Bilal Powell hauled in 6-of-7 targets for 41 yards and rushed four times for 30 yards in the Jets' Week 3 loss to the Chiefs.
With the Jets in comeback mode in the second half, Powell saw plenty of targets down the stretch and actually ended up leading the team in catches and receiving yards. He was more involved on third downs and in obvious passing situations this week, but Matt Forte remains the clear lead back. Powell is just a handcuff at this point.
Tyler Lockett was not targeted in the Seahawks' Week 3 win over San Francisco.
Lockett entered this game listed as questionable with a knee injury, but his health was not an issue. He returned a punt 62 yards and nearly took it to the house, but simply wasn't a big part of the passing game on a day where Doug Baldwin (8-164-1) and Jimmy Graham (6-100-1) did the heavy lifting. Lockett will continue to be a volatile fantasy option in the Seahawks' offense. His yardage totals through three games are 17, 99, and 0.
Quincy Enunwa hauled in 3-of-11 targets for 37 yards Week 3 against the Chiefs.
Enunwa's 11 targets led the team, but he was not able to do much with the work outside from a good run in the third quarter culminating in a fourth-down conversion down to the Chiefs' five-yard line. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw an interception two plays later. The passing game will have better days, but next week against Seattle is unlikely to be one of them. Enunwa should be sat in that contest.
T.Y. Hilton caught 8-of-11 targets for 174 yards and one touchdown in the Colts' 26-22, Week 3 win over the Chargers.
Hilton did battle against Chargers rising star CB Jason Verrett for much of the day, but got the better of him when all was said and done. Hilton made a slick grab deep down the sideline with Verrett draped on him in the third quarter, and then accounted for the game-winning 63-yard score late in the fourth quarter, running right by the defense down the middle. The knee "injury" that had Hilton listed questionable proved to be a non-issue. Hilton will be a WR1/2 next week when the Colts travel to London to face the Jaguars.
Garrett Celek caught 3-of-4 targets for 25 yards in the 49ers' Week 3 loss to the Seahawks.
Celek isn't normally a notable player, but he could become a streamer option as bye weeks set in depending on the health of Vance McDonald, who exited Sunday's contest with a hip injury and never returned. Celek is a replacement-level player, but he could end up logging a ton of snaps in Week 4 versus Dallas.
Brandon Marshall hauled in 3-of-8 targets for 27 yards Week 3 against the Chiefs.
Marshall sat out a few snaps, but he did not seem particularly limited by the knee injury which kept him out of practice most of the week. He was not given a chance on most of his targets, dropped another, and was questionably ruled out of bounds on a one-handed grab in the end zone in the second half. That catch would have made his fantasy day look a lot better, but the reality is no one on the Jets played well enough to deserve a good fantasy day. Marshall should play next week, but he has another tough date with the Seahawks.
Torrey Smith caught 3-of-4 targets for 35 yards in the 49ers' Week 3 loss to the Seahawks.
We saw him hop off the field late in the game, and don't believe he returned. Playing in an utterly dysfunctional passing game and now apparently hurt, Smith can be safely ignored in 12- and 14-team fantasy leagues.
Matt Forte rushed 15 times for 65 yards and caught 2-of-3 targets for -1 yard Week 3 against the Chiefs.
Forte again looked good, getting everything that was blocked and creating yards on his own with great moves in the backfield. Unfortunately, the offense struggled to get anything going all game, and OC Chan Gailey apparently forgot Forte existed when the team was in the red zone. Gailey did, on the other hand, allow Ryan Fitzpatrick to throw three end-zone interceptions. Things will not get any easier against the Seahawks next week, but Forte’s workload keeps him in the RB1 conversation.