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Preview: Chiefs vs. Eagles

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Injury Reports:

Kansas City:

Travis Kelce- Knee- Questionable

Anthony Fasano- Ankle-Doubtful


Brent Celek- Shoulder- Probable

The Chiefs:

Proving that winning football doesn't equate to fantasy success, I give you Alex Smith. With stats that read 173 and 223 yards and two scores in each game he faces an Eagles team that is 31st in pass defense and just allowed Philip Rivers to go over 400 yards for the first time since 2010. While I am not predicting a 400 yard performance, a healthy 300 yard and two touchdown output makes Smith a sneaky play this week.

There is nothing sneaky about Jamaal Charles. He'll top 100 yards rushing and score and add another 40 in the passing game making him a top start in week 3.

Dwayne Bowe will tease 100 yards and will score in the passing game. Donnie Avery will pick up 63 yards making him a marginal WR3.

There will be points in this game, but not from the kicking game. There are better plays than Ryan Succop, but the KC defense is legit and can be put into your lineup. They are tied for the league lead with 9 sacks.

The Eagles:

Michael Vick is off to an impressive start and Charch is believing. Our 3rd ranked quarterback this week, Vick should go over 300 yards again and throw a pair of touchdowns.

LeSean McCoy will finish with 158 combo yards and a touchdown and continue his run at the top back in fantasy football.

DeSean Jackson will eclipse 100 yards and score in the passing game. Jackson is the 3rd most targeted receiver in the league through two weeks. That won't change in week 3.

Jason Avant was targeted seven times last week making him a viable play this week. 63 yards and a score sounds about right .

You can probably find better options in the kicking game then Alex Henry, and the Philly defense…or what is left of it just gave up like 2,000 miles to Philip Rivers…yuck.

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