Brees continues to be a monster and his week three performance against Arizona propelled many to fantasy victory. His 342 yards and three touchdowns were the main course, but his 21 yards and score on the ground was the gravy.
Thank you Cam for remembering you have a set of…legs to run on. Sure you threw three touchdowns, but ran for 45 yards and a touchdown. Let's see if you can remember again next week... or when you return from your bye week.
Wait…Antonio Brown is on the stud list? You bet. His 9 catch 196 yard performance was tops among receivers in week three (at least through Sunday).
After his mere mortal 4 catch 45 yard opening day output, Graham has been the best receiver in fantasy football regardless of position. In his past two games, he has 19 receptions and 313 yards to go along with his three touchdowns.
I'm not going to lie, I didn't see this one coming. Murray torched the Rams defense for 203 combo yards and a touchdown. Entering the game, St. Louis had allowed 61 yards on the ground in two games.
With the Browns pieced together with duct tape and a paper clip, Jordan Cameron proved that the Vikings defense is horrible. His six catches, 66 yards and three touchdowns propelled him to the tight end elite.
I know Miles tweaked his hammy (again), but his 2 catches for 22 yards were deplorable. I'll pile on, thank you.
Maybe his final return should have been last year. He scored two fantasy points in standard leagues….that number again is two.
The way Mike Wallace is going, he'll score 18 points next week against New Orleans. Follow my math…he scored one point in week one, then went off for 17 in week two. He then inspired his owners to a two catch 22 yard effort against Atlanta. His owners are swearing…
This is more like the real Matt Schaub. Owners that chanced a third solid performance were reminded why he should be a bye week guy.
You expect more than three points out of your quarterback but if you don't and went with good ol' Eli, that is exactly what you got.
Alright, maybe I was in denial when Charch said Foster was on a rapid decline. I was hoping for a nice parachute ride for 16 weeks and instead the damn thing won't open. A mere 54 yards was all he could get against the Ravens.