Shane Vereen rushed 11 times for 67 yards and a touchdown in the Giants' Week 3 loss to the Redskins, adding two catches for 28 additional yards.
Charles Clay was held catch-less on two targets in the Bills' Week 3 loss to the Cardinals.
It was a majorly disappointing effort from Clay in a game where Sammy Watkins (foot) was inactive. Clay is low-floor, low-ceiling waiver-wire fodder.
Robert Woods caught 6-of-8 targets for 51 yards in the Bills' Week 3 win over the Cardinals.
Patrick Peterson primarily matched up with Marquise Goodwin, giving Woods beneficial matchups on his possession routes. Even with Sammy Watkins (foot) out of the lineup, however, Woods has minimal fantasy value. That will remain the case when the Bills visit the Patriots in Week 4.
Duke Johnson rushed 10 times for 69 yards and caught 5-of-7 targets for 12 yards in the Browns' Week 3 loss to Miami.
With Cody Kessler starting, the Browns went with a run-heavy gamescript. The 10 carries were a season high, and Johnson was more effective than Isaiah Crowell (15 carries, 79 yards). Johnson should remain involved in the offense at least until Josh McCown returns in 1-3 weeks. He's a low-end FLEX for Week 4.
Rishard Matthews caught 3-of-8 targets for 32 yards in the Titans' Week 3 loss to the Titans.
DeAndre Washington rushed six times for 57 yards and caught a five-yard pass in the Raiders' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Washington continues to fill a role as part of the Raiders' three-man backfield committee. He has big-time playmaking ability, but doesn't have any standalone value on just 6-8 touches per game. Washington remains a strong bench stash in the event one of the Raiders' other backs gets hurt.
Tyrod Taylor completed 14-of-25 passes for 119 yards and an interception in the Bills' Week 3 win over the Cardinals, adding nine rushes for 76 yards and a touchdown.
The Sammy Watkins-less Bills predictably got nothing going in the air against Patrick Peterson's Cardinals, but there were huge gaps available for LeSean McCoy and Taylor to run through. Taylor was un-touched on his scoring run and also broke off a 49-yarder on the ground. Taylor will continue to be a volatile QB1 streamer when the Bills face the Patriots in Week 4. Taylor had one big fantasy day and one big clunker when Buffalo played New England last year.
Jared Cook was spotted with his right foot in a walking boot and using crutches after the Packers' Week 3 win over the Lions.
Cook left the game in the second quarter and never returned. The Packers called the injury an ankle issue, but Cook had surgery on his right foot in June. Richard Rodgers would be in line for a bigger role if Cook is forced to miss time.