Jermaine Kearse caught two passes for 22 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Broncos.
Kearse lost playing time to Bryan Walters and ended up with just two targets. The Seahawks are rotating receivers even heavier than usual so far, leaving Kearse as a drop candidate heading into the Week 4 bye.
Ricardo Lockette caught one pass for a 39-yard touchdown in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Broncos.
In the upset of the day, Lockette burned Aqib Talib for the score. It was the 10th catch of his three-year career. Lockette remains a No. 4 or 5 WR for the Seahawks.
Ryan Tannehill completed 21-of-43 passes for 205 yards and one touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 3 loss to Kansas City.
He took four sacks, averaged 4.8 yards per attempt, and managed nine yards on his lone rushing attempt. Although Tannehill was frequently the victim of dropped passes, this was an incredibly discouraging day. He is showing a tendency to hold onto the ball too long while simply missing receivers coming out of their routes. Particularly with Lamar Miller averaging nearly 6.0 YPC on the season, the Dolphins desperately need to scale back the volume of their passing game. Even against the talent-poor Raiders, Tannehill will be no better than a mid-range QB2 in Week 4.
Percy Harvin caught seven passes for 42 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Broncos.
The Seahawks force-fed Harvin on screens and quick-hitters, leading to a team-high nine targets. But he couldn't get loose and was held under 60 receiving yards for the third straight game. Non-PPR owners should get used to the frustration, as this run-heavy attack is not where receivers rack up big stats. Harvin will get a dream matchup against the Redskins following a Week 4 bye.
Cardinals RCB Antonio Cromartie suffered a left-knee injury in Sunday's win over the 49ers, and will undergo an MRI.
Cromartie didn't appear labored as he walked to the locker room, but it's a knee he's had operated on in the past. Jerraud Powers finished the game opposite Patrick Peterson. Cromartie has been playing well after his lost 2013 with the Jets. His loss would be big.
Doug Baldwin caught four passes for 56 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Broncos.
Baldwin continued to rotate heavily, but did lead the Seahawks in receiving yardage. He heads into the bye with 10 catches for 105 yards and no touchdowns. There's just no week-to-week ceiling for any of the Seahawks' receivers in this spread-the-wealth passing attack.
John Carlson caught 3-of-3 targets for 33 yards in Arizona's Week 3 win over the 49ers.
Carlson now has six catches through three games. As expected, tight end remains a fantasy wasteland in Bruce Arians' offense.
Lamar Miller rushed 15 times for 108 yards and caught 4-of-5 targets for 24 yards in the Dolphins' Week 3 loss to Kansas City.
Sunday's playcalling performance by Fins OC Bill Lazor was very disappointing. While Miller ripped off over seven yards per carry, Ryan Tannehill was head-scratchingly allowed to attempt 43 passes despite almost complete ineffectiveness. Tannehill averaged 4.8 yards per pass attempt. Lazor has a run-devoted background, so look for him to get this ratio corrected when the Dolphins take on the Raiders in London next week. As long as Knowshon Moreno is out -- and he's expected to miss at least three more games -- Miller will offer upside as a weekly RB2. Miller is now averaging 5.76 yards per carry on the season.