Eddie Lacy was bottled up in the Packers' Week 3 loss to the Lions, rushing 11 times for only 36 yards, also losing a fumble.
Branden Oliver only saw three carries against the Bills Week 3.
The rookie's workload seemed destined to increase after Danny Woodhead exited the game with an ankle injury, but Donald Brown dominated the running back touches for the Chargers. Oliver should have a role as long as Ryan Mathews (knee) and Woodhead are out, but he is unlikely to come into any fantasy value.
Ravens WR Jacoby Jones missed his lone target in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Browns.
Baltimore's No. 3 wideout behind Torrey and Steve Smith Sr., Jones has no value in re-draft or Dynasty leagues.
Steve Smith Sr. caught five passes for 101 yards in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Browns.
Steve Sr. saw seven targets to Torrey Smith's eight in this game, but the former continues to run higher-percentage routes and now has at least 100 yards in two of Baltimore's first three games. Smith will be a low-end WR3/flex option when the Ravens take on his former team, the Panthers, in Week 4.
Donald Brown rushed 31 times for 62 yards and caught five passes for 27 yards against the Bills Week 3.
The rushing performance was not as bad as the 2.0 YPC would indicate, as eight of the carries came in the fourth quarter with the Chargers in clock-killing mode. More important than the performance, Brown was the unquestioned lead-back after Danny Woodhead (ankle) exited the game. Woodhead's injury looked to be serious, and Ryan Mathews (knee) is not due back for at least another three weeks. The Chargers will likely bring in some help, but Brown should get a heavy workload against the Jaguars next week.
Ravens WR Marlon Brown caught one pass for 15 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Browns.
He was targeted just once after seeing zero targets in Week 2. Brown has no re-draft value, but remains a hold in deeper Dynasty leagues. He's currently the Ravens' No. 4 wideout behind the Smiths and Jacoby Jones.
Derek Carr completed 21-of-34 passes for 174 yards and an interception in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Patriots.
Carr was better than his stat-line indicates. He made some of his best throws in this game, and nearly led the Raiders to a game-tying touchdown at the end of the fourth quarter. The interception came on a dropped pass by Denarius Moore and wasn't his fault. Carr showed good velocity on his throws, and didn't take any sacks. He'll remain a back-end QB2 in Week 4.
Taking over for an injured Matt Cassel (broken foot), Teddy Bridgewater completed 12-of-20 passes for 150 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions in the Vikings' 20-9, Week 3 loss to the Saints.
He added six rushes for 27 yards. With Cassel dealing with "several fractured bones," it will be Bridgewater under center for the foreseeable future in Minnesota. Operating behind an ineffective offensive line, Bridgewater extended plays with elusiveness, and was more effective than Cassel has been the past two weeks. He showed good awareness, and had nice touch on his passes. We like his odds of getting the Vikings' Adrian Peterson-less offense moving more than Cassel. Bridgewater's first start will come at home against the Falcons next Sunday. It's a winnable game, but Bridgewater isn't yet on the QB2 radar.