Zac Stacy rushed 12 times for 67 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Cowboys.
Stacy did most of his damage in the first quarter, and continued to lose snaps to Benny Cunningham on passing downs. The Rams went with a three-back committee this week, with Trey Watts also getting five carries as a change-of-pace. Stacy added five catches for 54 yards on six targets, giving him over 100 total yards for the first time this season. He remains the Rams' lead back and favorite for goal-line work. St. Louis is on a bye in Week 4.
Andre Roberts caught four passes for 38 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.
With DeSean Jackson (shoulder) healthy, Roberts played the No. 3 wideout role once again. He's not going to see enough volume there to be on the fantasy radar.
Jarrett Boykin caught just 1-of-4 targets for 11 yards in the Packers' Week 3 loss to the Lions.
Boykin spent the majority of the day running ahead of Davante Adams in three-wide sets, but hurt his cause with a brutal second-half drop. Adams ended up catching two passes to Boykin's one. Boykin has a pathetic two catches for 17 yards on seven targets through three games, leaving the door wide open for Adams to take his job.
Larry Donnell caught six passes for 45 yards in the Giants' Week 3 win over the Texans.
Donnell caught all six passes that came his way, and has now been targeted 22 times on the season. Donnell was on his way to the end zone in the first half, but ended up losing a fumble at the four-yard line. He's put himself in the TE1/2 mix as a favorite of Eli Manning. Donnell gets the Redskins on Thursday night.
Miles Austin caught six passes for 51 yards and a touchdown in the Browns' Week 3 loss to the Ravens.
His seven targets ranked second on the team behind only Andrew Hawkins' 10. Despite back-to-back stat lines of 6-44-1 and now 6-51-1, Austin will be tough for fantasy owners to hang onto entering Cleveland's Week 4 bye. As Jordan Cameron gets healthier, Austin's targets are likely to sink, perhaps considerably.
Davante Adams played primarily as the No. 4 receiver in the Packers' Week 3 loss to the Lions, catching 2-of-3 targets for 11 yards.
Adams got some run ahead of Jarrett Boykin, but drew the first-half ire of Aaron Rodgers by running the wrong route on a first-quarter play. Adams returned to some three-wide sets in the second half. Boykin drew four looks, but caught only one pass, and committed a brutal drop. All in all, today was a wash for Adams' quest to move ahead of Boykin. He's still the higher-upside stash.
Kendall Wright caught five passes for 44 yards in the Titans' Week 3 loss to the Bengals.
Wright was targeted a game-high ten times. He fell down on one of his routes, and was missed by Jake Locker on a couple others. Wright mostly caught simple bubble screens and pop passes. He simply doesn't score enough to be more than a WR3. Wright gets a boost in PPR, but Locker has been inaccurate the past two games. The offense will look to get going next week vs. the Colts.
DeMarco Murray had 24 carries for 100 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Rams.
Murray fumbled on the Cowboys' first drive, but was able to bounce back with a touchdown in the second quarter. He added four catches for 31 yards in the pass game. Murray has over 100 total yards and a touchdown in three straight weeks and remains locked in as a matchup-proof RB1. He'll take on the Saints in Week 4.