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  • McCoy's MRI showed 'no significant damage'
    NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports LeSean McCoy's (ankle) MRI showed no significant damage.

    Advice: He has a "shot" to play in Sunday's Week 3 showdown against the Ravens. With Damien Williams (groin) also on the mend, rookie Darwin Thompson could be handed a few more touches than usual. McCoy will garner RB3/FLEX status if he's active. Rotoworld.com Today, 5:19 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • Ryan Griffin doesn't catch pass in MNF loss
    Ryan Griffin failed to catch his lone target in the Jets' Week 2 loss to the Browns.

    Advice: Griffin was on the deep-league and DFS radar after playing every snap in the Week 1 loss, but he was nonexistent as a pass-catcher in this one despite seeing plenty of the field. The Jets simply gave the ball to Le'Veon Bell as many times possible with Sam Darnold (mono) out. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:49 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    5.03 (262nd)
     
  • Ty Montgomery gets six touches in MNF loss
    Ty Montgomery rushed three times for 25 yards and caught all three of his targets for 15 yards in the Jets' Week 2 loss to the Browns.

    Advice: Montgomery's six touches were a distant second to Le'Veon Bell's 31 as the workhorse. Montgomery picked up most of his on the meaningless final drive down by 20 points. He remains nothing more than a pure handcuff with no standalone value. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:47 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    3.05 (308th)
     
  • D'Ernest Johnson has 50 yards in MNF win
    D'Ernest Johnson rushed three times for eight yards and caught 3-of-4 targets for 42 yards in the Browns' Week 2 win over the Jets.

    Advice: Johnson took over the No. 2 job this week with Dontrell Hillard (concussion) sidelined. He played a considerable amount as Nick Chubb's change of pace and the preferred third-down back. Johnson doesn't have much, if any, value outside of extremely deep leagues. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:45 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    2.84 (321st)
     
  • Robby Anderson has 4-81 night in defeat
    Robby Anderson caught 4-of-6 targets for 81 yards in the Jets' Week 2 loss to the Browns.

    Advice: A popular breakout candidate, Anderson has just seven catches for 104 scoreless yards after two games, one with Sam Darnold and another with a pair of backup passers. He actually performed better with Luke Falk in this one, catching all of his passes and seeing all six targets after Falk entered the game. It was against a soft Browns defense that already had the game wrapped up, but Falk at least seemed to trust Anderson. He'll be a WR4 next week in New England. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:41 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    8.98 (118th)
     
  • Jarvis Landry goes 3-32 in Week 2 win
    Jarvis Landry caught 3-of-7 targets for 32 yards in the Browns' Week 2 win over the Jets.

    Advice: Landry is a distant second fiddle in this offense with Odell Beckham now in the picture. Through two games, Landry has 99 yards on seven grabs. He's tough to trust as anything more than a WR4 for a Browns offense that is playing extremely slow and has yet to hit its stride under first-time coach and play-caller Freddie Kitchens. Landry gets a tough date with the Rams next Sunday night for Week 3. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:39 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    10.24 (102nd)
     
  • Luke Falk dinks and dunks it in NFL debut
    Luke Falk completed 20-of-25 passes for 198 scoreless yards in the Jets' 23-3, Week 2 loss to the Browns.

    Advice: Trevor Siemian made the start in place of an ill Sam Darnold, but he lasted just over a quarter before suffering an ankle injury. Falk, just promoted from the practice squad, made his NFL debut after being a seventh-round pick in 2015. He knows coach Adam Gase's offense, but Falk simply dinked and dunked down the field before picking up some chunk gains late when the Browns were playing prevent with a big lead. Falk is expected to start Week 3 against the Patriots in New England as it stands right now. Good luck. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:36 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (765th)
     
  • Mayfield has 325 yards, TD as Browns coast
    Baker Mayfield completed 19-of-35 passes for 325 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the Browns' 23-3, Week 2 win over the Jets.

    Advice: His wrist didn't seem to be an issue after Mayfield appeared to ding it in Week 1. Mayfield started slow, completing less than 50% of his passes in the first half and struggling to diagnose the defense. But things quickly turned around for him when he hit Odell Beckham on a simple slant pattern that OBJ took to the house for an 89-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Mayfield's pick was a forced throw to Beckham in the fourth frame. The Browns return home next Sunday night to face the Rams where Mayfield will deal with Aaron Donald. Mayfield will be a back-end QB1. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:31 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    20.46 (12th)
     
  • Crowder back to Earth with 4-40 in Week 2
    Jamison Crowder caught 4-of-6 targets for 40 yards in the Jets' Week 2 loss to the Browns.

    Advice: After going 14-99 on a whopping 17 targets in Week 1, Crowder came crashing back to Earth after losing Sam Darnold to mono and being forced to catch passes from Trevor Siemian and Luke Falk in this one. Crowder didn't catch a pass until midway through the fourth quarter after the Browns had this game sealed up. Crowder is off the fantasy map until Darnold returns. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:29 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    10.09 (99th)
     
  • Chubb has 98 yards, TD in easy MNF victory
    Nick Chubb rushed 18 times for 62 yards and one touchdown and caught all four of his targets for 36 yards in the Browns' 23-3, Week 2 win over the Jets Monday night.

    Advice: After getting vultured at the goal line Week 1 against the Titans, Chubb didn't let that happen in this one, scoring the Browns' first touchdown on a 19-yard scamper. It hasn't been flashy for Chubb through two weeks, but he's racked up 41 touches, including seven catches. The volume is there to keep Chubb an every-week RB1 ahead of a Week 3 home date with the Rams next Sunday night. The Rams shut down Alvin Kamara in Week 2 after getting eviscerated by Christian McCaffrey in the opener. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:24 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    16.67 (28th)
     
  • Le'Veon touches it 31 times for doomed Jets
    Le'Veon Bell rushed 21 times for 68 yards and caught all 10 of his targets for 61 yards in the Jets' 23-3, Week 2 loss to the Browns Monday night.

    Advice: With Trevor Siemian making the start, the Jets were already doomed before this one even kicked off. And then Siemian suffered a left ankle injury in the second quarter. Luke Falk, a 2015 seventh-round pick, entered to make his NFL debut. All of this led to Bell getting fed the ball relentlessly, something he probably loved. But we can't question his effort in this one. Bell could have easily given up and quit on a night the Jets had zero chance to win. But he ran hard. Unfortunately, Bell lost a fumble inside the 10-yard line in the fourth quarter while trying to fight for the end zone. With Falk likely to start Week 3 in New England, Bell should again flirt with 30 touches. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:19 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Odell who? OBJ puts 6-161-1 on Gregg Williams
    Odell Beckham caught 6-of-10 targets for 161 yards and one touchdown in the Browns' 23-3, Week 2 win over the Jets Monday night.

    Advice: In his mid-week presser, former Browns interim coach-turned Jets DC Gregg Williams refused to admit OBJ is a dynamic playmaker in this league after responding "Odell who?" when asked about Beckham. OBJ went on to make a spectacular one-handed, 33-yard grab down the right sideline for his first catch of the game, nearly recreating "The Catch," before later ripping off an 89-yard touchdown where he ran untouched through the middle of Williams' defense. It was the longest touchdown of Beckham's career. OBJ's return to MetLife Stadium couldn't have gone any better. He'll do battle with Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib next Sunday night against the Rams. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:18 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    16.26 (33rd)
     
  • Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) done for night
    Demaryius Thomas exited Monday night's Week 2 game against the Browns with a hamstring injury and will not return.

    Advice: Thomas came into this one questionable with a hammy pull and apparently re-injured it, or the Jets, who were getting steamrolled, simply decided to end his night early. Before leaving Thomas mustered negative-one yards on one catch across two targets. His one catch led all non-Le'Veon Bell Jets players at halftime. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:04 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • Siemian badly injures leg; Luke Falk in at QB
    Trevor Siemian exited Monday night's Week 2 game against the Browns with a left ankle injury.

    Advice: Myles Garrett drove Siemian into the turf in the second quarter, and Siemian's left leg got trapped underneath him, pinning his foot and ankle which took all of his body weight and Garrett's force. It was a gruesome looking injury, but Siemian somehow walked off the field before limping slowly to the locker room. That last part was the highlight of the Jets' first half. Before leaving, Siemian was 3-of-6 for three yards while taking two sacks. Luke Falk, fresh off the practice squad, is now in the game. Falk was a 2018 sixth-round pick and is making his NFL debut. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 6:32 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (101st)
     
  • David Njoku done for MNF due to concussion
    David Njoku suffered a concussion Week 2 against the Jets and will not return.

    Advice: This is Njoku's first documented NFL concussion. He was upended after going up in the air for a short target from Baker Mayfield. As he came down, Njoku landed on his head and crunched his neck. Before leaving in the first quarter, Njoku didn't catch a single pass on that lone target. He should be considered iffy for Week 3 with the Browns already on a short week. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 6:06 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    7.67 (165th)
     
  • Demaryius Thomas good to go versus Browns
    Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) is active for Week 2 against the Browns.

    Advice: Thomas has yet to practice with the Jets following his trade from the Patriots, but he could see action in this one after Gang Green lost Quincy Enunwa (neck) for the season following Week 1. Thomas is not an enticing fantasy play with Trevor Siemian under center and Jamison Crowder and Robby Anderson still healthy. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:02 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • Le'Veon, Demaryius active for MNF vs. Browns
    Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) is active for Monday night's Week 2 game against the Browns.

    Advice: Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) is also active after his trade from the Patriots despite not practicing yet with the team. Bell underwent an MRI last week, but everything came back clean after he played every snap in the Week 1 opener against the Bills. Bell is safe to run out there as the Jets' offensive centerpiece under QB Trevor Siemian. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 3:59 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • LeSean McCoy (ankle) slated for an MRI
    LeSean McCoy (ankle) will undergo an MRI Monday.

    Advice: He tweaked his ankle late in Sunday's win over Oakland. The injury isn't believed to be serious, though Monday's MRI should wipe away any shred of uncertainty. McCoy's health takes on greater significance in the wake of Damien Williams' knee injury. Rookie Darwin Thompson could be in for an expanded role if either player misses time. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:29 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • LeSean McCoy dealing with ankle injury
    LeSean McCoy suffered an ankle injury late in Sunday's Week 2 victory over the Raiders.

    Advice: That would explain why Darwin Thompson finished out the game at running back for Kansas City. McCoy was thrust into a featured role after Damien Williams went down with a knee injury, but couldn't take advantage of his increased usage, slumping to just 23 yards on 14 touches (11 carries, three receptions). Shady's injury has fallen mostly under the radar, which would suggest the Chiefs aren't concerned about his status for next week's home opener against the Ravens. The health of KC's backfield will be a situation fantasy owners will have to monitor throughout Week 3. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:35 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • Shady totals just 23 yards on 14 touches
    LeSean McCoy rushed 11 times for 23 yards in the Chiefs' Week 2 win over the Raiders, adding three receptions for zero additional yards.

    Advice: The entire Chiefs' run game couldn't get much of anything going in Week 2, converting 22 rush attempts into just 31 scoreless yards. Still, Shady's value is suddenly on the rise after Damien Williams exited early with a knee injury and didn't return. Anyone even remotely involved in this high-scoring Chiefs offense will carry weekly fantasy value, particularly the starting RB. Note that Shady would likely still split reps to some extent with rookie RB Darwin Thompson if Williams is ultimately sidelined. The Chiefs take on the Ravens next. Rotoworld.com Sunday, 5:12 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • Demaryius Thomas draws questionable tag
    Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) is officially questionable for Week 2 against the Browns.

    Advice: Thomas is truly questionable after not practicing all week. Even if he suits up, he's not a recommended play with Trevor Siemian. The 31-year-old is a candidate to replace Quincy Enunwa's snaps whenever he gets cleared to play. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 2:34 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • Le'Veon Bell officially questionable for Wk 2
    Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) is officially questionable for Week 2 against the Browns.

    Advice: All signs point to Bell playing, but he'll be without his starting quarterback and two key defenders on the other side of the ball. Bell's full-snap workload makes him game script-independent, and he should be targeted heavily if the Jets trail. Bell is a solid RB1, especially after Derrick Henry went off against Cleveland last week. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 2:31 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Le'Veon listed as limited participant Friday
    Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) was listed as a limited participant at Friday's practice.

    Advice: It's surprising as coach Adam Gase had said Bell wouldn't practice until Saturday. Either way, New York's workhorse appears to be on track for Monday's tilt with Cleveland despite a slight shoulder mishap earlier this week. Seeing his first game action in 20 months, Bell contributed 92 yards (60 rushing, 32 receiving) and a touchdown while playing all 71 snaps in last week's loss to Buffalo. Even at less than full strength, he should be in for a big night against a Cleveland defense that had a hard time containing Derrick Henry (159 yards, two touchdowns) in Week 1. Rotoworld.com Friday, 3:37 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Gase confirms Bell (shoulder) is 'good to go'
    Coach Adam Gase told reporters Friday that Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) is good to go for the Jets' Week 2 matchup against the Browns.

    Advice: Gase also confirmed that Bell would practice Saturday. He's set up well against a Browns defense that yielded 159 total yards and a pair of touchdowns to Derrick Henry in Week 1. Bell is locked in as the Jets' three-down back after playing a perfect 71-of-71 snaps in the team's Week 1 loss to the Bills. His dominant receiving ability makes him a no-doubt RB1, particularly with Trevor Siemian having a history of checking the ball down. Rotoworld.com Friday, 11:49 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Le'Veon Bell expected to practice Saturday
    Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) is expected to practice Saturday.

    Advice: Bell overdid it at Wednesday's practice, requiring an MRI on his injured shoulder. Luckily his tests came back clean and Bell has already vowed to play Monday night at Cleveland. A setback-free return to practice should cement his Week 2 status. Le'Veon didn't come off the field in last week's opener, logging a perfect 100-percent snap rate (71-of-71) in a loss to Buffalo. Even at less than full strength, Bell remains a top-shelf option in all formats. Rotoworld.com Friday, 9:13 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Le'Veon Bell's MRI reveals no major damage
    Le'Veon Bell's (shoulder) MRI revealed "no major damage or tears."

    Advice: Per ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the test was "mostly precautionary." Barring a setback, Bell will be out there for Monday Night Football against the Browns. A bigger Week 2 concern than Bell's health is his quarterback, as No. 2 Trevor Siemian could easily get overwhelmed by Steve Wilks' defense. At least than 100 percent and missing Sam Darnold, Bell will be a mid-rage/low-end RB1. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 1:34 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Jets sign Luke Falk to back up Trevor Siemian
    Jets promoted QB Luke Falk from their practice squad.

    Advice: The Titans drafted Falk in the sixth round of the 2018 draft. He's yet to throw a regular season pass. With Sam Darnold (mono) out this week and possibly weeks after that, Falk will back up Trevor Siemian. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 7:55 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (765th)
     
  • Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) not practicing
    Coach Adam Gase told reporters Thursday that recently-acquired WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) won't practice until at least Saturday.

    Advice: The Jets traded a 2021 sixth-round pick for an injured 31-year-old WR that is coming off an Achilles injury. But hey, Thomas sure looked good in Week 4 of the preseason. He's not a fantasy football option while Sam Darnold (mono) is sidelined. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 7:51 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) getting MRI Thursday
    Coach Adam Gase told reporters that Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) won't practice Thursday and will get an MRI.

    Advice: The Jets are falling apart at the seams, as Sam Darnold (mono) has been ruled out for Week 2 and it appears that could be in Bell's potential range of outcomes as well. At the very least, it seems unlikely that Bell will play 100% of the Jets' offensive snaps Monday night against the Browns like he did in Week 1. Ty Montgomery is Bell's handcuff and would instantly be elevated into the RB2 conversation if Bell ultimately misses action. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 7:38 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Jets acquire Demaryius Thomas for 6th-rounder
    Jets acquired WR Demaryius Thomas from the Patriots in exchange for a 2021 sixth-round pick.

    Advice: Thomas didn't even make the Patriots' official 53-man roster — they wanted to avoid guaranteeing his contract — and they were still able to flip him for a sixth-rounder eight days after re-signing him. The Patriots will stay winning. Bill Belichick is moving on because there was no longer space on the roster following Antonio Brown's shock acquisition. In New York, Thomas will be reuniting with coach Adam Gase, who was in Denver for the best years of Thomas' career in 2013-14. That was a long time and one Achilles injury ago. The Jets had been carrying only five wideouts. Thomas won't have fantasy value in his new home, but his arrival is bad news for Quincy Enunwa. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 1:26 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • X-rays negative for Baker Mayfield (hand)
    Baker Mayfield underwent precautionary X-rays on his injured hand following Sunday's Week 1 loss to the Titans.

    Advice: Mayfield didn't look right in the opener, throwing three interceptions including a pick-six to Malcolm Butler late in Sunday's blowout loss to Tennessee. The former No. 1 pick took a beating against the Titans, taking five sacks and a safety behind the Browns' anemic offensive line. Luckily, it appears he escaped with just a bruised hand. Baker will look to rebound against the Jets—who he defeated for his first NFL victory last year—on Monday Night Football. Rotoworld.com Monday, 9:46 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    20.46 (12th)
     
  • Demaryius Thomas inactive for Week 1
    Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) is inactive for Week 1 against the Steelers.

    Advice: Thomas made enough progress that he was a game-time decision, but he'll miss at least this week. The rest of New England's inactives are RB Damien Harris, CB Joejuan Williams, S Obi Melifowanu, OL Korey Cunningham, LB Kyle Van Noy and OL Byron Cowart. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 4:17 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • Robby Anderson (3/23) loses battle with White
    Robby Anderson vacuumed 3-of-7 targets for 23 yards in Gotham Green's 17-16 Week 1 loss to the Bills.

    Advice: Anderson's performance was an overview of New York's day as a whole as Sam Darnold was unable to connect with anyone downfield, instead peppering Jamison Crowder (14/99) and Le'Veon Bell (6/32/1) shallow and over the middle. Assuming the Jets' pass-pro merely struggled against Buffalo's ferocious front-seven, Anderson will stay a borderline WR2 against the Browns as an inconsistent big-play specialist with a low floor. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 3:22 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    8.98 (118th)
     
  • Njoku vultures goal-line TD in loss to Titans
    David Njoku was credited with four catches for 37 yards and a touchdown on six targets Sunday in Cleveland’s Week 1 loss to the Titans.

    Advice: Njoku tied Travis Kelce for the most drops among tight ends last season with eight, a shortcoming that has apparently followed him into 2019 as the 2017 first-rounder was charged with two drops in Sunday's opener. He looked shaken up after taking a lick from Titans safety Kevin Byard in the first half, but was cleared to return shortly after. His touchdown—which came on a three-yard bullet from Baker Mayfield on first-and-goal—cut the Titans' lead to three with 2:10 to go in the third quarter, though it was all downhill from there as Tennessee exploded for 28 unanswered points to win by an overwhelming 43-13 margin. Njoku will remain a borderline TE1 when the Browns make their way to Metlife Stadium to face the Jets in Week 2. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 3:18 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    7.67 (165th)
     
  • Bell totals 92 yards, plays every snap in win
    Le'Veon Bell rushed 17 times for 60 yards, tacking on six catches for 32 yards and one score in New York's 17-16 Week 1 loss to the Bills.

    Advice: Bell bucked the Jets' poor offensive showing by totaling 92 yards and a receiving touchdown on 66-of-66 offensive snaps. He was split out as a wide receiver inside the 10-yard line before hitting pay dirt, following that spark up with an ad-libbed two point conversion. The fact Bell mustered any sort of production on a day Sam Darnold struggled mightily bodes well for the free agent addition's RB1 outlook moving forward. He'll be an opportunity-based top-10 option against Cleveland's stout front-seven in Week 2. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 2:39 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    14.79 (42nd)
     
  • Nick Chubb earns 84 yards in opening-day loss
    Nick Chubb gobbled up 74 yards on 16 carries while also contributing three catches for 10 yards on four targets Sunday in the Browns’ Week 1 loss to Tennessee.

    Advice: Chubb sprinkled in a few nice runs including a 15-yard gallup early in the third quarter. The 2018 second-rounder looked shifty in the backfield, forcing a trio of missed tackles in the losing effort. Unfortunately game script worked against him in the second half (he saw just five carries after halftime) as the Browns abandoned their running game in an effort to close the gap on Tennessee. Further complicating matters, Chubb lost a handful of passing-down reps to Dontrell Hilliard (who also vultured him on the goal-line with a four-yard rushing score in the first quarter) before the latter exited with a concussion. The second-year bell-cow should fare better when the Browns take their act to East Rutherford for a Monday Night tilt against the Jets in Week 2. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 2:21 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    16.67 (28th)
     
  • Landry totals 77 yards as Browns lay an egg
    Jarvis Landry delivered four catches for 67 yards on six targets while also chipping in with a 10-yard run on his lone carry Sunday in Cleveland’s Week 1 loss to Tennessee.

    Advice: Landry was mostly bottled up in the first half (one catch for 10 yards on two targets) but shined after halftime, extending a third-quarter drive with a 23-yard pick-up on third-and-long and later nabbing a 34-yard deep shot from Baker Mayfield to set up first-and-goal from the Titans' three-yard-line (David Njoku would score on the following play). The sixth-year slot receiver ceded 11 targets to his former LSU teammate Odell Beckham, though Landry actually out-gained him by six yards (77-71). He'll continue to play second fiddle to OBJ, but there should still be enough volume for him to carve out a role as a weekly WR3/flex, particularly in the PPR realm where Landry has always thrived. Sunday certainly wasn't what the Browns had in mind, but they'll have a chance to redeem themselves next week against the Jets on Monday Night Football. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 2:20 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    10.24 (102nd)
     
  • Beckham tallies seven catches in Browns debut
    Odell Beckham supplied seven catches for 71 yards on 11 targets Sunday in the Browns’ Week 1 loss to the Titans.

    Advice: Beckham would have added another 22 yards to his tally if he hadn't been flagged for offensive pass interference on a play where he pushed off Malcolm Butler late in the first half. OBJ admitted to being slowed by a hip pointer at practice last week, but if he was feeling any lingering effects from that injury, it certainly wasn't evident Sunday as Beckham looked as explosive as ever in his Browns debut. The sixth-year play-maker cooled off in the second half (one catch for 12 yards on four targets) and so did the Browns, who were outscored 31-7 over the final two periods. Beckham was the intended target on the first of Baker Mayfield's three interceptions, with each of those misfires coming in the fourth quarter. OBJ will return to his old stomping grounds—Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford—next week when Cleveland opposes the Jets on Monday Night Football. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 2:20 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    16.26 (33rd)
     
  • LeSean McCoy rushes for 81 yards in KC debut
    LeSean McCoy rushed 10 times for 81 yards in the Chiefs' Week 1 win over the Jaguars, adding a 12-yard reception.

    Advice: Damien Williams dominated the Chiefs' backfield snaps, especially in the first half, but McCoy ended up the leading rusher, smoking Williams 81-26 despite carrying the ball three fewer times. Williams did add six receptions for 39 yards, and also operated as the Chiefs' goal-line back. McCoy had a real role, however, and he hinted after the game that it was expected to get bigger once he picks up all the offense's protections. McCoy will be a desperation FLEX option for next week's road trip to Oakland. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 2:08 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • Jets newcomer Crowder (14/99) sees 17 targets
    Jamison Crowder hauled-in 14-of-17 targets for 99 yards in the Jets' 17-16 collapse to the Bills in Week 1.

    Advice: Crowder's whopping 41.4 percent target share was one of few offensive highlights for the Jets as the team flushed a 16-0 second-half lead away at home. Looks could be dispersed differently in the future given that Robby Anderson (already battling a calf injury) was locked down by Tre'Davious White throughout the afternoon, but for the first week at least, coach Adam Gase's playbook clearly ran through Le'Veon Bell and Crowder. This type of workload keeps Crowder in weekly WR3/FLEX discussions, but his 3.0 average depth of target will have to come up to consider him a confident WR2. He'll be a top-40 option in Week 2 against the Browns. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 1:46 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    10.09 (99th)
     
  • Mayfield tanks in blowout loss to Tennessee
    Baker Mayfield completed 25-of-38 passes for 285 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions Sunday in the Browns’ Week 1 loss to the Titans.

    Advice: He absorbed five sacks for a loss of 41 yards in the losing effort. Sunday was a day of peaks and valleys for the former Heisman winner, who looked maestro-like on the Browns’ opening drive (4-for-5, 64 yards) and also mixed in a stretch of 11 straight completions at one point, but also took a safety while committing a trio of fourth-quarter interceptions. The third—a misfire intended for Jarvis Landry—went for a 38-yard pick-six, the second of Malcolm Butler’s six-year career. In his defense, Mayfield was repeatedly hung out to dry by the Browns’ inept offensive line (Cleveland was down to its third-string left tackle following Greg Robinson’s ejection and a knee injury to backup Kendall Lamm). The former No. 1 pick appeared shaken up after Cameron Wake pummeled him on a second-quarter safety, though he still played every snap. Mayfield will look to be more consistent when the Browns travel to East Rutherford to face the Jets on Monday Night Football next week. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 1:43 pm
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    20.46 (12th)
     
  • Robby Anderson good to go versus Buffalo
    Robby Anderson (calf) is active for Week 1 against the Bills.

    Advice: So is Trumaine Johnson, who had been questionable with a hamstring injury. Anderson figures to spend his afternoon draped by Bills top corner Tre'Davious White. OT Chuma Edoga, DT Folorunso Fatukasi, DE John Franklin-Myers, S Bennett Jackson, DE Kyle Phillips, RB Bilal Powell and DT Nathan Shepherd round out New York's Week 1 inactives. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 8:51 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    8.98 (118th)
     
  • LeSean McCoy officially active for KC debut
    Chiefs RB LeSean McCoy is active for Week 1 against the Jaguars.

    Advice: #AsExpected. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported McCoy is in line for 15-20 snaps. A decent amount of those should produce touches, though McCoy is a low-ceiling RB4 for his Chiefs debut. Inactive for the Chiefs are LB Reggie Ragland, TE Deon Yelder, C Nick Allegretti, OT Martinas Rankin, OL Ryan Hunter, DL Khalen Saunders and S Jordan Lucas. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 8:31 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • LeSean McCoy to see 15-20 snaps vs. Jags
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports LeSean McCoy is expected to see 15-20 snaps in his Chiefs debut Sunday against Jacksonville.

    Advice: While McCoy won't be getting the biggest piece of Kansas City's backfield pie, the Chiefs liked what they saw from him at practice this week. Per Rapsheet, Shady has looked "incredibly fast" in his brief time with Kansas City and is obviously familiar with the offense after playing under Andy Reid in Philadelphia. McCoy underwhelmed with Buffalo last year but could benefit from a change of scenery. His presence is a downgrade for both Damien Williams and electric rookie Darwin Thompson. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 6:42 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    11.11 (90th)
     
  • Pats still mulling Demaryius' status for SNF
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Patriots have yet to rule out Demaryius Thomas (questionable, hamstring) for Week 1 against the Steelers.

    Advice: All signs point to Thomas being a game-time decision for Sunday Night Football. The ex-Bronco got in a limited week of practice, though it may not be enough as Rapsheet expects the Pats to be "cautious not to aggravate his hamstring further." No better than third on the team's depth chart (and fourth when Antonio Brown arrives next week), Thomas doesn't merit much fantasy consideration. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 5:44 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    6.26 (211th)
     
  • Robby Anderson (calf) cleared to play Sunday
    Robby Anderson (questionable, calf) is expected to play in Week 1 against the Bills.

    Advice: Jets coach Adam Gase was insistent Anderson would play throughout the week and it sounds as if New York's No. 1 wideout is ready to roll despite being limited in every practice. He's a fringe WR3 in Week 1 against Bills shutdown corner Tre'Davious White. Rotoworld.com Sep 8, 3:39 am
    Week 3 Projected Points & Rank
    8.98 (118th)
     
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