Gary Barnidge caught 5-of-6 targets for 66 yards in Cleveland's Week 3 loss to Miami.
Barnidge was the second leading receiver behind Terrelle Pryor. He took a step back with Cody Kessler starting, but managed a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter. Barnidge is a low-end TE1 for Week 4.
Joe Flacco completed 29-of-40 passes for 214 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions and rushed three times for 12 yards and a touchdown Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
Flacco set a Ravens’ record by completing 21 passes in a row in this game, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at his dreadful stat line. He tried his absolute hardest to give this game away with two fourth-quarter interceptions. The first came on a miscommunication with Dennis Pitta. The pass was deflected by Jalen Ramsey and eventually intercepted by Tashaun Gipson. Paul Posluszny came down with the second pick on a pass that was intended for Justin Forsett. Flacco, who is not known for his mobility, actually broke off a couple nice runs on Sunday including a seven-yard touchdown in the second quarter. This wasn’t a masterpiece by any stretch but Flacco did just enough to put Baltimore in the winner’s circle. He has a nice matchup waiting against the Raiders in Week 4.
Terrance West notched 45 yards on 10 carries and snagged his only target for eight yards Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
West opened the third quarter with a 15-yard burst but averaged just 3.33 yards on his other nine totes. That 15-yard run was the longest by a Raven this season. West outgained Justin Forsett on the ground but Forsett took on a much larger role in the passing game with seven targets compared to only one for West. Neither players will be appealing flex options next week against the Raiders.
Cameron Artis-Payne rushed 12 times for 47 yards in Carolina's Week 3 loss to the Vikings.
He added an 11-yard reception. Coach Ron Rivera lived up to his word, making Artis-Payne the chairman of Carolina's Jonathan Stewart-less committee. CAP out-touched Fozzy Whittaker and Mike Tolbert 13-11. J-Stew is expected to remain sidelined for Week 4, but CAP will be a mere RB3, even in a projected high-scoring game with the Falcons.
Charles Johnson was held without a catch on two targets in Minnesota's Week 3 win over the Panthers.
One of Johnson's missed connections was a stupefyingly-bad drop. He now has three catches through three games. Even with Adrian Peterson sidelined, it simply isn't happening for the former breakout candidate.
DeVante Parker caught 3-of-6 targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Miami's Week 3 win over the Browns.
Parker saw fewer targets than Jarvis Landry (12) and Kenny Stills (8), but scored on a 26-yard first-quarter touchdown. He was quiet for the rest of the game, making just two catches for 17 yards. Parker has established himself as Miami's top red-zone threat. He's a touchdown-dependedent WR3 for Week 4 against the Bengals.
Clive Walford caught 2-of-3 targets for 27 yards in the Raiders' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Walford could have had a better day, but he dropped a pass and also had a 24-yard touchdown taken off the board on a holding penalty by LT Donald Penn. Walford won't be a recommended streamer Week 4 at the Ravens.
Justin Forsett totaled 20 yards on seven carries and reeled in six-of-seven targets for 12 yards Sunday in the Ravens' Week 3 win over the Jaguars.
He drew the start and out-touched Terrance West 13-12, though West saw more carries. Forsett didn’t get much traction on Sunday, particularly in the first half when he was stuffed for only four yards on three carries. Right now the Ravens are just biding their time until fourth-round rookie Kenneth Dixon returns from a knee injury. Forsett won’t be much more than a flex consideration next week against Oakland.