Alfred Morris rushed 23 times for 77 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.
Cordarrelle Patterson caught 4-of-5 targets for 61 yards in the Vikings' Week 3 loss to the Saints.
Mike Williams caught two passes for 11 yards against the Chargers.
He only has 10 targets through three games. He can be safely ignored in all formats.
Robert Woods caught three passes for 19 yards against the Chargers.
Woods was a victim of E.J. Manuel's inability to throw accurately downfield. Woods now has 8 catches for 102 yards through three games this season. He can be avoided in all but the deepest of fantasy leagues.
Jerick McKinnon rushed twice for -1 yards in Minnesota's Week 3 loss to the Saints, catching 2-of-5 targets for nine yards.
McKinnon was expected to have a bigger role this afternoon, but got out-touched 15-4 by Matt Asiata, who out-gained his rookie teammate 71-8. If there was a positive, it's that McKinnon's five looks in the passing game were just one fewer than Asiata drew. The Vikings badly need McKinnon's play-making ability. Despite Asiata's grip on No. 1 duties, McKinnon's role should slowly grow.
A.J. Green caught six passes for 102 yards in the Bengals' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Both were game-highs. Green was still noticeably affected by his toe injury, missing a few plays here and there, but he escaped without further injury. Green drew a DPI in the end zone to set up one of Giovani Bernard's one-yard scores. He also had a big gain to set up Jeremy Hill's four-yard touchdown. The Bengals now head into their bye week, giving Green plenty of time to rest his ailing toe. He'll then have a date with Darrelle Revis and the Patriots in Week 5.
Scott Chandler caught all five of his targets for 74 yards against the Chargers.
Chandler benefited from E.J. Manuel's inability to throw the ball accurately downfield. Despite the big day, he can continue to be avoided in fantasy leagues.
Zach Ertz caught two passes for 14 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Redskins.
Ertz saw just three targets as the Eagles attacked the Redskins' weak corners -- especially after DeAngelo Hall (heel) left. He did have a chance at two big plays late when the Eagles split him wide in 1-on-1 coverage against LB Keenan Robinson, but one long pass drew a pass interference and the other was overthrown. Ertz is going to have days like this in the Eagles' spread-the-wealth pass game, but he remains an ascending player and red-zone threat. He'll be a fine TE1 for Week 4 against the 49ers.