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  • Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE - New York Jets
    Posted 9/24/17 3:35pm ET

    New York Jets TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins caught five passes for 31 yards in his season debut Sunday, Sept. 24, against the Miami Dolphins. Seferian-Jenkins had been suspended for substance-abuse issues for the first two games.

    Huddle Up: Seferian-Jenkins is in the same boat many Jets players are. As QB Josh McCown goes, so does the team. Keep an eye on how Seferian-Jenkins does from here out.

  • Kelvin Benjamin - WR - Carolina Panthers
    Posted 9/24/17 3:32pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Carolina Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin (knee) did not suffered a major injury, based on early indications, a source said Sunday, Sept. 24.

    Huddle Up: After a scare, it appears Benjamin is expected to be fine. That is good news for a struggling Carolina offense which lost Greg Olsen (foot) to a long-term injury last week. Treat Benjamin more as a WR3 or flex option heading into Week 4 at New England, if healthy.

  • Melvin Gordon - RB - Los Angeles Chargers
    Posted 9/24/17 3:31pm ET

    San Diego Chargers RB Melvin Gordon (knee) left the Week 3 game against the Kansas City Chiefs, and he did not come out in the second half as he remained in the locker room for further treatment.

    Huddle Up: Gordon jogged back onto the sidelines in the third quarter and he is wearing his helmet, although Branden Oliver remains in the game. Gordon had a touchdown earlier for his fantasy owners, and it appears he'll be able to return soon. Officially he is still questionable to return.

  • DeVante Parker - WR - Miami Dolphins
    Posted 9/24/17 3:30pm ET

    Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker (ankle) caught eight passes for 76 yards and a touchdown in a 20-6 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday, Sept. 24.

    Huddle Up: It may have been a garbage TD at the end, but Parker still had a good outing in a losing effort. That outing came despite Parker battling ankle issues during the week. Parker could have a strong performance against the New Orleans Saints if it is a back-and-forth game, so keep him in mind for a WR2 option.

  • Robby Anderson - WR - New York Jets
    Posted 9/24/17 3:06pm ET

    New York Jets WR Robby Anderson caught three of his six targeted passes for 95 yards, including a 69-yard strike from QB Josh McCown, in a 20-6 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Sept. 24.

    Huddle Up: Take away the big catch and Anderson has 26 yards receiving, which isn't too impressive. Still, the fact a Jets receiver may be counted on is a good thing. He saw a solid amount of targets on Sunday, but McCown's up-and-down tendencies still make Anderson a risky play.

  • Danny Amendola - WR - New England Patriots
    Posted 9/24/17 3:05pm ET

    New England Patriots WR Danny Amendola caught three passes for 48 yards against the Houston Texans in Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Amendola's targets likely will change depending on the opponent but should be involved in the passing game as the slot receiver. He can be a flex option in point-per-reception leagues next week against the Carolina Panthers.

  • Brandon McManus - PK - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:04pm ET

    Denver Broncos PK Brandon McManus booted three field goals (38, 35, 28) while adding an extra point in Week 3 at Buffalo.

    Huddle Up: The double-digit performance was the first of the season for McManus, who entered just 1-for-3 on field-goal attempts with a total of 12 points through the first two games. Despite his early struggles he is a top fantasy option heading into Week 4 against the Raiders.

  • Bennie Fowler - WR - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:03pm ET

    Denver Broncos WR Bennie Fowler posted four grabs for 55 yards on seven targets in Week 3 at Buffalo.

    Huddle Up: Fowler left the Week 2 game after a hard hit, landing him in the concussion protocol. He didn't show any ill effects of his previous injury, as his catches, yardage and targets were all season highs. Still, he is third in the pecking order among the wideouts and only has fantasy appeal if Demaryius Thomas or Emmanuel Sanders go down to injury.

  • Emmanuel Sanders - WR - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:03pm ET

    Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders racked up seven receptions for 75 yards on 15 targets in Week 3 at Buffalo.

    Huddle Up: Trevor Siemian looked the way of Sanders early and often, perhaps too often. A couple of times he tried to force it into the veteran and had miscues. It's nice for fantasy owners to see Sanders getting so many looks. He remains a solid WR2 in all fantasy leagues heading into Week 4 against the visiting Raiders.

  • Chris Hogan - WR - New England Patriots
    Posted 9/24/17 3:02pm ET

    New England Patriots WR Chris Hogan caught four passes for 68 yards and two touchdowns against the Houston Texans in Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Hogan has received a bigger role in the passing game since the team lost some receivers to injuries earlier in the year. He should receive a similar workload next week and can be a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver for fantasy owners.

  • Demaryius Thomas - WR - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:02pm ET

    Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas posted six receptions for a game-high 98 yards on nine targets in Week 3 at Buffalo.

    Huddle Up: Fantasy owners who get a bonus at 100 yards might complain a little, but it was a solid day for Thomas, especially in PPR formats. He remains a solid WR2 in all formats heading into Week 4 against the Raiders.

  • C.J. Anderson - RB - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:02pm ET

    Denver Broncos RB C.J. Anderson rushed eight times for 36 yards in the Week 3 loss in Buffalo and he added two catches for seven yards on his only two targets.

    Huddle Up: Anderson was a bust for his fantasy owners after a couple of solid performances to open the season. He'll look to get back on track in Week 4 against the Raiders.

  • Jamaal Charles - RB - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:01pm ET

    Denver Broncos RB Jamaal Charles rushed nine times for a game-high 56 yards and a touchdown in Week 3 in Buffalo and he had one catch for just one yard.

    Huddle Up: Charles picked up the slack with C.J. Anderson mostly contained. He continues to take advantage of the absence of Devontae Booker, looking like the Charles of old. He isn't quite a fantasy stud, but he can be trusted as an RB3 or flex play in most formats heading into Week 4 against the Raiders.

  • Trevor Siemian - QB - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/24/17 3:01pm ET

    Denver Broncos QB Trevor Siemian completed 24 of his 40 pass attempts for 259 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in Week 3 at Buffalo. He also ran three times for 12 yards.

    Huddle Up: Siemian made some critical mistakes and didn't look nearly as comfortable on the road as he did in a scintillating performance in Week 2 against Dallas. He'll be back home in Week 4 against Oakland in a key AFC West battle.

  • Rob Gronkowski - TE - New England Patriots
    Posted 9/24/17 3:00pm ET

    New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski caught eight passes for 89 yards and one touchdown against the Houston Texans in Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Gronkowski is probably the best tight end when he is healthy and should be a weekly starting option for fantasy owners.

  • Zay Jones - WR - Buffalo Bills
    Posted 9/24/17 2:59pm ET

    Buffalo Bills rookie WR Zay Jones was targeted twice in Week 3 against the Broncos but he was held without a catch.

    Huddle Up: The rookie entered the season with so much promise, and other than Jordan Matthews there isn't really anyone standing in his way from being a big part of the offense. However, Jones simply cannot be trusted right now outside of the very deepest of fantasy leagues.

  • Jordan Matthews - WR - Buffalo Bills
    Posted 9/24/17 2:58pm ET

    Buffalo Bills WR Jordan Matthews posted three grabs for 61 yards on five targets in Week 3 against the Broncos.

    Huddle Up: Slowly, but surely, Matthews is starting develop a rapport with Tyrod Taylor. He has been targeted 11 times through three games while posting eight receptions for 152 yards. He has a ways to go before he is a fantasy regular again, but he isn't a terrible WR4 or flex fantasy option heading into Week 4 at Atlanta.

  • Charles Clay - TE - Buffalo Bills
    Posted 9/24/17 2:58pm ET

    Buffalo Bills TE Charles Clay posted six catches for 39 yards and a score in Week 3 against the Broncos.

    Huddle Up: Clay didn't show any ill effects of the knee injury which had him on the injury report earlier in the week. He has scored two touchdowns through three games with at least three grabs in each outing. He has re-emerged as a low-end TE1 in deeper fantasy leagues heading into Week 4 at Atlanta.

  • Mike Tolbert - RB - Buffalo Bills
    Posted 9/24/17 2:57pm ET

    Buffalo Bills RB Mike Tolbert rushed 11 times for a team-high 41 yards in Week 3 against the Broncos and he didn't have a catch on his only target.

    Huddle Up: Despite the fact Tolbert lead the team in rushing in Week 3, he is only worth fantasy consideration in the very deepest of leagues heading into Week 4 in Atlanta.

  • LeSean McCoy - RB - Buffalo Bills
    Posted 9/24/17 2:57pm ET

    Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy rushed 14 times for just 21 yards in Week 3 against the Broncos, although he did shake free for 48 yards on seven receptions.

    Huddle Up: Fantasy owners in PPR leagues weren't completely buried by the poor rushing performance, but those in standard formats were certainly not smiling. He'll look to get back on track in Week 4 in Atlanta.

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