DeSean Jackson caught five passes for 117 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.
Brian Hoyer completed 19-of-25 passes for 290 yards and a touchdown in the Browns' Week 3 loss to Baltimore.
He added four yards on two scrambles. Continuing to operate as a game manager in Cleveland's run-based offense, Hoyer was incredibly sharp against the Ravens and is in no danger of losing his starting job to Johnny Manziel entering a Week 4 bye. Hoyer has as a 3:0 TD-to-INT ratio through three starts. He has taken only five sacks and is completing well over 60 percent of his passes.
Mychal Rivera secured two-of-four targets for 11 yards in Week 3 against the Patriots.
Rivera continued to play over David Ausberry, who finished without a catch. He now has 16 targets through three games and remains off the fantasy radar.
Garrett Graham caught five passes for 41 yards in the Texans' Week 3 loss to the Giants.
Graham was targeted six times on the day, but didn't do much until late in the fourth quarter in garbage time. He's the No. 4 option in the passing game, leaving him as nothing more than a low-end TE2 in this run-heavy offense.
Kenbrell Thompkins caught one pass for 16 yards in Week 3.
Thompkins was active over Aaron Dobson this week. He played X receiver in three-wide sets, with Brandon LaFell the preferred option opposite Julina Edelman on running downs. Thompkins was a healthy scratch last week and remains off the fantasy radar.
Pierre Garcon caught 11 passes for 138 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.
Highly accurate and decisive Kirk Cousins is going to be a great thing for Garcon. He ate up Bradley Fletcher all day and Cousins fit the ball into tight windows, including a quick slant that went for a 4-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Garcon, who now has 22 catches through three games, will be a solid WR2 against the Giants in Week 4.
Randall Cobb caught 3-of-6 targets for 29 yards in the Packers' Week 3 loss to the Lions.
The sub-40 yard effort was Cobb's second straight, while he's failed to top 60 in any of Green Bay's first three games. The scores that propped his value in Weeks 1-2 were not there today. Cobb has drawn a rather modest 21 looks through the Packers' first three games, but we'd expect that average to claim. The Pack have to get the ball in their No. 2 playmaker's hands more often. Cobb remains a WR2 despite his and the Pack's slow start.
Danny Amendola had zero catches on one target in Week 3.
Amendola hasn't been involved in the offense at all this season, and is closer to being a weekly inactive than fantasy relevant. The Patriots are starting to use three-receiver sets with Julian Edelman, Kenbrell Thompkins, and Brandon LaFell on the field. Amendola dropped a touchdown from two yards out on his lone target.