Daniel Jones faces Tampa Bay in his first career start.  Wentz and the Eagles are so banged I wouldn’t touch them this week.


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Week 2: Wide Receivers

Desean Jackson came up big in his return to Phiily.  Can John Ross, Danny Amendola, DJ Chark and Marquis Brown keep it up in week 2?  Tyrell Williams caught 6 passes for 105 yards and a score Monday night.  He could be a solid producer all season as the number one guy in Oakland.  Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley could both go off in the home opener. Josh Gordon looked good in New England.  If Antonio Brown is on the field in Miami you should start him.


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Week 2: Runningbacks

Damien Williams was heavily used in the Chiefs passing attack.  Lesean MCCoy could thrive in a more limited role.  Christian McCafrey can’t be stopped. He was the leading rusher and reciever.  Sony Michel will bounce back in Miami.  Todd Gurley rushed for 97 yards on only 14 carries.  Goal line work went to Malcolm Brown.  Austin Ekeler is must start again this week.

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Week 2: Tight Ends

Hunter Henry suffered a broken bone and will be out for a while. Rookie TJ Hockenson was moved all around the offense and found himself wide open a lot.  Mark Andrews faces the Arizona team that left Hockenson wide open.  He’s a must start this week.  Kelce will rebound vs Oakland and should have had a TD on the no-look pass.


NFL: Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers

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Week 2: Quarterbacks

Patrick Mahomes scared everyone when he came up gimpy with an ankle injury.  He will be good to go this week.  Philip Rivers lost Hunter Henry to a broken bone.  Lamar Jackson came out chucking the ball all over Miami.  He should do the same in the home opener this week.  Tom Brady faces a bad Miami team.  Will he be able to have a big game in a stadium he’s had troubles in over his career?   Until Cleveland fixes that offensive line, how can you start Baker Mayfield?


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