Ravens WR Marlon Brown caught one pass for 15 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Browns.
He was targeted just once after seeing zero targets in Week 2. Brown has no re-draft value, but remains a hold in deeper Dynasty leagues. He's currently the Ravens' No. 4 wideout behind the Smiths and Jacoby Jones.
Derek Carr completed 21-of-34 passes for 174 yards and an interception in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Patriots.
Carr was better than his stat-line indicates. He made some of his best throws in this game, and nearly led the Raiders to a game-tying touchdown at the end of the fourth quarter. The interception came on a dropped pass by Denarius Moore and wasn't his fault. Carr showed good velocity on his throws, and didn't take any sacks. He'll remain a back-end QB2 in Week 4.
Taking over for an injured Matt Cassel (broken foot), Teddy Bridgewater completed 12-of-20 passes for 150 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions in the Vikings' 20-9, Week 3 loss to the Saints.
He added six rushes for 27 yards. With Cassel dealing with "several fractured bones," it will be Bridgewater under center for the foreseeable future in Minnesota. Operating behind a surprisingly ineffective offensive line, Bridgewater extended plays with some elusiveness, and was more effective than Cassel has been the past two weeks. He showed good awareness, and had nice touch on his passes. We like his odds of getting the Vikings' Adrian Peterson-less offense moving more than Cassel. Bridgewater's first start will come at home against the Falcons next Sunday. It's a winnable game, but Bridgewater isn't quite yet on the QB2 radar.
Rod Streater fractured his foot in Sunday's Week 3 loss at New England.
It's a terrible injury for a wideout, as we've previously seen with Aaron Dobson, Julio Jones and Marvin Jones. Depending on how bad the break is, Streater will be out anywhere from a month to the rest of the season. Look for Andre Holmes and Denarius Moore to rotate opposite James Jones in the Raiders' poor passing attack.
Torrey Smith secured just 2-of-8 targets for 25 yards in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Browns.
It was another brutal game for Smith statistically, and he didn't help himself with a fourth-quarter drop. After opening the season as a potentially promising WR2/3 candidate, Smith's stock has been torpedoed by OC Gary Kubiak's offense, which is funneling the football to Steve Smith Sr. We wouldn't drop Torrey quite yet, but he's getting there. He's just a WR4. The Ravens take on the Panthers' tough defense next week.
Rashad Jennings rushed for 176 yards and one touchdown on 34 carries in the Giants' Week 3, 30-17 drubbing of the Texans.
It was a career day for Jennings, who set a new career-high in rushing yards by 68 yards over his previous mark. He's now totaled 381 yards and two scores through three games as the Giants' clear-cut every-down workhorse. Jennings plays in every situation and gets the goal-line looks, as he pounded his score in from one yard out in this one. Jennings gets the Redskins next Thursday night.
Drew Brees completed 27-of-35 passes for 293 yards and two touchdowns in New Orleans' 20-9, Week 3 win over the Vikings.
Aside from his 34-yard touchdown strike to reserve TE Josh Hill in the first quarter, there weren't many big plays to be had for Brees, but he compensated by taking whatever the Vikings gave him. It was a ruthlessly efficient day for a player coming off back-to-back road losses. Brees' start is slower than his fantasy owners envisioned, but he has two strong matchups — at Dallas, home vs. Tampa Bay — before the Saints go on bye in Week 6.
Philip Rivers completed 18-for-25 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns against the Bills.
The Bills were able to get some pressure, but Rivers looked comfortable all day, leading four scoring drives of 60 yards or more. Rivers now sports a six to one touchdown-to-interception ratio this season, and will flirt with QB1 value at home against the Jaguars next week.