Doug Martin rushed for 40 yards and one touchdown on nine carries in the Bucs' third preseason game.
It was all or nothing for Martin on Saturday night. His first few runs went for nothing before Martin exploded later in the first half for big gains, including a 19-yard touchdown on a jump cut to the left. Looking spry in a contract year, Martin has rushed for 118 yards and one touchdown on 20 carries this preseason. Martin's ADP has skyrocketed this month from the end of the sixth round to the middle of the fourth round. It will only go up before Week 1.
Jordan Reed caught two passes for 21 yards in the Redskins' third preseason game.
Reed looked healthy in his first preseason action, making several early plays including a diving grab on third down. Though Tom Compton saw plenty of snaps with the first-team offense as a blocking tight end, Reed was clearly the top pass-catching option. He is a high-upside, low-floor TE2.
Giovani Bernard had five touches for 15 yards in the Bengals' third preseason game.
Bernard rotated with the first team, playing only in passing situations. He lost all goal-line work to Jeremy Hill, and doesn't have a consistent role on third downs due to blocking limitations. Bernard has just 10 carries for 19 yards through three preseason games.
Jameis Winston completed just 6-of-15 passes for 90 yards and one interception in the Bucs' third preseason game Saturday night.
It was another ugly night for Winston after he looked impressive in the Bucs' second preseason game last Monday evening. We're not going to overreact, however, as Winston was without No. 1 receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) and playing behind what has the looks of an awful offensive line. Winston's interception was all on him, though; he was under heavy pressure and staggering backward before throwing off his back foot into the middle of the field for an easy pick. After three preseason games, Winston is 23-of-47 for 311 yards, no touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Kirk Cousins completed 20-of-27 passes for 190 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the Redskins' third preseason game.
Cousins looked scared in the pocket early in the game. His interception came on a screen pass when he forced the ball into a crowd, and he fumbled a snap on the first play of the next drive. He struggled with ball placement all night, and his touchdown came on a tipped ball which should have been intercepted. Cousins calmed down as the game wore on, and he was sharp two-minute touchdown drive to close out the first half. Even if Cousins opens the season as the starter, he should not be trusted in standard fantasy leagues.
Joseph Randle started the Cowboys' third preseason game, rushing six times for 15 yards.
He added an eight-yard reception. Randle got the ball on four of Dallas' first six plays, and carried the mail for the majority of the first quarter. As expected, Lance Dunbar operated as his change-of-pace back. Darren McFadden got some work with the first-team offense, but not until Dallas' fourth series. Randle is clearly going to get the first shot on early downs as the Cowboys begin the tall task of replacing DeMarco Murray, but he's a boom-or-bust RB2 in a crowded backfield. He finishes the preseason with 13 carries for 45 yards (3.46 YPC).
Jeremy Hill had 11 carries for 46 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's third preseason game.
Hill outsnaped Gio Bernard, who finished with five touches. He handled all goal-line work, but converted on just one of his five carries inside 10-yard line. The centerpiece of the Bengals offense, Hill is No. 16 overall in Rotoworld's Preseason Top 200.
Mike Wallace caught 3-of-3 targets for 50 yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Cowboys.
Wallace made his first big play of the preseason in the first quarter, catching a 39-yard strike in traffic down the right sideline. "60 Minutes" finishes the exhibition season the owner of four grabs for 52 yards. Although officially the Vikings' No. 1 receiver, Wallace is vying with Charles Johnson for top status in the Vikes' receiver corps. He's a mid-range WR3 from a fantasy perspective.