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Delanie Walker caught four passes for 54 yards in the Titans' Week 3 loss to the Bengals.

Walker was really the lone playmaker on offense for the Titans in their blowout loss. He was targeted seven times on the day and continues to be a big part of the game plan. Walker's best grab was a 23-yard gain on a first-quarter third-and-four. He went up and brought in a high Jake Locker pass and broke a couple tackles in the red zone, but Ryan Succop later missed the field goal. Walker will be a mid-range TE1 next week against an awful Colts defense.
Sep 21 - 5:31 PM

Denarius Moore caught three passes for 23 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Patriots.

He was targeted six times, behind only Marcel Reece. Moore was highly inefficient and continued to struggle with drops, including a pass that he deflected to Patriots DT Vince Wolfork for an interception on the Raiders' final drive. Even with Rod Streater (foot) likely to miss extended time, Moore should remain unrostered in fantasy leagues.
Sep 21 - 5:31 PM

Jordan Cameron managed one catch for 23 yards on three targets in the Browns' Week 3 loss to Baltimore.

Andrew Hawkins hogged 10 targets despite Cameron's return, although Cameron did look sharp on his 23-yard reception early on. He was also targeted once on an end-zone fade, drawing a pass interference call to set up Terrance West's one-yard touchdown. Still, Cameron was not a full-time player against the Ravens and is still trying to battle back from his August shoulder injury. The Browns' Week 4 bye comes at a good time for Cameron.
Sep 21 - 5:28 PM

Alfred Morris rushed 23 times for 77 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.

Owners got a scare when Morris twisted his knee while pass blocking, but he quickly came back into the game and looked fine. Unfortunately, he missed out on the only goal-line chance of the day as Roy Helu was on the field in a hurry-up set and converted. We know that Alf is a zero in the pass game, so he's not going to score many fantasy points when he doesn't get in the end zone. He'll be a borderline RB1 in non-PPR only when the Redskins host the Giants in Week 4.
Sep 21 - 5:28 PM

Cordarrelle Patterson caught 4-of-5 targets for 61 yards in the Vikings' Week 3 loss to the Saints.

Patterson was only used once as a rusher, losing seven yards on his second-quarter carry. Although the Vikings have to do a better job of manufacturing touches for their No. 1 offensive weapon, he could help his cause immensely by becoming more efficient at creating his own looks. The Vikes can't hold Patterson's hand forever. With the station-to-station Matt Cassel (broken foot) staring at a long-term absence, the Vikes could start opening things up with more-athletic backup Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater's installation under center should ultimately benefit C-Patt.
Sep 21 - 5:28 PM

Mike Williams caught two passes for 11 yards against the Chargers.

He only has 10 targets through three games. He can be safely ignored in all formats.
Sep 21 - 5:27 PM

Robert Woods caught three passes for 19 yards against the Chargers.

Woods was a victim of E.J. Manuel's inability to throw accurately downfield. Woods now has 8 catches for 102 yards through three games this season. He can be avoided in all but the deepest of fantasy leagues.
Sep 21 - 5:25 PM

Jerick McKinnon rushed twice for -1 yards in Minnesota's Week 3 loss to the Saints, catching 2-of-5 targets for nine yards.

McKinnon was expected to have a bigger role this afternoon, but got out-touched 15-4 by Matt Asiata, who out-gained his rookie teammate 71-8. If there was a positive, it's that McKinnon's five looks in the passing game were just one fewer than Asiata drew. The Vikings badly need McKinnon's play-making ability. Despite Asiata's grip on No. 1 duties, McKinnon's role should slowly grow.
Sep 21 - 5:23 PM
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