Jace Amaro caught 3-of-4 targets for 59 yards in the Titans' Week 3 loss to the Raiders.
Anquan Boldin caught 4-of-6 targets for 22 yards and a touchdown Week 3 against the Packers.
Boldin was quiet most of the day, but he did get loose in the flat for a two-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Boldin now has two touchdowns in as many weeks, but he has yet to surpass 50 yards. He is a low-upside PPR option at best.
Amari Cooper caught 4-of-9 targets for 62 yards in the Raiders' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Cooper looked to be on his way to a big day with 3-53 at halftime, but he dropped two passes after the break and Derek Carr overthrew him on what would have been a 30-plus-yard touchdown after Cooper beat Jason McCourty by 1-2 steps. Cooper has left a lot of stats on the field the past two weeks, but he'' remain a strong WR2 dripping with upside Week 4 at the Ravens.
Kenyan Drake rushed nine times for 37 yards in Miami's Week 3 win over the Browns.
He added two catches for 11 yards. Drake started and had the most touches, but was in a full-blown committee with Jay Ajayi and Isaiah Pead. Ajayi scored the game-winning touchdown, so it's possible Miami will get him more touches next week. Even if Drake remains the starter, the Dolphins running back situation should be avoided.
Odell Beckham caught 7-of-11 targets for 121 yards in New York's Week 3 loss to the Redskins.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 7-of-12 passes for 60 yards in the Cardinals' Week 3 loss to the Bills.
Fitzgerald contributed a handful of clutch catches to keep drives alive, but didn't get loose for any big plays and was unable to corral a few end-zone targets. On a day where Carson Palmer attempted 50 throws, it was disappointing that no Arizona receiver topped 70 yards. (John Brown led the team with exactly 70.) Expect Fitzgerald to bounce back in Week 4 against the Rams, who have struggled to slow down slot receivers early this year.
Golden Tate caught 4-of-6 targets for 40 yards Week 3 against the Packers.
He "added" -8 yards on one carry. Tate has 13 catches through three games, but he has yet to top 45 yards or find the end zone. At this point, he is not even an exciting play in PPR formats. Marvin Jones is the clear No. 1 in Detroit.
Julius Thomas hauled in two-of-five targets for 13 yards Sunday in the Jaguars' Week 3 loss to the Ravens.
After flexing his muscles with 135 yards over his first two contests, Thomas was rarely seen or heard from in Week 2. Four of his five targets came after halftime as the Jaguars worked to chip away at a 16-7 third-quarter deficit. He saw fewer targets than Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Marqise Lee. Thomas is still a big red zone presence and will have some decent weeks, but fantasy owners need to be prepared for a few duds along the way. This was one of them. Thomas will be a mid-range TE1 next week when the Jags face the Colts in London.