Charles Johnson was held without a catch on two targets in Minnesota's Week 3 win over the Panthers.
One of Johnson's missed connections was a stupefyingly-bad drop. He now has three catches through three games. Even with Adrian Peterson sidelined, it simply isn't happening for the former breakout candidate.
DeVante Parker caught 3-of-6 targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Miami's Week 3 win over the Browns.
Parker saw fewer targets than Jarvis Landry (12) and Kenny Stills (8), but scored on a 26-yard first-quarter touchdown. He was quiet for the rest of the game, making just two catches for 17 yards. Parker has established himself as Miami's top red-zone threat. He's a touchdown-dependedent WR3 for Week 4 against the Bengals.
Clive Walford caught 2-of-3 targets for 27 yards in the Raiders' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Walford could have had a better day, but he dropped a pass and also had a 24-yard touchdown taken off the board on a holding penalty by LT Donald Penn. Walford won't be a recommended streamer Week 4 at the Ravens.
Justin Forsett totaled 20 yards on seven carries and reeled in six-of-seven targets for 12 yards Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
He drew the start and out-touched Terrance West 13-12, though West saw more carries. Forsett didn’t get much traction on Sunday, particularly in the first half when he was stuffed for only four yards on three carries. Right now the Ravens are just biding their time until fourth-round rookie Kenneth Dixon returns from a knee injury. Forsett won’t be much more than a flex consideration next week against Oakland.
Matt Asiata rushed six times for 15 yards in the Vikings' Week 3 win over the Panthers.
He added a four-yard reception. Asiata "started," but got out-touched 17-7 by Jerick McKinnon and soundly out-snapped. He's the clear No. 2 in Minnesota's backfield, albeit still likely to vulture touchdowns. Running behind an extremely weak offensive line, it's hard to see Asiata becoming a weekly RB3 factor.
Seth Roberts caught 2-of-6 targets for 27 yards and one touchdown in the Raiders' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Roberts' day started with a terrible drop on the opening series, but he later busted past slot CB Brice McCain for a short touchdown, which proved to be the game-winner. Roberts won't come into fantasy value unless one of Amari Cooper of Michael Crabtree gets hurt at some point. He's a WR6.
Terrelle Pryor caught 8-of-14 targets for 144 yards in Cleveland's Week 3 loss to Miami.
Pryor had a featured role with Josh McCown and Corey Coleman sidelined. He rotated snaps with Cody Kessler at quarterback, rushing for 21 yards on four carries and completing 3-of-5 passes for 35 yards. The stat line is impressive, but not something owners can expect going forward. Pryor should remain the focal point of Cleveland's offense until Josh Gordon returns in Week 5.
Jerick McKinnon rushed 16 times for 45 yards in the Vikings' Week 3 win over the Panthers, adding one catch for two yards.
Matt Asiata got the "start," but McKinnon out-touched him 17-7 and out-snapped him 36-19. Yards were just extremely hard to come by behind the Vikings' truly pathetic offensive line, which lost LG Alex Boone to a hip injury early in the proceedings. McKinnon has a major leg up on Asiata — except for perhaps in short-yardage situations — but will face more tough sledding against the Giants' improved defense in Week 4. He'll remain on the RB2 borderline.