Week 3 has come and gone. Some of y’all won, some of y’all lost, and others are singing the blues. No matter where you stand in season-long and daily formats, it is not too late to turn around your season. As always, SGPN has got you covered with in-depth FantasyPros Rankings from the Talentless Mr. Roto.
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Injuries to Watch
With both Julio Jones and Russell Gage banged up with injuries, it will be important to monitor the Atlanta receiving corps. Olamide Zaccheaus had a productive day and the speedy wideout may be the best wide receiver add. Hayden Hurst may also see a bump in work if Gage and Jones continue to miss time.
John Brown left Buffalo’s comeback win with a calf injury. After that, he was easily replaced by Gabriel Davis. As of now, Brown is questionable, but if he cannot go, pump up Davis against Vegas.
Green Bay may have found their WR2 in Allen Lazard. With Davante Adams nursing a hamstring injury, Lazard dominated the production for the Packers. Marquez Valdes-Scantling did not do much with his five targets either. Both Lazard and MVS will climb rankings if Adams is out again.
DJ Chark continues to battle a chest/back injury and is questionable for this weekends’ matchup. Without Chark, the Jags seemed to struggle through the air. That might be due to an over-involvement of Chris Conley though. He only caught three of his eight targets. Laviska Shenault and Keelan Cole look like the guys in Jacksonville.
With both Henry Ruggs III and Bryan Edwards banged up, the Raiders will turn to Nelson Agholor, Hunter Renfrow, and Zay Jones at receiver this week. Renfrow is the only one with real fantasy value against the Bills.
AJ Brown is still considered questionable for this week. That leaves Jonnu Smith as the pass-catcher to start in Tennessee. Adam Humphries is an option in deeper PPR leagues as well.
Chris Godwin is banged up and most likely out. Mike Evans will most likely be the biggest beneficiary of his absence. This means Tyler Johnson may be worth an add in deeper leagues.
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