Reggie Wayne secured 4-of-5 targets for 62 yards in the Colts' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
Nine different Colts caught passes against Jacksonville. None of them topped 80 yards as Andrew Luck spread the ball around. Wayne has been held scoreless in each of Indy's first three games, and has only 88 yards over the last two combined. He's settling in as a low-upside WR3 option week to week.
Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall tore his Achilles' tendon in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Washington.
It's one of the most devastating injuries a player can have, especially for a 30-year-old corner that relies so heavily on cutting ability. Hall, who signed a four-year, $17 million contract in February, leaves the Redskins very thin in the secondary. They'll continue to be a team for offenses to attack via the air, not the ground.
Eddie Royal caught four passes for 42 yards and two touchdowns against the Bills.
The Chargers' slot man caught a screen for the first score of the game, and brought in a quick slant for a score in the third quarter. Despite the big day, Royal has zero fantasy value outside deep PPR formats. The Chargers get the Jaguars next week.
Darren McFadden had 18 carries for 54 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
McFadden was an every-down back with Maurice Jones-Drew sidelined. Latavius Murray had just three carries, and rarely saw the field. McFadden added four catches for six yards in the pass game, and drew a defensive holding call in the end-zone. He also had a six-yard touchdown negated by a holding penalty in the fourth quarter, but it was another unimpressive performance. McFadden will be an RB3/FLEX in Week 4 if Jones-Drew doesn't return.
Colts rookie Donte Moncrief secured 4-of-5 targets for 55 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over Jacksonville.
The third-round pick added seven yards on a carry. Moncrief saw extended playing time in three-receiver sets after T.Y. Hilton exited with a second-quarter ankle injury, and never returned. Moncrief is a sensational athlete. He's more of a Dynasty league prospect than fantasy WR3, but could appear on the WR4/5 radar if Hilton misses multiple games.
Malcom Floyd caught two passes for 98 yards against the Bills.
Both catches went for 49 yards. Floyd is the Chargers deep threat, but is too inconsistent to trust in fantasy. Floyd will be a what-the-heck flier against the Jaguars next week.
Calvin Johnson caught 6-of-10 targets for 82 yards in the Lions' Week 3 win over the Packers.
Megatron was the intended target on one of Matthew Stafford's two picks, getting overthrown in the red zone on a miscue that gave the Packers the ball at their own one-yard line. There just weren't many yards to be had in a game that was surprisingly knock down, drag out. It says all you need to know about Johnson that his off day featured 82 yards. He's going to eat against the Jets' undermanned secondary in Week 4.
Eli Manning completed 21-of-28 passes for 234 yards, two touchdowns, and zero interceptions in the Giants' Week 3, 30-17 win over the Texans.
Manning has now posted back-to-back strong starts after the preseason and Week 1 debacles. Eli hit Victor Cruz for a 61-yard gain on a quick slant early in the first half, before again finding Cruz on a post for a 26-yard score. His best throw of the game, though, went to Daniel Fells for a nine-yard touchdown. Eli placed the ball over the top of the safety and to the right of a linebacker only where Fells could catch it. The offense is starting to wake up for Giants, but Eli is still just a low-end QB2. The G-Men take on the Redskins on Thursday night.