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.
Niles Paul caught six passes for 68 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.
Isaiah Crowell rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries in the Browns' Week 3 loss to Baltimore.
He was far more efficient than Terrance West, averaging 5.0 YPC compared to West's 3.0, but was not involved in the passing game and handled one fewer carry than West. Crowell and West will now enter a Week 4 bye with Ben Tate (knee) tentatively due back in Week 5. Fantasy owners dealing with bye-week crunches may have to part with Crowell. He's the Browns' No. 3 tailback.
Mohamed Sanu caught five passes for 44 yards in the Bengals' Week 3 win over the Titans.
Sanu is a do-it-all, real-life player. After completing a deep ball in Week 2, he tosses an 18-yard touchdown to Andy Dalton of all people in this one. Sanu continues to run as the Bengals' clear No. 2 receiver, but with Marvin Jones closing in on a possible Week 5 return following the bye, Sanu may not see the 6-8 targets per game he's been getting. He's more of a WR4/5 in fantasy.
DeSean Jackson caught five passes for 117 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's Week 3 loss at Philadelphia.
The left shoulder sprain that bothered Jackson all week was not an issue. He taunted the Eagles fans all day long and put his money where his mouth is when he roasted Cary Williams for a 81-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Pierre Garcon's precision is a better fit with Kirk Cousins, but this offense is really moving now. Jackson will be a solid WR2 against the Giants in Week 4.
Brian Hoyer completed 19-of-25 passes for 290 yards and a touchdown in the Browns' Week 3 loss to Baltimore.
He added four yards on two scrambles. Continuing to operate as a game manager in Cleveland's run-based offense, Hoyer was incredibly sharp against the Ravens and is in no danger of losing his starting job to Johnny Manziel entering a Week 4 bye. Hoyer has as a 3:0 TD-to-INT ratio through three starts. He has taken only five sacks and is completing well over 60 percent of his passes.
Mychal Rivera secured two-of-four targets for 11 yards in Week 3 against the Patriots.
Rivera continued to play over David Ausberry, who finished without a catch. He now has 16 targets through three games and remains off the fantasy radar.