Charles Sims took the rock 13 times for 55 yards and a touchdown in Tampa's Week 3 loss to the Rams, catching 6-of-8 targets for 69 yards.
Mike Evans caught 10-of-13 targets for 132 yards and a touchdown in the Bucs' Week 3 loss to the Rams.
The catches were a career high, while Evans now has at least five grabs for 70 yards in all three games this season. He's scored each time out, and already matched his 2015 touchdown total. He's benefitted from the Bucs being forced into comeback, but has a whopping 38 targets. It's been the best-possible start, but Evans has a nightmare Week 4 matchup in the Broncos' league-best defense. He'll be more WR2 than WR1 for that one.
Jameis Winston completed 36-of-58 passes for 405 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Tampa Bay's 37-32, Week 3 loss to the Rams.
Winston's attempts and yardage totals were goosed by two final drives where he got to pick apart prevent defenses. The Bucs ended up with a chance to tie the game, but Winston took a sack on 2nd-and-10 from the Rams' 15. The Bucs were cost by absolutely awful clock management late. Winston's pick was a pass that bounced off Charles Sims' hands. Winston also lost a fumble, one that was housed for a 77-yard touchdown by the Rams. It was a much better performance than last week's five-turnover debacle, but Winston has looked a step slow with his thought process the past two weeks. He'll be a bottom-barrel QB2 against the Broncos' league-best defense in Week 4.
Vincent Jackson caught 3-of-6 targets for 37 yards in Tampa's Week 3 loss to the Rams.
V-Jax mixed in a defensive pass interference, but was ultimately invisible for the third straight game. One of his missed connections was a drop at the Rams' nine-yard line. Jackson now has 99 yards on the season. He's been passed in importance by Adam Humphries. With V-Jax's struggles coming on the heels of an underwhelming 2015, he's not a must hold in 12-team leagues.
Lance Kendricks was held without a catch on four targets in Los Angeles' Week 3 win over the Bucs.
One of Kendricks' missed connections was a should-have-been touchdown where he failed to get both feet down in bounds. Kendricks hasn't been threatened by rookie Tyler Higbee, but hasn't done nearly enough to warrant a TE2 roster spot in fantasy leagues.
Brian Quick caught 2-of-2 targets for 53 yards and a touchdown in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Bucs.
Quick entered the afternoon with four catches for 31 yards, but amazingly ended up scoring the Rams' first touchdown of the season. Running a simple post, Quick scorched Alterraun Verner for a 44-yard touchdown. At best the No. 3 receiver in the Rams' limp passing attack, Quick won't be coming into 2016 fantasy value.
Tavon Austin caught 5-of-8 targets for 82 yards and a touchdown in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Bucs.
Austin entered Week 3 with an inconceivable 63 yards on 22 targets, but finally had a productive afternoon. The Rams continued to scheme him the ball, and Austin chewed up some yardage in space. His score was a 43-yarder where he was somehow left on a 1-on-1 island with Chris Conte. The result was predictable. Austin nearly cost the Rams late in the fourth quarter, fielding a kickoff like a punt and setting his team up at the six-yard line. It was a ball that should have been given up on. Going up against the Cardinals' solid secondary in Week 4, Austin will be a low-end WR4.
Kenny Britt caught 4-of-6 targets for 38 yards in the Rams' Week 3 win over the Bucs.
Britt also drew a defensive pass interference penalty and lost a fumble. The giveaway got punched out from behind. Britt has at least four grabs in all three games, but yardage will be hard to consistently come by and touchdowns scarce for the Rams' boxed-in offense. He's a WR5 fill-in.