Kenny Stills caught 5-of-8 targets for 76 yards in Miami's Week 3 win over the Browns.
It's another solid game for Stills after he posted a 2/39/1 line in Week 2. Stills had more targets than DeVante Parker, but wasn't a factor in the red-zone. He won't be a recommended streaming option against the Bengals in Week 4.
Mike Wallace collected three catches for 34 yards on six targets Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
He only caught one ball for seven yards in the second half as Joe Flacco went to his safety valve, Steve Smith Sr. Wallace had a touchdown in his grasp but couldn’t come down with it early in the third quarter. That ended Flacco’s streak of 21 completions in a row. We knew Wallace would cool off after erupting for three touchdowns in his first two contests. Wallace is still a terrific playmaker and one of the game’s fastest downfield receivers but he’s always been boom-or-bust when it comes to fantasy. He’ll be a WR3 next time out against Oakland.
Mike Tolbert touched the ball four times for 19 yards in the Panthers' Week 3 loss to the Vikings.
Even with Jonathan Stewart sidelined, Tolbert wasn't a factor. He was a distant No. 3 behind Cameron Artis-Payne and Fozzy Whittaker. Tolbert will be off the Week 4 radar.
Dennis Pitta turned eight targets into six catches for 42 yards Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
Pitta got off to a hot start with six catches in the first half but couldn’t haul in either of his second-half targets. He’s settled in nicely as Joe Flacco’s primary check-down man with 20 targets over the last two weeks. The 31-year-old hasn’t scored a touchdown yet but fantasy owners have to be pleased with his involvement so far. Pencil him in as an upside TE2 next time out against Oakland.
Vance McDonald is done for the day in Week 3 with a hip injury.
The extent is undisclosed, but it's a bad sign that McDonald was almost immediately ruled out. He finished with two catches for four yards on two targets. The 49ers' tight end depth chart is rounded out by Garrett Celek and Blake Bell.
Fozzy Whittaker rushed five times for 22 yards in Carolina's Week 3 loss to the Vikings, adding five receptions for an additional 34 yards.
Running as the clear No. 2 behind Cameron Artis-Payne, a decent chunk of Whittaker's yardage came in garbage time. Whittaker didn't do anything to change the dynamic of Carolina's Jonathan Stewart-less backfield. CAP will remain the go-to guy against the Falcons in Week 4. Whittaker isn't a viable RB3.
Gary Barnidge caught 5-of-6 targets for 66 yards in Cleveland's Week 3 loss to Miami.
Barnidge was the second leading receiver behind Terrelle Pryor. He took a step back with Cody Kessler starting, but managed a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter. Barnidge is a low-end TE1 for Week 4.
Joe Flacco completed 29-of-40 passes for 214 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions and rushed three times for 12 yards and a touchdown Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
Flacco set a Ravens’ record by completing 21 passes in a row in this game, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at his dreadful stat line. He tried his absolute hardest to give this game away with two fourth-quarter interceptions. The first came on a miscommunication with Dennis Pitta. The pass was deflected by Jalen Ramsey and eventually intercepted by Tashaun Gipson. Paul Posluszny came down with the second pick on a pass that was intended for Justin Forsett. Flacco, who is not known for his mobility, actually broke off a couple nice runs on Sunday including a seven-yard touchdown in the second quarter. This wasn’t a masterpiece by any stretch but Flacco did just enough to put Baltimore in the winner’s circle. He has a nice matchup waiting against the Raiders in Week 4.