Case Keenum completed 14-of-26 passes for 190 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the Rams' 37-32, Week 3 win over the Bucs.
Keenum finally found the end zone, though he did it for both teams. His interception was a horrifying pass housed for an easy pick six by the Bucs' Kwon Alexander. Keenum had a mix up with Tavon Austin. Keenum's first score was a perfectly delivered strike to a wide-open Brian Quick. The second, a short pass to Austin, who abused S Chris Conte in 1-on-1 coverage. Keenum saved his job for another week, but Jared Goff is getting closer. Keenum will be a bottom-five QB2 against the Cardinals in Week 4.
Todd Gurley rushed 27 times for 85 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Bucs.
He lost five yards on his lone reception. In a moment equal to man discovering fire, Gurley and the Rams discovered touchdowns. His scores were both one-yard bunnies. It was hardly an elite day, with Gurley managing just 3.14 yards per pop. His 2016 average now sits at 2.90 through 63 totes. Things are unlikely to get much better in Week 4, where the Rams will be traveling to take on the Cardinals' strong run defense, one smarting from an embarrassing loss to the Bills. Gurley will be a low-end RB1 who needs touchdowns to provide value.
Hunter Henry caught 5-of-5 targets for 76 yards in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Colts.
Henry did everything right in place of the inactive Antonio Gates (hamstring), but his critical lost fumble late in the fourth quarter on the Chargers' final drive essentially ended any hope of a comeback with San Diego trailing and ultimately losing by four. He looked like a natural pass catcher and will be on the TE1 map next week vs. New Orleans if Gates sits again.
Dwayne Allen caught 3-of-5 targets for 35 yards in the Colts' Week 3 win over the Chargers.
Allen looked poised for a strong day, catching an early pass on the opening drive, but he later dropped a six-yard touchdown in the first quarter and was barely heard from again, getting out-produced by Jack Doyle (6-65 on six targets). Allen theoretically got a boost with Donte Moncrief (shoulder blade) hurt, but his role didn't change much in the first game after Moncrief's injury. Allen will merely be a TE2 next against the Jaguars in London.
Dontrelle Inman caught 3-of-4 targets for 32 yards in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Colts.
Inman did all of his damage in the first half, leading the team in receiving at the break. After halftime, Tyrell Williams took over with 6-69 to lead the Bolts. Inman is a tough sell as an add in 12- and 14-team leagues.
Carson Wentz completed 23-of-31 passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns and rushed once for 10 yards Sunday in the Eagles' Week 3 win over the Steelers.
During the first couple games it was hard to tell if Wentz was a phenom or just a guy blessed with two incredible matchups against the lowly Browns and Bears. After beating the stuffing out of a Pittsburgh team regarded as one of the best in football, we can all agree that Wentz, the man Jon Gruden once pummeled with pool noodles on national television, is indeed for real. In his third career start, Wentz vastly outplayed future Hall of Famer Ben Roethlisberger. He spread the wealth, connecting with seven different receivers en route to his first 300-yard game. 102 passes into his NFL career, Wentz has yet to throw an interception. Staked to a 31-point lead through three quarters, Wentz spent most of the second half handing the ball off to running backs not named Ryan Mathews. The Pride of Fargo will have a bye next week before taking his act on the road against Detroit in Week 5.
Jack Doyle caught 6-of-6 targets for 65 yards in the Colts' Week 3 win over the Chargers.
Once again, Doyle out-targeted and out-produced Dwayne Allen (3-35 on five targets). Doyle is looking more and more like Andrew Luck's Mr. Reliable and even more so without Donte Moncrief (shoulder) in the lineup. Without Moncrief, the Colts used two-tight ends as their base offense. Doyle will be on the streaming map in deeper leagues Week 4 against the Jaguars.
Chargers LCB Brandon Flowers suffered a concussion in Week 3.
He took a knee to the helmet late in the game and didn't return. The Chargers have the high-scoring Saints on deck, so they will need Flowers. Flowers has been enjoying a bounce-back season following a dreadful 2015 campaign.