Panthers DT Vernon Butler suffered a right ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Eric Ebron caught 5-of-8 targets for 69 yards Week 3 against the Packers.
Shockingly, the five catches matched Ebron's career-high, and he likely would have had more if not hobbled by an apparent ankle injury in the second half. Ebron played through the injury, but he had to come off the field after a catch in the third quarter and did not appear to be 100 percent. Ebron looked great before the issue, but his biggest play of the game was one he would like to forget. With the Lions driving, Ebron had the ball ripped out of his hands on what should have been a catch. Despite that mistake, Ebron will be a must-play option if healthy next week against the Bears.
Redskins LG Shawn Lauvao suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's game against the Giants.
The Redskins also lost C Kory Lichtensteiger. Both players went down in the first half and did not return. A Week 4 addition on the interior will likely be necessary.
Trevor Siemian completed 23-of-35 passes for 312 yards and four touchdowns in the Broncos' Week 3 win over the Bengals.
He rushed three times for five yards. Siemian was unstoppable in this game, finding Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas for long touchdown bombs and ultimately picking apart a normally stout Bengals defense at all levels of the field. Both Thomas and Sanders hit 100 receiving yards. The 3-0 Broncos will head to Tampa Bay for Week 4. Undefeated as a starter, Siemian has earned mid-range to low-end two-quarterback-league consideration in a plus matchup like the Bucs. At this point, we don't expect to see first-round pick Paxton Lynch anytime soon.
Redskins C Kory Lichtensteiger suffered a calf injury in Sunday's game against the Giants.
Lichtensteiger went down in the first half and did not return. He is week to week.
Randall Cobb caught 1-of-3 targets for 33 yards Week 3 against the Lions.
While Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson got on track, Cobb did not get his invitation to the party. He started on the right foot with a 33-yard grab on a broken play on the opening drive, but he only saw two targets the rest of the way. Cobb will certainly have bigger days moving forward, but he has not had more than 60 yards through the air since Week 13 of last year. He will be no better than a WR3 coming out of the Week 4 bye.
DeMarco Murray rushed 16 times for 114 yards and one touchdown in the Titans' 17-10, Week 3 loss to the Raiders, adding five catches for 41 yards.
Jordy Nelson caught 6-of-7 targets for 101 yards and two touchdowns in the Packers' Week 3 win over the Lions.
Nelson’s production had been better than his play the first two weeks, but that was not the case against the Lions. He easily got open on a mismatch with a linebacker for a 49-yards before capping the Packers’ second drive with an eight-yard score. He was also pivotal on a successful two-minute drill late in the first half, catching four passes including a 17-yard touchdown in which he easily beat Darius Slay down the right sideline. Nelson did not see a target in the second half as the Packers leaned on the running game to close it out, but he is rounding into form. Even in a tough matchup against the Giants, Nelson will be a WR1 following the Week 4 bye.